Lady Maisry : for soprano and piano
by Jennifer Fowler (1989, this version: 2016)
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The original setting of this text was one of four compositions which capture significant aspects of a woman's life, the kind of aspects which have always occurred and always will: hence the overall title, which was: And Ever Shall Be. In this verse, Lady Maisry is dying, possibly in childbirth.
Year: 1989, this version: 2016
Instrumentation: Soprano, piano.
Duration: 11 min.
This is a re-written version for soprano and piano, of part of a work previously titled: "And Ever Shall Be".
The words are English traditional, from The Oxford Book of English traditional verse.
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