Morning Hymn, Op. 46, No 4

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Full name of work:Morning Hymn, Op. 46, No 4
Composer:Henschel, George (1850-1934), German/English
Lyricist:Robert Reinick
First line:Soon night will pass; Thro' field and grass
Music category:Sacred Choral
Instruments:SATB & Piano
Name of file creator:Mill, Carl B
e-mail address:TheAppraisalMill "at" aol "dot" com
Running time:00:01:21
Comments:George Henschel (Isidor Georg Henschel) (1850 - 1934), English musician (naturalized 1890), of German family, was born at Breslau, and educated as a pianist, making his first public appearance in Berlin in 1862. He was also prominent as a conductor, starting the London symphony concerts in 1886, and both in England and America (where he was the first conductor of the Boston symphony concerts, 1881) he took a leading part in advancing his art. He composed a number of instrumental works, a fine Stabat Mater (Birmingham festival, 1894), etc., and an opera, Nubia (Dresden, 1899).
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