|St John's Library/Rootham/1 contains:|
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||'The meadows in spring'
||'Morning glory' (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1921)
||'Night of spring "slow, horses, slow": two-part song, the words by Thomas Westwood, music by Cyril Bradley Rootham'
||'None other lamb'
||'O Lord in me'
||'O may I join the choir invisible: words by George Eliot set to music for soprano solo and chorus of women's voices and organ or pianoforte by Cyril Bradley Rootham' (London: Stainer & Bell, 1910)
||'Ode - how sleep the brave' (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.)
||'Ode on the morning of Christ's nativity'
||'Oh 'tis like a tale of olden time long long ago'
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Papers of Cyril Bradley Rootham
||'Love and laughter: four-part song' (London: Boosey & Co., 1899)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Words by Arthur Grey Butler, music by Rootham. Dedicated 'To Edward A. Harvey, Esq., President, and the Gentlemen of the Bristol Madrigal Society'. The Choralist no. 338.
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