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The Miller of Dee: Medium voice

Medium Voice, Piano

From Volume 3 of Britten's folksong arrangements, which was dedicated to the soprano Joan Cross. It was composed sometime before 11 March 1946, which is believed to be the date of the song's first performance by Britten and Pears (part of a concert at the National Gallery, London). It has been published in 2 versions: high voice and piano, and medium voice and piano.

Text Author
From Hullah's song-book
Year of Composition
pre 11 Mar 1946
Length
2 minutes
Language
English
Vocal Range
Publisher
Boosey and Hawkes
Type
Folk
Voice Type
Medium Voice
Instrument
Piano
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