Healey Willan Song Albums, No. 1

Healey Willan Song Albums, No. 1

HWC 736
1921

Overview: Songs
Authorship: Healey Willan
Composition Date: Composed for J. Campbell-McInnes no later than 1921.
Scored For: Voice and Piano
Duration: N/A
Number of Pages: 5
Notes About Music:
1. Drake’s Drum “Drake’s drum is beating along the coasts of Devon”
Words by Norah M. Holland
Composed 1919
2. Sea-Song
“I will go down to my sea again”
Words by Norah M. Holland
3. Sonnet
“When our two souls stand up erect and strong”
Words by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
4. “Since Thou, O Fondest and Truest”
Words by Robert Bridges
5. Sonnet – To Sleep
“O soft embalmer of the still midnight”
Words by John Keats
Composed for J. Campbell-McInnes no later than 1921.
6. To Ireland’s Dead
“Ah, golden youths! who leave for evermore”
Words by Norah M. Holland
Holograph: NL of C. Drake’s Drum, 5 p.
Publication: London, Oakville, F. Harris, ©1925, 29 p. Reprinted (1979) in one volume with HWC 737. Published separately: 1. in e minor and f sharp minor, each 7 p.; 4. in B flat major, D flat major and F major, each 5.; 4. reissued by Boston Music Co., ©1929 in D flat major and F major, each 5 p.
Recordings: 5: Non-commercial recording (CBC SM 144).
Video: N/A
Score Available: N/A

 

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  • Scored For: Voice and Piano

 

 

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