Rest At Eventide

Music by H. Baynton Power
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Another song from my collection of very old and forgotten sheet music. I just thought a modern edition would be a nice thing to do. Lovers of Ketelby will know where this is coming from and it has a post World War 1 poignancy you can read between the lines. Definitely of the period! I wish I knew more about the composer and lyricist. I can find their names but little else. Harold Simpson worked with Eric Coates among others and H. Baynton Power has two film music scores to his credit on Imdb database but I really know very little more.

Score ID
Music by H. Baynton Power
Harold Simpson
Difficult (Grades 7+)
2 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Modern classical music

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