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Gerald Finzi
7 Poems Of Robert Bridges

Song NameComposer

I Praise the Tender FlowerGerald Finzi

I Have Loved Flowers that FadeGerald Finzi

My Spirit Sang All DayGerald Finzi

Clear and Gentle StreamGerald Finzi

NightingalesGerald Finzi

Hast on, my joys!Gerald Finzi

Wherefore to-night so full of careGerald Finzi

A wide-ranging quintessentially English setting of lyrical poetry by Robert Bridges, resulting in some of the finest unaccompanied part songs of the period. There is a great deal of variety in the set from the simple and direct setting of I praise the tender flower, through the elated emotions of My spirit sang all day, to the sultry summer by the river in Clear and gentle stream and the weighty emotions expressed in the last song Wherefore tonight so full of care. Performed complete, lasting nearly 20 minutes, the Seven Part Songs provide a most attractive item in a concert programme, suitable for coupling with madrigals and part songs ancient and modern

Item code: 7438B | Songbook | $22.95 add item to cart
Choral | A Cappella | SATB | 47 Pages | Softcover | 7 x 10 | England
073999199765 | 48011654

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