This piece originally appeared as part of the third movement of The Great War Symphony written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. The well-known words by Wilfred Owen are sung against an instrumental elegy. For this reason, the accompaniment should make perfect sense in itself with the frequently syncopated, broken choral parts suggesting a sense of grief - even of weeping. Scored for SATB choir and orchestra or piano. Duration: circa 4 minutes
Patrick Hawes - Hawes Music Ltd.
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