Ffeil / File 2/2 - Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (seven parts)

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Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (seven parts)


  • 1956-1961 (Creation)

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Ink score with pencil annotations, dated 1956-1961 and titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. The score is in seven parts: Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated 16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961.

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See also: NLW, David Harries Music Manuscripts, 2/1, 2/3 and 7/3.

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  • Text: David Harries Music Manuscripts 2/2