= Naxos Music Library
Columbia Quartet. The Owl and the Pussy-Cat. 78rpm. Columbia A-0398 (751), 1902.
McDonnell, Craig. The Owl and the Pussycat and Other Nonsense Songs. Music by Helen E. Myers. 3-78rpm set. Bluebird Records BC-49, 1941 c.
Mack, Gilbert. Edward Lear Nonsense Alphabet. 78rpm. Mercury Miniature Playhouse 32-98, 1948 c.
Hayes, Elton. The Table and the Chair & the Jumblies. 78rpm. Parlophone R 3329, 1950.
Hayes, Elton. The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker and the Tongs & the Quangle Wangle’s Hat. 78rpm. Parlophone R 3602, 1952.
Hayes, Elton. For the Children. EP. Parlophone GEP 8551, 1955.
[Collects the previously released 78-rpm records].
Nonsense Verse of Carroll and Lear. Read by Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway. Cadmon Literary Series, LP, TC 1078, 1957.
The Nonsense Songs of Edward Lear. Read by David Davis. Delysé, 45RPM, DEL 158, 1966.
[The Daddy Long-Legs & the Fly, The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker & the Tongs, The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bò].
The Owl and the Pussycat. The Jolly Nonsense of Edward Lear in Story, Song & Poetry. Sunset Records (Talespinners for Children), LP, Stereo UAC11078.
Edward Lear’s Nonsense Stories and Poems. Read by Claire Bloom. Caedmon Children’s Classics, LP, TCp 1279, 1970.
[Includes a booklet with the illustrated texts: The History of the Seven Families of the Lake Pipple-Popple, Incidents in the Life of My Uncle Arly, The Story of the Four Little Children Who Went Round the World, The Quangle Wangle’s Hat].
People Past and Present: Edward Lear. Devised and presented by Charles Lewsen. Recorded live at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Argo, LP, ZPL 1163, 1971.
Kelen, Emery, and (narrator) Genevieve Goff. Mr. Nonsense; a Life of Edward Lear. Cassette recording. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1973.
Uttered Nonsense (The Owl and the Pussycat). Words: Edward Lear, Music: John Sangster, Spoken: Ivan Smith. Rainforest Records (Australia), 2LP, RF LP001, 1980.
[The music is instrumental Nonsense (?) jazz, all tracks with titles taken from Lear; a number of poems are recited by I. Smith].
Anderson, Laurie. Bright Red – Tightrope. Audio CD. Warner Bros. Records 9 45534-2, 1994.
[Tightrope, the second part of the album, includes Beautiful Pea Green Boat, a version of Lear’s The Owl and the Pussy-Cat].
The Owl and the Pussycat. Written and performed by Eric Idle, based on the poems, drawings, and writings of Edward Lear. Music and Lyrics Composed by Eric Idle and John Duprez. Audio CD. Dove Music, 2 CDs, 1997.
Lyrics and Limericks. Philip Lawson (soloist) and Howard Moody (piano). VIF Records, 1997.
[Includes: The Hardy Norse-Woman, The Compleat Virtuoso, The Absent Barber, The Cow And The Coward, Barkerolle, Dithyramb, The Generous Parishioner, Limmerich Ohne Worte, Boat Song, Nileinsamkeit, The Aquiline Snub, Tone Poem, Gongdichtung, A Visit Of Elizabeth by Edward Lear and Karel Drofnatski.]
Radunsky, Vladimir. An Edward Lear Alphabet. Audio CD. Self produced, 1998.
On This Island. Lynne Dawson (soprano) and Malcolm Martineau (piano). Audio CD. Hyperion CDA 67227, 2001.
[Includes: The aquiline snub, Op 375 (There was an old man with a nose), The compleat virtuoso, Op 366 (There was an old man of the isles), The hardy Norse-woman, Op 365 (There was a young lady from Norway) by Karel Drofnatski (1852-1924), as well as Limmerich ohne Worte, Op 372 by Karel Drofnatski & Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924). Drofnatski and Stanford are actually the same person.]
Hatchard, Mike, and Andra Sparks. The Owl, the Pussy-Cat and All That Jazz. Audio CD. Self produced, 2002.
Williams, Kenneth. Parlour Poetry. Saydisc CD-SDL 294, 2005.
[Includes: The Pobble Who Has No Toes, The Dong With The Luminous Nose. See web page].
Lee, Stewart. Pea Green Boat. 2004. Radio programme. Inner Voices 3. Produced by Liz Webb. BBC Radio 4, 28 December 2005 and 4 January 2006, 11 January 2006.
KC, Beeg Srahka and. “Calico Pie”. 2006. Four mixes (including an instrumental one) based on Edward Lear’s poem. SoundClick.com. 30 December 2006.
Kósa, György. Boldog bolondsagok (Happy Nonsense) (1979). In In Praise of Creation / Mocking / A Refutation of Transitoriness / Afterlife / Happy Nonsense. Hungaroton HCD32486. 2007. [Korondi, Anna – soprano; Kósa, Gábor – percussion.]
No. 1. Az asztal es a szek (The Table and the Chair); No. 2. Udvarol a Jongi-Bongi-Bo (The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo); No. 3. A dzsomblik (The Jumblies).
Seiber, Mátyás. “Nonsense Songs: 1. There was an Old Lady of France, 2. There was an Old Person of Cromer, 3. There was an Old Man in a Tree.” Mátyás Seiber – A Cappella: Yugoslav, Hungarian & Nonsense Songs & Other Chroral Music. Choir of the 21st Century, conducted by Howard Williams. SOMMCD 0105, 2012.
Seiber, Mátyás. “The Owl and the Pussycat for Soprano, Violin and Guitar.” More Nonsense: Clarinet Chamber Music and Nonsense Songs. Kilian Herold, clarinet; Sarah Maria Su, Soprano & Ensemble. CAvi-music B071NHFCXC, 2017.