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Songs of the Fleet for Baritone Solo and Chorus

by Charles Villiers Stanford

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Stainer & Bell. the poems by Henry Newbolt. Op. 117. This score has an inscription saying 'many thanks for the use of this otherwise I'd have had to sing Hiawatha!Gordon Clinton'The English baritone, Gordon Clinton was from 1930 to 1937 organist at the Swanley Congregational Church in London and then in 1946 Vicar-Choral at the St. Paul's Cathedral. As a singer Gordon Clinton appeared particularly at the English Music Festivals, thus with the Three Choirs Festival, at the Bach, Delius and Elgar Festival in London. He continued to sing in concerts until he was 70. He sang in 1949 in London in 'Sea Drift' by Delius at the birthday of Sir Thomas Beecham. The cover has some marks but internally nice and clean. [two further [unsigned] copies available. Please enquire for price]
  • Bookseller: Music by the Score GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 36399
  • Title: Songs of the Fleet for Baritone Solo and Chorus
  • Author: Charles Villiers Stanford
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Stainer & Bell
  • Keywords: music score, gordon clinton, signed score,
  • Bookseller catalogs: Vocal Scores;
  • Subjects: MUSIC / Genres & Styles / General;

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