Amy Woodforde-Finden. Four Indian Love Lyrics from "The Garden of Kama" by L. Hope. London: Weekes and Co., 1902. London and New York: Boosey and Co., 1903.
The songs were "Kashmiri Song," "Less than the Dust," "The Temple Bells" and "Till I Wake."
The sheet music and an online recording of "Kashmiri Song" are at American Memory (search for "Kashmiri Song").
Woodforde-Finden followed up her earlier Laurence Hope success with Stars of the Desert: Four more Indian Love Lyrics by Laurence Hope, published in London and New York by: Boosey and Co., in 1911.
British composer Amy Woodforde-Finden was born Amy Ward in Valparaiso, Chile in 1860. In 1894 she married Woodforde-Finden, an officer in the Indian army. The success of her Four Indian Love Lyrics, published privately in 1902, gained her a regular publisher and a faithful public. She followed these songs with exotic songs: A Lover in Damascus (Charles Hanson Towne; 1904), On Jhelum River (Frederick John Fraser; 1905), The Pagoda of Flowers (Fraser; 1907), returning to her original inspiration with Stars of the Desert: Four more Indian Love Lyrics by Laurence Hope in 1911. She died in London on 13 March 1919 and is buried in Hampsthwaite, near Harrogate.