Bold William Taylor : mixed choir with chamber ensemble
by Percy Grainger (1908)
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Library shelf no. CD 28 [Available for loan]
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Seven Lincolnshire folk songs / from the manuscript collection of Percy Grainger ; edited by Patrick O'Shaughnessy ; arranged for two-part choir, piano and percussion (2 players) by Phyllis Tate.
Library shelf no. 782.5542/GRA 2 [Not for loan]
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Grainger's settings of this tune are based on several versions he phonographed from the singing of George Gouldthorpe and Joseph Taylor at Brigg in 1906. The subject matter is one that crops up in numerous folk songs.
— Penelope Thwaites
Instrumentation: Two-part mixed choir, percussion, piano.
- Influenced by: English folk music
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