If I Should Die: The War Sonnets of Rupert Brooke
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Label: Angel Air
Cat No: SJPCD467
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 9th March 2015
WorksMay Day Song for North Oxford
The Dead II
The Dead I
ArtistsKings College Choir
Eton College Chapel Choir
Rupert Brooke embodied a generation lost between 1914 and 1918. Winston Churchill declared "we shall never see his like again". Brooke articulated the voice of a country torn apart by war.
Mike Read, founder of the Rupert Brooke Society, has written music to Brooke's own poignant verse on the 100th anniversary of Brooke's death just before the Gallipoli landings. In addition, Mike has updated his book "Forever England" which is published by Biteback to coincide with this CD release.
100% of the profits from this release are being donated to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
1. Peace – Kings College Choir
2. Safety – Kings College Choir
3. The Dead I – Kings College Choir
4. The Dead II – Kings College Choir
5. The Soldier – Kings College Choir
6. Peace – Eton College Chapel Choir
7. Safety – Eton College Chapel Choir
8. The Dead I – Eton College Chapel Choir
9. The Soldier – Eton College Chapel Choir
10. May Day Song for North Oxford - Eton College Chapel Choir
11. Sunday Morning – The Rodolfus Choir
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