- "When maiden loves, she sits and sighs" (Phœbe)
1a. "When jealous torments rack my soul" (Wilfred) – see "Cut music"
- "Tower warders, under orders" (Crowd and Yeomen, solo Second Yeoman)
- "When our gallant Norman foes" (Dame Carruthers and Yeomen)
3a. "A laughing boy but yesterday" (Meryll); – see "Cut music"
- "Alas! I waver to and fro" (Phœbe, Leonard and Meryll)
- "Is life a boon?" (Fairfax)
- "Here's a man of jollity" (Chorus)
- "I have a song to sing, O!" (or, "The Merryman and his Maid") (Point, Elsie, and chorus)
- "How say you, maiden, will you wed?" (Lieutenant, Elsie, Point)
- "I've jibe and joke" (Point)
- "'Tis done! I am a bride!" (Elsie)
- "Were I thy bride" (Phœbe)
- Finale Act I (Ensemble)
"Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true?"
"To thy fraternal care, thy sister I commend"
"The pris'ner comes to meet his doom"
"M'lord, m'lord.... As escort for the prisoner"
"All frenzied, frenzied with despair they rave"
- "Night has spread her pall once more" (People, Dame Carruthers, Yeomen)
- "Oh! a private buffoon is a light-hearted loon" (Point)
- "Hereupon we're both agreed" (Point and Wilfred)
- "Free from his fetters grim" (Fairfax)
- "Strange adventure" (Kate, Dame Carruthers, Fairfax, Meryll)
- "Hark! What was that, sir?" ... "Like a ghost his vigil keeping" (Meryll, Fairfax, Lieutenant, Wilfred, Point, Ensemble)
- "A man who would woo a fair maid" (Fairfax, Elsie, Phœbe)
- "When a wooer goes a-wooing" (Elsie, Fairfax, Phœbe, Point)
- "Rapture, rapture" (Dame Carruthers, Sergeant Meryll)
- Finale Act II (Ensemble)
"Comes the pretty young bride"
"Oh, day of terror!"
"Leonard, my loved one, come to me"
"I have a song to sing, O!"
A song with an asterisk (*) before the title indicates a dance number; a character listed in a song with an asterisk (*) by the character's name indicates that the character exclusively serves as a dancer in this song, which is sung by other characters.