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Three Songs Op. 67 No.1

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Men's Choir
COMPOSER: Lennox Berkeley
PUBLISHER: Chester Music
PRODUCT TYPE: Choral Score
These songs were written in 1965 to a commission from the University of California in Santa Barbara, a rare accolade for a British composer. Berkeley has always been particularly sensitive in his choice of texts and in this setheselects two poems by one of his favourite poets, Herrick, the well-know
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Instrument Group Men's Choir
Composer Lennox Berkeley
Publisher Chester Music
Instrumentation Men's Voices
Product Type Choral Score
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2002
EAN 5020679209813
Style Period Post 1901
No. Pages 14
No. MUSCH05710
Description
These songs were written in 1965 to a commission from the University of California in Santa Barbara, a rare accolade for a British composer. Berkeley has always been particularly sensitive in his choice of texts and in this setheselects two poems by one of his favourite poets, Herrick, the well-know Fair Daffodils and the equally charming but less familiar Kissing Usurie. The middle song sets Robert Bridges’ Spring Goeth All In White. Althoughthecomposer has always felt attracted by vocal and choral writing, these Three Songs are in fact one of the very few of his works for this particular combination of voices
Songlist
  • 1. Fair Daffodils (Herrick)
  • 2. Kissing Usurie (Herrick)
  • 3. Spring Goeth All In White
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