1943

The splendour falls (The splendour falls on castle walls)
31 December 1943
Words by Alfred Lord Tennyson
B–P Library, Box 6: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 4 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1944 [BL: G1177a12], C minor [a@–e’’], Thames 10 Songs
Dedicated to Keith Falkner
See Part Songs, unaccompanied p. 29 ‘Blow, bugle, blow’

 

Psalm 90, Op 104(1) (Lord, thou hast been our refuge)
30 March 1943
Motet for unaccompanied SATB chorus with optional bass solo,
B-P Library, Box 5: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 11 pages and title page
Duration: about 6’.
Boosey & Co 1943 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 21] [BL: F1147] with tonic sol–fa
Dedicated to Leslie Woodgate

Church Music 

Psalm 23, Op 104(2) (The Lord is my shepherd)
2 April 1943
Motet for unaccompanied SATB chorus
B-P Library, Box 5: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, 6 pages and title page
Duration: about 3’30’’
Boosey & Co 1943 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 22] [BL: F1147] with tonic sol–fa
Dedicated to Leslie Woodgate

Psalm 42, Op 104(3) (Like as the hart desireth the waterbrooks)
12 April 1943
Motet for unaccompanied SATB chorus
B-P Library, Box 5: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 10 pages and title page,
Boosey & Co 1943 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 23] [BL: F 1147] with tonic sol–fa
Dedicated to Leslie Woodgate

 

Oxen cribbed in barn and byre (Oxen cribbed in barn and byre)
1943
Words by C. Armstrong Gibbs
a. SATB chorus unaccompanied
b. Unison with piano
B–P Library, Box 5: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, each version 1 page
Boosey & Co 1944 [BL: F260d1]

Written for Burnside Choir and dedicated to A. H. Willink

 

Masonic Epilogue, Douglas Howie, arranged  C. A. G.
*1943
Boosey & Co 1943 [BL: F1176n37]
See Part Songs – with piano – arrangements p. 39

 

Symphony No. 3 In B@ (Westmorland), Op 104
1943–44
for full orchestra: 2 flutes (piccolo), 2 oboes, cor anglais, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets,
2 trombones, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, triangle, cymbals, harp, strings

  • ‘I will lift up mine eyes’
  • Cartmel Fell
  • Weathers
  • The Lake

Duration: 33’
B-P Library, Box 8: MS, full score, ink, 129 pages and title page, ‘finished 4 November 1944’
Assigned to Boosey & Hawkes for Hire
First performance 23 August 1945 – BBC in Manchester