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Cantata for for soprano, tenor, female chorus and small instrumental ensemble to the anonymous texts of English poetry XV-XVI centuries (1952),  (Stravinsky)

Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971)

Cantata for for soprano, tenor, female chorus and small instrumental ensemble to the anonymous texts of English poetry XV-XVI centuries (1952)

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1. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus I. Prelude: This ae nighte
2. Ricercar I. The maidens came
3. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus II. First interlude: If ever thou gav`st hos`n and shoon
4. Ricercar II....Read more
1. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus I. Prelude: This ae nighte
2. Ricercar I. The maidens came
3. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus II. First interlude: If ever thou gav`st hos`n and shoon
4. Ricercar II. Sacred History: To-morrow shall be my dancing day
5. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus III. Second interlude: From Whinnymuir when thou may`st pass
6. Westron Wind
7. A lyke-wake dirge. Versus IV. Postlude: If ever thou gav`st meat or drink

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