The Lotos-Eaters

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Year of composition
Alfred Tennyson
Difficult (Grades 7+)
5 minutes
Modern classical music
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The text here is from a longer poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892). The "Lotos" refers to a plant whose soporific effect robs the mariners of motivation. The sketch for this composition was written in the 1950s, revised in 1999 and an (optional) alto recorder part added. The premier performance took place on June 3 1999 by the Sonoma Valley Chorale in Sonoma, California. Recordist Dale Jewell played the recorder part, with the chorus under the direction of Sheila Fulfer.

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