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The music was originally written in 1969, for my mother who sang the soprano line, together with her friend, Thea Tagget, contralto, who were both principals with the Plymouth Gilbert & Sullivan Fellowship. The poem initially set was by a leading English poet, but I have had occasion to substitute my own text, which isn’t nearly as good, but to which I do have the copyright. In fact it was an interesting exercise to add text to a given melody, rather than the other way round, which is the usual order of things.
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