Ampney quartet fifty poems. by Hugh O"Connell

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A Cotswold Romance, Cantata for tenor, soprano, baritone, chorus and orchestra, adapted from Hugh the Drover by M. Jackson (); Sir John in Love (–28).

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His father was a : 12 OctoberDown Ampney. A song for a hurting world. A prayer. "Come down, O love divine, seek thou this soul of mine, and visit it with thine own ardor glowing; O Comforter, draw. Browse and buy sheet music by the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams ().

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E. Housman's poems, On Wenlock Edge, for tenor and string quartet () is frequently performed, as is his Mass in G Minor for double a cappella chorus (). His operas include Hugh the Drover (), which incorporates folk songs, and Sir John in Love (), based on Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor.

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