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Bold William Taylor : mixed choir with chamber ensemble

by Percy Grainger (1908)

Audio Sample

Performance by Stephen Varcoe, Penelope Thwaites from the CD Songs for baritone.

This sample is of the Baritone with piano version of this work

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Songs for baritone.


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Songs for baritone.

Version: This product features the Baritone with piano version of this work

Library shelf no. CD 375 [Available for loan]

Seven Lincolnshire folk songs

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Work Overview

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

Work Details

Year: 1908

Instrumentation: Two-part mixed choir, percussion, piano.


Performances of this work

3 Aug 2018: at Stuart Skelton with Richard Peirson (Melbourne Recital Centre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall). Featuring Stuart Skelton, Richard Peirson.

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