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This volume contains the complete sheet music for "Corydon, Arise!", one of Charles V. Stanford's Elizabethan pastorals and originally part of his "6 Elizabethan Pastorales, Op. 49". The pastoral is a style that paints a conventionalised picture of rural life, often used as a contrast to the artificiality of city and court life. Set to music for soprano, alto, tenor and ba This volume contains the complete sheet music for "Corydon, Arise!", one of Charles V. Stanford's Elizabethan pastorals and originally part of his "6 Elizabethan Pastorales, Op. 49". The pastoral is a style that paints a conventionalised picture of rural life, often used as a contrast to the artificiality of city and court life. Set to music for soprano, alto, tenor and bass, this piece will appeal to lovers of classical music and fans of Stanford's beautiful work. Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 - 1924) was an Irish composer, conductor, and teacher of music. He was educated at the University of Cambridge and continued his studies in Berlin and Leipzig. He was a very influential composer, responsible for making Cambridge University Musical Society an internationally-acclaimed organisation. Stanford was also a profuse composer, producing a large corpus of work in many genres; however, he is perhaps best remembered for his Anglican choral works for church performance. His music eventually became overshadowed by that of Edward Elgar and a number of his former pupils in the in the 20th century. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of musical notation.


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This volume contains the complete sheet music for "Corydon, Arise!", one of Charles V. Stanford's Elizabethan pastorals and originally part of his "6 Elizabethan Pastorales, Op. 49". The pastoral is a style that paints a conventionalised picture of rural life, often used as a contrast to the artificiality of city and court life. Set to music for soprano, alto, tenor and ba This volume contains the complete sheet music for "Corydon, Arise!", one of Charles V. Stanford's Elizabethan pastorals and originally part of his "6 Elizabethan Pastorales, Op. 49". The pastoral is a style that paints a conventionalised picture of rural life, often used as a contrast to the artificiality of city and court life. Set to music for soprano, alto, tenor and bass, this piece will appeal to lovers of classical music and fans of Stanford's beautiful work. Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 - 1924) was an Irish composer, conductor, and teacher of music. He was educated at the University of Cambridge and continued his studies in Berlin and Leipzig. He was a very influential composer, responsible for making Cambridge University Musical Society an internationally-acclaimed organisation. Stanford was also a profuse composer, producing a large corpus of work in many genres; however, he is perhaps best remembered for his Anglican choral works for church performance. His music eventually became overshadowed by that of Edward Elgar and a number of his former pupils in the in the 20th century. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of musical notation.

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