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: THREE COUNTRIES AND THREE COMPOSERS

England—Scotland—Ireland
9.50 ERIC GREENE (Tenor)
Selected Songs
10.0 THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Unaccompanied Part Songs: On a hill there gross a flower
The Shepherd Doron's Jig
10.15 ERIC GREENE Selected Songs
HAYNES, a Worcester man bom in 1839, began his musical life, like so many other composers, as an organist. At Leipzig he was a brilliant student. During the last ten years or so of his life (he died at forty) his professional appointments at home included those of organist of the Chapel Royal, Savoy, and Professor of Harmony and Composition at the Royal Academy of Music.
He composed a Symphony, a Concert
Overture, the Idyll we are shortly to hear, some chamber music, songs, and church pieces, and two female voice Cantatas.
10.50 'LORD ULLIN'S DAUGHTER'
A Ballad for Chorus and Orchestra by HAMISH MACCUNN
Poetry by THOMAS CAMPBELL

Contributors

Unknown: Shepherd Doron
Unknown: Hamish MacCunn
Unknown: Thomas Campbell








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