For the first time, the lovely songs of British composer Gerald Finzi (1901-1956) are collected together in one volume, in two keys.
This new collection includes some first time transpositions as well.
Contents - I SAID TO LOVE: I need no go - At Middle-Field Gate in February - Two Lips - In five-score summers! - For Life I had never cared greatly - I said to Love
LET US GARLANDS BRING: Come away, come away, death - Who is Sylvia? - Fear no more the heat o the sun - O Mistress Mine - It was a lover and his lass
LOVES LABOURS LOST: Songs for Hiems and Ver - Songs for Moth: Riddle Song - False Concolinel
OH FAIR TO SEE: I say, Ill seek her - Oh fair to see - As I lay in the early sun - Only the wanderer - To Joy - Harvest - Since we loved
TILL EARTH OUTWEARS: Let me enjoy the earth - In years defaced - The Market-Girl - I look into my glass - It never looks like summer - At a Lunar Eclipse - Life Laughs Onward
TO A POET: To a Poet a Thousand Years Hence - On parent knees - Intrada - The Birthnight - June on Castle Hill - Ode on the rejection of St. Cecelia
A YOUNG MANS EXHORTATION: PART I: A Young Mans Exhortation - Ditty - Budmouth Dears - Her Temple - The Comet at Yellham PART II: Shortening Days - The Sigh - Former Beauties - Transformations - The Dance Continued