William Lisle Bowles

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Life

Born: 24 September 1762

Died: 7 April 1850

Biography

William Lisle Bowles was an English poet, literary critic, and clergyman: he was a patron of the composer Thomas Shoel, and composed several songs.

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List of choral works

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Musical settings of literary works

Publications

  • Come to these scenes of peace. A glee for three voices. London, 1802.
  • Adieu thou darling of my heart; Duett, composed by W L Bowles. London, [1808]
  • Go beautiful and gentle dove; a song, from an Oratorio called the Ark, written and composed by W L Bowles, the symphonies, etc, by H R Bishop. London, [1822]

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