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R U T H 



A SACRED CANTATA 






WORDS BY 



EDWARD OXENFORD 



MUSIC BY 



ALFRED R. GAUL 

Mus. Bac, Cantab. 
Op. 34- 



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RUTH. 



CHARACTERS. 



Naomi » ,, Contralio. 

RuTH . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . Soprano. 

Orpah Soprano. 

BoAZ . . Bass, 

Eldeks, HANDaiAiDENS, Eeapers, &e., &c. 



PART I. 

SORROW. 

In iJiB Country of Moah, and on the raad to 
BetJileliem, 



CHOEUS. 

A grievous famine smote the land, 

And chasten'd Judah's children sore ; 
It was the Lord's divine command 

That earth her fruits should yield no more ! 
O praise the Lord I He knoweth best 

When peace and plenty to accord ; 
To Him all things are manifest. 

O praise the Lord ! O praise the Lord ! 

And now to Him it seemeth good 

Again to send His people bread ; 
And where of late gaunt Famine stood 

Sweet Plenty raiseth up her head ! 
O praise the Lord ! He knoweth best 

When peace and plenty to accord ; 
To Him all things are manifest. 

O praise the Lord ! O praise the Lord ! 



EEOITATIVE and AIR.— Naomi. 

Now go your ways, my daughters well-beloved ; 
Eetum ye each mito your mother's house ; 
The Lord deal kindly with ye, as ye both 
Have dealt with those departed, and with me. 



O gracious Lord, cast down Thine eyes 

Upon Thy servant her e, 
And grant me strength thro' life's brief leugth 

My earthly woes to bear. 
It hath seem'd well, Almighty God, 

That I should chasten'd be ; 
But O I Avould not stay the rod, 

For all is known to Thee ! 

If by the way I faint and fall, 

Of burdens sore complain, 
Pesert me not, but strength allot, 

That I may rise again l 
And when my Hfe on earth is o 'er. 

Have mercy. Lord, on me, 
And let me dweil for evermore 

In Paradise with Thee ! 

CHOEAL EECITATIVE. 

They lifted up their voice and wept again, 
For grief and sorrow dwelt within their hearts. 

TEIO. — Naomi, Orpah, and Ruth, 

Naomi. 

Farewell ! the hour has com^e f6T parting ! 

Farewell ! love's link must break at last I 
Heed not the truant teardrops starting ; 

They do but greet the mirror'd past ! 

Orpah, 

'' Farewell ! " the word Is aU unspoken I 
** FareweU P' it cannot yet be said I 

For O our hearts .wiU theu be broken, 
And peace for ever from us fled I 



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Ruth, 

Alas ! and must we from thee sever ? 

Alas I our souls are wrung with pain ! 
O say not it must be for ever, 

But soon our lives will join again ! 



Naomi, 

Alas ! my soul is fiU'd with sorrow, 

Alas ! to part is bitter pain ; 
Yet comfort from this promise borrow, 

In Heaven we shall meet again ! 
Farewell ! 

Ah, no ! 

Farewell ! 

Ah, no ! 
Ye may no more beside me stay ! 
O we will cleave to one another ! 
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SOLO,— Ruth. 

Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return 
from foUowing after thee : for whither thou 
goest, I wiU go; and where thou lodgest, I 
will lodge : thy people shaU be my people, and 
thy God my God. 



CHOEUS. 

Speak ! art thou that Naomi, daughter, 

Who leffc us when famine was here ? 
"When streams were despoil'd of their water, 

And Earth was aU barren and sere ? 
Yea I thou art the one who departed 

With husband and sons in the past ; 
Say, why art thou sorrowful-hearted 

Now home thou art welcom'd at last ? 



KECITATIYE.— i\^aomz. 

Call me not Naomi, 

Eor grief and woe are mine : 
The Lord hath dealt full bitterly, 

It was His will divine ! 
I went out full from Bethlehem, 

All empty come I now, 
Yet to tb© High God's just decree 

My head I humbly bow. 



CHOEUS. 

Weep no more, for we will cheer thee ! 

Weep no more, but dry thine eyes ! 
To our hearts we will endear thee ï 

From thy sorrow, daughter, rise I 



Weep no more, the Lord will aid thee, 

He ne'er faileth in distress ; 
Bygone woes have only made thee 

Fitter for new happiness ! 

Weep no more ! 

O weep no more ! 



PART IL 

JOY. 

In the ha7i>est field, at the ahode of Naomiy 
and at the Gate of Bethlehem, 



CHOEUS OF EEAPEES. 

See ! the golden rays of moming 
Now the meadows are adorning ; 
Earth is from aU gloomy shadows, 

Bom of sombre Night, releas'd ! 
O 'er the crest of distant mountain, 
O 'er the brook and bubbling fountain, 
Gleam anew the waking sunbeams : 

Day appears within the E ast ! 

While the pearly dewdrops glisten 
To the cornfields let us hasten, 
There with songs of praise to lighten 

Hours that are ordain'd for teil ; 
Blithely we wiU do our reaping, 
Still within our mem'ry keeping 
Thoughts of Him who, in His mercy 

Giveth us the fruitful soil ! 

See ! the mom, with pointed finger, 
Biddeth us no longer ünger, 
Warneth 'tis the time for labour 

Golden stems of corn among. 
To the fields then let us basten 
While the pearly dewdrops glisten, 
There the hours of toil to lighten 

With thanksgiving and with song t 

CHOEAL EECITATIYE. 

Naomi had a kinsman of her husband's, a 
mighty man of wealth, whose name was Boaz, 

AIR,—Buth, 

Let me hie unto the field 

Where the reapers reap the corn ; 

Scatter'd ears the ground willyield, 
Fallen since the dewy mom. 



RUTH. 



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Kindly hearts I there may find — 
Hearts that will not this deny, 

While the golden sheaves they bind 
To the sickles* melody. 

'Mid the drooping sheaves to glean 

Let me now, I pray thee, go ; 
Where the reaper's scythe hath been 

E ars of golden corn lie low. 
Homeward then, with yellow spoil^ 

I shall haste at close of day, 
Having gather'd from the soü 

Wealth that others cast away. 



EECITATIVE .—Naomu 



Go, 



my daughter, and may thy gleaning 

prosper ; 
May plenty cross thy footsteps, and thy heart, 
When thoTi returnest home, be fill'd with joy 
That dieth not to-day, but liveth on 
Till thou from earthly scènes art call'd away ! 

AIE. — Boaz, 

Go not from hence, my daughter, 

But glean between the sheaves ; 
The field is mine, and all is thine 

That ev'ry reaper leaves. 
Abide here by my maidens, 

And join their mid- day rest ; 
No tongue shall say thy gleaning nay, 

Or aught thy search molest. 

Go not from hence, my daughter, 

But to my cornfields keep, 
And follow close beside of those 

Whose task it is to reap. 
Thou shalt not be upbraided, 

No voice thy hands shall stay ; 
The field is mine, and all is thine 

That thou canst glean to-day ! 

EECITATIVE and AIR.—Buth. 

Why have I found grace in thine eyes, O 
my lord ? 

Why shouldst thou take knowledge of me, 
eeeing I am a stranger ? 

Past all knowledge 

Is the Idndness 
Thou dost show, my lord, to me ; 

I am lowly, 

And thy favour 
AU unmerited must be ! 

There are many 

More deserving, 
There are many — I am least, — 

Yet thy bounty, 

Gracieus master, 
Bids me join thy maidens' feast I 



Deeds so kindly 

Eill my bosom 
With a wish thy name to land ; 

Yea, for actions 

Good and tender 
Ev'ry heart would fain applaud. 

Hear me offer 

Loud thanksgiving, 
Hear thine handmaid give thee praise ; 

Gracious master, 

Eor thy welfare 
I shall pray throughout my days 1 

EECITATIVE.— j^ofl^. 

know the goodly deeds that thou bast done^ 

O my daughter ! 
And the Lord God of Israël, 
Under whose wings thou art come to trust^ 

Shall give thee fuU reward ! 

CHOEAL EECITATIVE. 

So she glean'd in the field until even, 
And beat out that she had gleaned ; 
Then went she up to the city, 
And her heart was fill'd with joy. 

DUET. — Naomi and Ruth, 

Naomi. 

With joyous heart I greet thee home, 
O daughter, for thine hour is come ! 
No more thy weary lot shall be 
To dweil, and weep, and wail with me ! 

Ruth, 

With joyous heart thy cheek I press, 

mother, full of tenderness ; 
But, tho' we part, I stül shall be 
A daughter evermore to thee. 

Naomi and Ritth, 

Earewell, my | ^^^^"^ } dear, farewell l 

May joy upon thy pathways faU ! 
May peace beside thee ever dweil, 
The gift of God, the Lord of aU. 

Naomi, 

Go, cleave to him who is thy lord : 
His heart, with gracious love is stor'd. 
Go, daughter, go ; thine hour is come 
To leave me for a fairer home. 

Ruth, 

1 go, but in my heart will dweU 
A love that years wiU not dispel ; 
A deeper love there could not be, 
For, mother, 'tis my love of thee. 



IV 



RUTH, 



Naomi and Ruth, 



FareweU, my { J^'" } dear, farewcU 

May joy upon thy patliways f all ! 
May peace beside thee ever dweil, 
The gift of God, the Lord of all. 



CHOEALE.— NIG-HTFALL. 

Look down, O Lord, from realms above, 

Look down, we pray ; 
All dangers of the night remove 

From out onr way ; 
Protect us with Thy watchful love 

As thro' the day. 

We put our hearty trust in Thee, 

And Thee alone ; 
O cease not, then, our guide to be, 

Almighty One ; 
The iils that threaten Thou canst see, 

For all is known. 

Look down, O Lord, from realms on high 

We Thee implore ; 
And guard us while the night is nigh 

From peril sore ; 
And we Thy Name shall glorify 

For evermore, 

INTEPiMEZZO.— DAYBREAK. 

AVEDDING CHOEUS. 

Hark, hark ! the cymbals clash, 

The harps sound up to heavou ; 
And by the tender dulcimer 

Sweet melody is given. 
With trumpet and with shawm 

The air is now resounding, 
And songs of joy without aUoy 

Are through the land abounding. 

The Lord who dwells above 

Hath joined two hearts together. 

And fiU'd them both with lasting lovo 
That ne'er will break its tethcr. 



So sing ye songs of joy. 

And sound ye harps unceasmg ; 
May life for them but prove a gem 

With radiance aye increasing. 



AIR,—Boaz, 

Glory be to Thee, O Lord, 
And praises never ceasing ; 

O may Thy glory, day by day, 
For ever be increasing. 

On Thy servant Thou hast look'd, 
From Thy great throne in heaven, 

And to his most unworthy hand 
A helpmate sweet hath given. 

Grant that from Thy holy ways 
My f eet may wander never, 

But that to Thee my soul may cleave 
For ever and for ever. 



CHOEUS, 

Eejoice, rejoice, rejoice, 
For blessings round us fall ; 
Your voices raise 
In songs of x^raise 
Unto the Lord of all. 

In His kindness never ending, 
In His mercy condescending, 
He hath look'd upon His servant, 

Blessings on his head bestowed. 
Praise ye, then, the Lord of heaven, 
Who to us this joy hath given ; 
Praise the Lord, and let thanksgiving, 

Eise to His divine abode. 

Eejoice, rejoice, rejoice, 
For blessings round us fall ; 

Your voices raise 

In songs of praise 
Unto the Lord of alL 



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A grievous famine 

Now go your ways, my danghters 
O gracious Lord... 

Tliey lifted up tlieir voice and wept . . . 
Farevï^ell ! 

Entreat me not to leave thee 

Art thon that Naomi ? 

Call me not Naomi 
Weep no more ... 

See, the golden rays of morning 

Naomi had a kinsman ... 

Let me hie mito the field 

Go, my daughter 

Go not from hence 

Why have I found graco in tliine eyes ? 

Past all knowledge is the kindness 

I know the goodly deeds that thou hast done 

So she glean'd in the field until even ... 
With joyoTis heart I greet thee home ... 

Nightfall 

Daybreak 

Hark ï hark ! the cymbals clash 

Glory be to Thee, O Lord 

Eejoice, for blessings round us fall 



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ine stood Sweet Plen - ty rais-eth 



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la te gaunt 



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praise the 



Lord I He know - eth 



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head! 



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the 



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head ! 



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I 



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plen 



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to 



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to 



cord ; To 




A. E. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, ' Ruth. 



^ 



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3 



^ 



Him all thiiigs are 



man 



festj- 







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praise 



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the 



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i 



are 



man 



i 



festj— O 



praise 



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the 



^ 



2:2: 



E 



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zi 



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Him all tliin^s 



are 



mun 



fest,— O 



praise 



# 



the 



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Him all things are 



1 2 4. i I f 1 : 



1 4. 



man 
1^ 



fest,- 



praise 



1 4. 



te^ 



t 



i j^j-j i jj 

2 . j — f^ — 



1 



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the 



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ff 



^ 



tiï=Ê 



:<S>- 



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22: 



rrtZ/. 



^ 



Lord, 



i 



O 



praise 



the Lord 



öt 



^ 



Lord, 



^-- 



O 



praise 



iÉ 



the Lord ! 



Lord, 



O 

rail. 



praise 



the 



Lord ! 



m^!^=^ 



m 



Lord, 



^ 



O 



praise 



^ 



the Lord ! 



a tempo. "^ 



J — \ — U-4 



-4^ 



f 



? 



:g: 



f=T 






rail. 



P 



A 



A 



mdö=^ 



!Ö 



Z2: 






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A. R. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, "Kuth-' 



\U 



No. 2. 



(Eecit.— "NOW GO YOUE WAYS, MY DAUGHTEES." 
\ AiE.-" O GEACIOUS LOED," 



ACOOMP. 



ïte 



Naomi. (Contralto.) 



^ 



^ 



■ë — ^ 



5 



-• — ^- 



^ 



--fcir^ 



Nowgo your ways, 
ad lib. 



my daugh-ters well - be - lov'd ; Re - turn ye 



n 



a^a 



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d 



trp- 






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^ 



^==S 



^ 



t=rE: 



eacli un - to your moth - er's house ; the Lord deal kind - ly with ye, 



P^ 



m 



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I 



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^ 



^ 






i 



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rail. 



^m 



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n 



M J 1 



ï 



^ 



As ye both have dealt with those de - part - ed, 



i 



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and with me ! 



^ 



m 



^ vi 



m 



ij^ 



T5»- 



^ 






?"«/?. 



^ 



xt 



z± 



i« 



-f^ 



:i^^^ 



Air.— ^' O GEACIOUS LOED." 



^^ 



fm 



ATidantino affettuoso. 



A ndantin o affettuoso, é — 50. 



4:1. 



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^ir r-- r ^ 



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I 



I 



:p=t 



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rnnu 



f=F 



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Fed, 



Hï Pecf. 



5}! Pee?. 



* 



i 



J^ 



Naomi. 



Ped. 



* PecZ. 



^ J^UU ::: 



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o gra 



cious Lord, cast down Thine 



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m 



f -—rf f f 



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i 



ï 



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J - ^ 1 r-^-^^ ^ 



^nr "r 



:itt 



i 



^4i^ 



P<!(i. 



* Pê(?. * 



A. R. Ganl's Sacred Cantata, " Euth."— (7.) 



i 



fcè 



fciJ 



-Ö- 



üp - on Thy ser 



vant 



here, 



}^ 



^ 



^ 



ï= 



^ 






1 — ^ 



i'(-ti t f 



•tF 






i 



s^^^ 



3 



Erfe 



•f*- 



f 



:s: 



-c^ 




S=fs 



g 



lË: 



:3: 



F-: — ^ 



X And grant 



me strength thro' life's brief length 



my woes, my 



m 



j=^ 



-H- 



5 



S*^ 



-i- 



i 



i 



3 



7'=>Ta 



r-^ 



W 

rail. 



Zit 



^ 



^m 



t 



a tempo. 



zi: 



^=t^ 



earth - ly 



i 



fe^ 



woes 
rail. 



to 



bear. 



r — 



It hath seem'd 



^a 



p 



-Sh 



i>^-^ 



t^Pi 



E 



^^P=^ 



f^ 



r- 



^^^ 



z: 



i 



gg 



-o- 



^ 



p 



5 



S 



Pet^. 



* Ped. 



* Pec^. 




A. R. Gaul's »Sacred Cantata. " Kutli." 



i^ih-ri' J' J- U ^^^ 



1 



^ 



For all is known, is known to 



Thee! 



O 



i 



5^?= 



t^ ' HJ ^' ' ij^' ^ ^-ö 



e 



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23 



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:P^ 



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t-: \- 



-* •- 



era 



cious Lord, cast down Tbine e yes 



up - ott Thy ser 



§^ 



1 l 



bj— ;_j_j- 



m 



m 



¥ 

s 



w 



1 :*» 



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è 



i 



^ 



B^ 



^ 



r f. 



^ 



^ 



i 



%^ 



j^^fti^^i 



ëfe 



^^ 



vant 



here, 



t^ 



And gr ant me strength thro' life's brief 

^ ^ > 



n 



m 



^^ 



3^2 



■:t 



W 



^M 



-Sf- 



tfe: 



-it -^ 






1^ 



-G>- 



^ 



raZ?. 



d tempo- 



9- ö 



fi 



1^=^ 



■0 0- 



zi 



leiigth 



A^ 1 ri 



My woes, my earth - ly 



woes to 



bear. 



i 



^W^ 



a tempo 



^ 



iöÉ 



=^i?^ 



^ 



^ 



^r — ^- 



i 



Pcfif. 



i 



fe^ 



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i 



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tiï 



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e 



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tii 



^^ 



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? 



^r=K 



^ 



? 



Ped, 



* Peof, 



i L 



Ped 



Ped. 



Ped. 



sfe Ped. 



A. K. Gaul's Sacred Caiitata, "KuthJ 



10 




Ped. * 



M 



v=-. 



\E=^. 



^ 



Z^ 



-Gh 



-m m- 



Of hm - dens sore 



com 



plain, 



De 



É 



3 



<s> 1- 



ë I Q 



^i^=^^ 



1 



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^ 



f 



I -4- 



^ 



s 



ikfel 



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-«sa- 



^ 



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'G*- 



^T=- 



^ 



1?*=^= 



Ni ^ l, ^ r 



^ 



i^ — ^ — ^ 



sert 



me not, but strength al - lot, 



That I may rise, may 



m 



^^=^ 



5 



a 



w^ 



i 



e^ 



--fcfej^ 



=t 



raZZ. 



-(^- 



2 



a tempo. 



f 



è 



it* 



22 



I2=t^ 



rise 
rail. 



gain 



a tempo. 



And wheu my life on earth is 






^ 



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g 



^ 



Ped. 



^ Ped, 



* Pec^. 



* 



Ped, 



* 



fê^ 



^ 



^ 



-f^ 



o'er, 



Have mer - cy, Lord, on 



me, 



ps^ j 



P 



bd=l-HrY 



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rxi^ 



"O 



m^ 



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i 



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Ped, 



* PefZ. :J« Ped. ^ 

A. Tï„ fïaurs SacTcd Cantata, " Kuth." 



'T 

Ped 



! I 



Pee?. 



11 



^m 



^ 



And let 



me dweil for ev - er - more 



^ 



N-^ 



ï 



WithThee, in 



tr ^-^ — * 4* J 



~2 ^ 



^^ 



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f^ 



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^ 



^ 



-eir 



tB 



Ped, sie iW. 



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1?* 



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?:2: 



Pa 



ra - dise with 



Thee ! 



If 



by 



the 



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:^ 



3: 



ë 



w 



W 



m. a- 



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tj- 



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>-j^ ^ 



^ 



È 



-rJ- 



-C3- 



'&- 



way I famt and fall, 



Of hiir - dens sore 



com 



^^T^r^ 



1 



3 



n 



u 



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ir ^r 



■^i/- t f 



«*- 



^ 



SS 



-ö- 



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1» 



^^ 



s 



£: 



è 



plaiii, 



De - sert 



me notj but strength al - lot^ 



I* 



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m 



s 



^ 



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-ï 



^fct? 



g$! 



-e»- 



;=t 4 



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^ 



ra^^. 



3 



I 



^ 



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:^2 



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may 



nse 



gain. 



f 



M 



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1 



rail. 



:g: 



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zi: 



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A. R. Gaul's Sacrcd Cantala, " Kuth. 



^^ g jChoeal Eecit.— "THEY LIFTED UP THEIB VOICE AND WEPT." 
ITkio.— ^^FAEEWELL." 



jSOPEANO. 



Alto. 



Tenok, 



Bass. 



ACÖOMP. 






Largo moderato. 



m^ 



m^ 



È 



e^ L^ 'j ^ 



b> 4- ' 



^ 



^^ 



ajjöi 



They 



lift 



ed up their voice anii wept 



^-g ^ ^ f ^ 



m 



They 



lift 



ed up their voice and wept 



:^: 



^^^ 



-^/qsT 



They lift - ed up their 



^:F^ 



jC 



voice and wept 



They 
Largo moderato. 



lift 



ed up their voice and wept 



^ 



^ 



/ 



Z2: 



? 



771/ 



r 



^ 



2^ 



-ö- 



^ 



i 



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^ 



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^ 



ï 



i 



ra//. 



§^^ 



^;^ 



^ 



a 



S 



••-^ 



gain, 



P 



For grief and sor - row dwelt with - in their 

Q^alL 



hearts. 



i 



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^ 



(S»- 



gam, 



$ 



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sor - row dwelt with - in their 

rail 



^^=^ 



hearts. 



m 



^=1 



gain, For grief and sor - row dwelt with - in their 

[ , P rail. 



hearts. 



s&ft 



É 






m 



gam, 



For grief and 



sor 



row dwelt 



with - in their 
rail. 

-J u 



hearts. 



^ 
± 



m^ 



¥ 



f 



^ 



¥ 



^ 



> -^ 



-e»- 



^^ 



tó 



^ 



^ 



1 



221 



1^ 



S.V 



A. E. Gaul'a Sacred Cantata, " Ruth."— (12.) 



Andante pik lento. 

Naomi. 



Trio,— " FAEEWELL." 



ött£: 



-<s>^ 



Fare - well ! 
Andante plu lento, J = 69. 



the hour 



has corac 



for 



^ 



1^3 



im ' ^i>^ j ^ 'j: ' 'j^^j^ ^-) ' 'j^j^^^^ ^ 



? 



--^ \*_ 



^ 



-Sf- 



-G>-^ 



^ea- 



cre5. 



dim. 



m 



t:l 



i 



part 



W^^^nïm 



ing ! Fare • well ! love's link must break at 



^ 






tres. 



dim. 



^5 



i 



Efc 



S 



f 



'^- 



^ 



mft 



^=t 



last 



Heed not 



the 



tru 



ant tear 



drops 




^^ 




^-4 



^m 



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ic^: 



m 



ö- 



:i^ 



H3^ 



i 



dim. 



-J I 



start - ing, They do 



but grcet 



the 



mir 



ror'd 



^^^=3^^^ 



^ -TfTTTT ^ ^ -1 n * I Q =l 



^i^^^i^^ 



3i 



-^ *' » 



:«^i!l_L;"^ 



dim. 



gs^>— ^- 



i 



Ë5 



3 



-O- 



-ö- 



A. E. Gaul's SaoFcd Caiitata," Riith."— (13.) 



14 



^g 



Orpah. (Contealto.) 



^ 



'' Fare - well !" 



the 
mf 



word 



is all 



uu 



m. 



.f-_ 



5 



has 



Past. 



Fare - well ! 



the hour 



i 






^-i? ^ ^ _rrT 



^^ 



^ 



— t 



eB? 



(S- 



-Qf- 



-^- 



-S: 



-Öi- 



-€?-" 



i 



cre,s. 



m 



xz: 



fz 



c?/m. 



22 



^ 



spok - en I " Fare - well !'* 
cres. 



it 



can 



iiot yet ho 

dim. 



^s 



w 



come, 



Fare - well ! 



loYe's link 



m 



must break 



at 



f^--^rniin ii iMinT^ ii^jnfflhjjjj-^ 



cres. 



dim. 



w\ 



fc=§± 



\^^m 



-<s- 



^Efc 



m/ 



S 



P 



? 



:rz 



said ! 



^^ 



For O 

mf 



our 



hearts will then . 



be 



^ 



S 



last! 



Heed not 



the tru 



ant 



tear 



drops 






w/ — — ■ 



^g 



ËË^ 



-Sh 



g 



Ji-^ 



A. R. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, " Kuth." 



-^ 



dim. 



n: 



122 



^ 



bro - ken, And 
dim. 



peace 



for 



ev 



er 



from 



us 



^ 



-o- 



start - ing, They 



do 



but greet 



tho 



S^E 



5 



=F^f==r3 



j^-a^^i 



^ 



mir 



ror'd 




^^P 



"-^ïr- 



n^ 



dim. 



m d^-ri 



f 



i 



Fj r 



^ 



3 



i 



EtÉ 



RUTH. (SOPEANO.) 



-<S>- 



^ 



^ 



^ 



las! 



and must 



we 



from 



thee 



3re£: 



:^ 



lied! 



i 



Fare - well ! " 



IS 



all 



un 



m 



t5 



ügtpS 



^^^-i ^V J^ 



Past. 



^ 



Z2 



A - las ! my soul is fiU'd with 



s 



^^^^^^^^^^P^ 



ma 



wf 



^ 



ï^=^ 



-0,- 



-^- 



-ö- 



cres. 



dim. 



^ 



^ 



:^ 



^21 



^ 



2± 



scv - er? A 
er es. 



las ! 



our souls 



are Avrmif? 



dim. 



with 



ht 



spok - en ; " Fare - well ! " 
cres. 



it 



can 



110 1 
dim. 



yct 



he 



fc^^ 



^ 



^ 



sor - row, A 



las! 



to part 



IS 



bit 



^ 



ter 



#^'i- ->r M i , n iii .'MTfw n^rji':jji^iJg g 



cï'es. 



<^m. 



m 



i^ 



yt 



-s>-=- 



-SI- 



^ — ^^ 



-ts»-* 



'Ö- 



-Ï5 



A. U. Gfxul's Sacred Cantata, "Euth. 



16 



pair 



O 



-&- 



say 



5 



n j— ^ 



For 



not 



OUT 



it 



hearts 



must 



will 



i 



be . 



then 



for 



be 



X ' a - 



^3" 



pam ; . . Yet 



com 



fort 



from 



this 



i 



^^t 



S^ÏÏTO-l' J ^ 



rrr r fl^i-^ 



prom 



ise 



j^3jTjxjhj.M.g3gi 



rr^ 



i'^ '5 



W/ 



g^ 



^^^^=^ 



^1 



P 



^T 



iï^ 



-(^-' 



cZiHi. 



i 



:^ 



^fc 



z± 



ev - er, But soon 

dim. 



üiir 



lives 



wilI 



jcin 



Irfc 



i 



i 



brok - en, And peace 

dim. 



for 



ev 



er 



from 



us 



Ö: 



:^ 



^ 



1^ 

bor - row, In 



^ ^ 



ï 



hea 



ven 



0- 

we 



shall 



meet 






SS 



3 



m 



^ 



-ï 



=t^. 



ö 



Sfc 



É 



-o- 



gain! 



Ah 



no ! 



* 



Ë 



-©- 



fled! 



i 



3 



Ah 



:m/i 



:& 



£=^m/- 



Xi 



£: 



gain ! 






Fare 



well ! 



Fare - wel! ! 



e^^^^ 



-i ' -j--^- 



i^^ - JS^-g 



- T*^ '^ -^^««>i>r 



— V-m — I — f- 



ï 



ï^;^ 



^1=4 



-SJiJ- '-Jiij: ^=i^ 



ïft=^ 



fcfe-g± 



^s«— 



— @ 



-e*- 



HS*- 



A. E. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, '' Rntli. 



u 



^ 



i 



17 



_ dim. 



:^ 



¥=^ 



f 



:F=Ï^ 



T — r 



O we will cleave to one a - no - ther, 
" dim. 



N N S 



:^ 



^ 



i 



^ 



jV^— 1^ 



no ï 



^^ f^=a 



O we -will cleave to one a - no ■ ther, 
.: dim. 



:^=^ 



i^N-^S-^ 



=N— N— N 



ö 



g 



^ # 



^ 



Ye may no more be - side me stay ! It may not be, — 



s 



£ 



?=? 



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P^^iT 






^^^ _= 



c?im. 



i^z: 



^ 



-(S- 



Siti 



^ 



-O.- 



1 5 



■F — F 



C?2W. 



^t> r 1 - 



:^=^i=^ 



É 



it^^t^ 



^ V-F— ^f 



O we will cleave to one a - no - ther, 
dim. 



^ — ^ s — r^ 



1^ — ^ 



i 



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o we will cleave to one a ■ no - ther, 
"-^ dim. 



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way ! 



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Nsl/ 



No. 4. 



Am.— " ENTREAT ME NOT TO LEAVE THEE." » 
Con espressivo, ^ ^ -<-~"^-^ 



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10 



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A. K. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, " Euth." 



No. 5. 



tSOPBANO. 



Alto. 



Tenor. 



Bass. 



r Chorus.—" AET THOU THAT NAOMI ? *' 



ACCOMP. 



60, 



J. 



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Kecit.— " CALL ME NOT NAOMI 

Chorus.—" WEEP NO MOEE." 
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A. R. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, ''RTith."— (21.) 



22 



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A, K. Gaul's Sacred Cantata,'*EutJL" 



Eecitative.— ** CALL ME NOT NAOMI/' 



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Call me not Na - o - mi, 
Quasi Sedt. J = 60. 



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Chorus.—" "WEEP NO MOEE." 



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dry . . thine eyes! 



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A. B. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, " Euth."— (24.) 



25 



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distress ; 



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weep no more, O weep 



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A. E. Gaul's Sacred Cantata, "Kutli." 



EXD Oli^ THE FIPtöT VAIiT. 



PART II.-JOY. 



No. e. Choeus OF Eeapees.— " SEE THE GOLDEN EAYS OF MOENING." 

Allegretto con moto. 



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Ped, 



V 



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32 



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35 




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No.-9. 



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ACOOMP. 



[Eecit.— "WHY HAYE I POUND GRAGE IN THINE EYES." 
AiE.— " PAST ALL KNOWLEDGE IS THE KINDNESS." 
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SOPBANO. 



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Choeaie.— " NIGHTFALL.» 



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50 



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No. 12. 



(Intermezzo.— '*DAY BREAK." 

Iwedding Chorus.— '* HARK! HARK! THE CYMBALS OLASH!" 



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55 



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THE END. 



MR. GAUL'8 

PASSION MUSIC. 



MUSICAL STANDARD. 

"On the evening of Good Friday, the congregation 
of St. Augustine's Church were invited to attend the 
first performance of their organist's new sacred work 
— a musical illustration of subjects connected with 
the ' Passion * of the Saviour. In this fresh musical 
product Mr. Gaul has the advantage of an open 
field, till very recently closed almost entirely to the 
Anglican Church composer; so that at the outset 
his work claims the merit of distinctiveness. The 
texf of Mr. Gaul's work, varied and elaborate in 
structure, is the compilation of the Rev. J. C. Blissard, 
author at the same time of the original lyrical por- 
tions of the work. The course of sacred events con- 
nected with the Passion is laid out by the writer so 
as to form a series of six distinct ' scènes,' the literary 
construction of these being similar in plan through- 
out, but each preserving its own separate unity and 
point of narrative or dramatic interest. The subjects 
of these divisions, each occupied with a particular 
stage of the Mystery, are respectively : ' The Traitor 
at the Table/ * The Denial,' * The Condemnation 
before Pilate,' *The Mockery on Calvary,' * The 
Shadow of Death,' and * The Holy Sepulchre.' Each 
comprises a prophetic portion (the words selected 
fromthose passages of Holy Writ *foreshadowing' the 
event), and preceded by a short choral^ which is 
retained unaltered throughout the work ; a narrative 
portion dealing with the especial event, and what 
may be termed the lyrical epode, a hymn embodying 
the subjective reflection on the preceding passages, 
and in which the whole congregation is supposed to 
take part. The author has executed the compilation 
and versification with commendable judgment and 
skill. As regards the composer's share in the work 
it must be noted, in the first place, that whilst en- 
deavouring to illustrate in the best manner possible 
the outward course of the events, the dramatic ele- 
ment, properly so called, has been carefully kept out 
of the work. Individual characterisation has been 
avoided by allotting the different solo musical pas- 
sages without regard to any representative character. 
This arrangement has no doubt been prompted by 
judicious reasons, and there is much to be urged in 
its favour. Mr. Gaul has adopted the arioso style of 
musical setting for the solo portions of his work. In 
certain parts, as in the melodious so.'o, * Blessed are 
the departed,' the writing approaches the ordinary 
aria form, but in general the more declamatory style 
is preserved. There is no imitation of archaic forms 



in either melodies or harmony, and in the descriptive 
episodes the composer has not been tempted into 
tneairical exaggeration in order to secure dramatic 
effect. The style of the composition, in short, 
resembles generally that of Mr. Gaul's previous 
writmgs — the same effective, grateful part-wriling, 
and the same expressive and melodious treatment of 
the solo voice. In those sections, notably that of 
the Unjust Condemnation, where the realistic element 
is predominant, the composer has manife^ted his 
ability to write with dramatic force and intensity as 
well as with lyric charm. In this respect the choral 
writing distinguished itself in comp^irison with that 
in the 'Holy City' and other of the composer's 
works. Among the items which impressed us most 
favourably was the chorus, 'The fining-pot is for 
silver,' the beautiful choral passage * VVatch and 
pray,' the whole of the choral passages of the con- 
demnation scène (the original treatment of tWs scène 
evades any comparison with the part of the Passion 
music of other writers); the contralto air, 'Oh, hear 
ye this, all ye people'; the fine chorus, ' Consider 
this," the culminating poïnt of the scène on Calvary; 
the trio for soprano, tenor, and bass, * Thou hidest 
Thy face, O Lord'; the quartet, * Hath God forgotten 
to be gracious'; the strikingly effective chorus, * God 
is not a man that He should lie'; the solo before 
mentioned, ' Blessed are the departed,' with its 
choral appendage (soli quartet); and last, but not 
least in merit, the fine setting of Adelaide Proctor's 
lines, *Why should'st thou fear the beautiful angel 
Death,' full like the poem of a sweet, subdued, de- 
licious calm. Mr. Gaul has not written new hymn 
tunes for Mr. Blissard's lyrics ; the tunes selected 
for this occasion were from among those in ordinary 
congregational use. Altogether considcred, Mr. 
Gaul's new work will undoubtedly greatly enhance 
his already high reputation in the line of sacred com- 
position. An overflowing congregation testified to 
the great interest taken in the service. On Saturday 
evening the work was repeated, the attendance being 
almost equally large with that of the previouvs 
evening." 

BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL. 
*'A second experience simply confirms the remark 
hazarded on the first presentation, viz., that the 
work is not only the most important Mr. Gaul has 
yet given to the world of art, but is one that, whea 
familiar, must arrest attention." 



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^ # ^ DAILY TELEGRAPH. 

"Altogether, a go«]^ sdund musical work is thia * Holy City.' I 
have no besitatiaii Mlft^iiig tfakt it creditabiy represents E-tiglish art, 
and dó«B boaaur notmüf %o the skill but to the judgment ana tasfe of 
Mr. GauU " V. 

" The CliorQft, *'^hifie^ the Mngdom,* proves that he knows how to 
wrït^forimpQHrtrtg^ effect as weU «sfor simple musiciaoship. * Ijet the 
sea make a lioise/ Jic, beIóo|a''*lto the successes of massive choral 
writing, anéthe éntire chorus with ita fueal concltjsion, * Let the 
heavens rejoice ' gives evidences of grand design and adequate musi- 
cianship. 

" The scriptural texta have been chosen with much judgment.*' 



; f STANDARD. ^ ' 

•' ' The Holy City' is a healthy, straightforward work, with plenty 
01 vigour and spiHt ab^t thé writing. It is not of the ' new-fangled ' 
school. ^f . 

** From iirst to last Mr. Gaul exercises his undeniable talent in a 
thorqughly legitimate ditection, and gladdens the ears of liis auditors 
with plenty pf jtonic an4.döR»ïnant. 

'*The receplion w^ iavourable in the extreme» and the Cantata 
must hencefo^h be claissêd among the successes whicb the Birming- 
ham Musical Festivals have brought to light." 



DAILY CHRONICLE. 
*' Mr. Gaul is a local composer creditabiy known in the metropolis. 
It wilJ be a matter for surprise if the Cantata, ' The Holy City,' 
should not augment his reputation wherever it may be heard, inas- 
much as it is a right spirited work, evincing the gift of melody and 
an excellent knowledge of effective choral writing." 



MORNING POST. 
" Mr. Gaul has given to the world pieces of sacred music which have 
attained a reputation beyond the narrow circle of provincial fame. In 
his *Holy City' he has also shown that he can write like a thorough 
rnusician inpther and. more severe styles. The air and chorus ('A 
hew Heave^qk luad a new Earth *) with its pianissimo ' Sanctus • is 
^ s|^«ndid idéa.' As a whöle the Cantata is a good specimen of earnest 
musiciaobfaii] and well-used means." 



ACADEMY. 
" Thjpre is a great deal of good and skilful writing," 

MUSICAL TIMES. 
" " * The Holy City » is evidently the work of a thoughtful as well as a 
clevéi- composer, and should make its mark among thoroughly English 
productions of a sacred character." 



DAILY NEWS. 
"The Woik is throughout the production of a thoroughly trained 
and earnest rnusician. The Orchestral introduction — iilustrative of 
contemplation — is melodious, and contains some good orchestral 
writing. The pieces for solo voices evince a comnE»and of agreeable 
and flowing melody, and are well suited to the respecttve voices," 



GUARDIAN. 






" Melodious, amooth, and^well writtenfroilF beginning to end. 



aïUSICAtiSTANDARD. 



" The work is throughout chaTacterised by dulcet, gr^ceful melÏJdy, 
The choral numbers show Mt. Gaul aX his ti^st ; we reftiark here the 
sure practised hand of the writer, wha has already made himself not 
a little famous by this class of work." 



FIGARQ. 

" The Cantata is eminently er(||table 



choSen.' 



ainj the wörds admirably 



MANCHESTER GUARDIAN. ^. 

"'The Holy Qity ' has been received with every mvk of approval— 
approl^al richly deserved, and if London should ever be made the 
Bcenp of such music meetings as are held triennially at Birmingham, 
Leeds, and Norwich, Mr. Gaul maybe said to have earned the right to 
be represented. The compose* has in him a pure melodie? vein» on 
which he has freely drawn in giving the èpproximate musical expres- 
sion to the beautiftil sacred poem-hymns incorporated ia his word- 
book or libretto." , 

BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. 
"Everything is carefuUy rounded off and finished in form and out- 
line, and the cuhivated musician is evident alike in the part-writing 
for the voices and the command of orchestral resources," 



BIRMINGHAM DAILY GAZETTE. 

" We hope and believe th'at the reception given last night to Mr. 
Gaul and to his 'Holy City' Cantata will prove an earnest of its 
popularity and acceptance throughout the length and breadth of the 
land. 

" We think highly of ' The Holy City* music for its yein of pleasing 
melody, and for the good disposition of the voice parts in the choruses, 
The instrumentatioh has evidently received careful attention." 



. BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL. 
'' Ftïjra tttïe-paere to the final chorus there is such/t>erfeGt organisa- 
tion, genuine melody, and musical consistency in the just apporti»3n- 
ment of subject-matter^ thatythe Cantata is certain of a popular career." 



NORWICH DAILY PRESS. 
*' To name any of the particular pieces for special CQmmendation 
would be to name the whole, for every one portrays an earnest and 
thoughtful mind, as well as scholarly design." 




ATHENEUM. 
" We must first recognise the gentene musical feeling shown by the 
composer. 

"The vocal writing is excellent, and shows good cómmand of the 
resources of counterpoint. To sum up, 'The Holy City,' though not 
a great, is a musicianly and pleasing work which does credit to its 
ser." 



NORWICH MERCURY, 
" The general impression of the music is eminently pleasing : this 
arises from the perfect smooth ness and elegance of Mr, GauUs style^ 
and the unimpeded flow of natura] melody." 



MANCHESTER COURIER. 
" A most interesting, tuneful, and scholarly work." 



LIVERPOOL DAILY COURIER. 
" This fine work will considerably enhance Mr, Gaul'a reputation as 
a musician," ^v. 



**The Work is an hönour to English Art, and has elevated its composer into a place of distinction 

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