Thomas R. G. Jozé

Thomas Richard Gonzalvez Jozé (1853-1924) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He was a chorister at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin and became deputy organist. He graduated from the University of Dublin and held organist positions at St. Paul’s Church, Glengarry, and Christ Church, Leeson Park, Dublin. He became professor of organ and harmony at the Irish National Academy of Music and the University of Dublin and was music examiner for a number of institutions. He composed piano music, cantatas, hymns, and part songs.

 

All are SATB and unaccompanied unless noted in VOICING column. A noting of “div” indicates some incidental divisi within a part or parts, but not a true independent part throughout the entire work. Solos and accompaniment are also noted.

 

TITLE

VOICING

TEXT

MIDI

A lament (Irish Air)

Thomas Moore

MIDI

After the battle (Irish Air: “Thy Fair Bosom”)

Thomas Moore

MIDI

Arranmore boat song

Alfred Percival Graves

MIDI

Battle song (The defense of Dublin)

George Sigerson

MIDI

Far away (A Londonderry Air)

George Sigerson

MIDI

Fly not yet (Irish Air: “Planxty Kelly”)

Thomas Moore

MIDI

O’sullivan Mòr

George Sigerson

MIDI

The capture of Cramona (Irish Air: “The Monks of the screw”)

George Sigerson

MIDI

The harvest rose

Patrick Joseph McCall

MIDI

The Irish Reel

Alfred Percival Graves

MIDI

’Twas one of those dreams (Irish Air: “Song of the woods”)

Thomas Moore

MIDI

When through Life unblest we rove

Thomas Moore

MIDI