At long last, these "trifles," as my father described them, are ready to share. The descriptions on my Youtube channel provide considerably more information. The links are as follows:
Six Neapolitan Songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHfG_JqJjYI
There English Songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gFVCV2-9WE
I should note that I transcribed one of the Neapolitan Songs -- "Canzone a Maria" -- for piano solo, and two of the English songs -- "Tears" and "A Man-Child's Lullaby" -- for oboe (or flute) and piano. In fact, my father's Op. Posthumous 1 includes yet another song, "Far Away," also for oboe (or flute) and piano. This, however, was never recorded for voice because of problems with the text.