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Ralph Vaughan Williams

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Life

Born: 1872, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire

Died: 1958, London

Biography

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List of choral works

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  1. The dark-eyed sailor
  2. The springtime of the year
  3. Just as the tide was flowing
  4. The lover's ghost
  5. Wassail Song

Hymns

Hymn Tunes


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List of solo vocal works

  • She's like the swallow (access to files removed due to copyright reasons)
  • Five Mystical Songs (1911), for Solo Baritone, Chorus (ad lib) and Orchestra, set to poems by George Herbert
  1. Easter: Rise heart; thy Lord is risen
  2. I got me flowers
  3. Love bade me welcome
  4. The Call: Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life
  5. Antiphon: Let all the world in every corner sing
  • Songs of Travel (1905, 1907, 1912 and 1960), for Solo Baritone, with piano acc., set to poems by Robert Louis Stevenson
  1. The Vagabond
  2. Let beauty awake
  3. The Roadside Fire
  4. Youth and love
  5. In dreams
  6. The_Infinite_shining heavens
  7. Whither Must I Wander?
  8. Bright is the ring of words
  9. I Have Trod the Upward and the Downward Slope - ( ©1960 - not public domain - find out why. )


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Publications

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