Judith (Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings)

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Aria "Long Since in Egypt's Pleasant Land"

For Flute and Piano (Kamioka)

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Hideo Kamioka (2011/3/13)

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Nightjar (2011/7/11)

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London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d. Plate 8023.

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Aria "Long Since in Egypt's Pleasant Land"

For Flute and Piano (Kamioka)

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Hideo Kamioka (2010/6/12)

PMLP136711-Dear Lord and Father of mankind.pdf
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Hideo Kamioka

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General Information

Work Title Judith
Alternative Title The Regeneration of Manasseh
Composer Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings
Year/Date of Composition 1887-88
First Performance 1888-08-29 - Birmingham Musical Festival, conductor Hans Richter
First Publication 1888
Librettist Composer
Language English
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Soloists, chorus, orchestra


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The contralto aria "Long Since in Egypt's Pleasant Land" was adapted after the composer's death as a setting for the hymn "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind", with new words by John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892). This adaptation (also known as "Repton") was made in 1924 by George Gilbert Stocks (1877-1960), and remains in copyright in Europe and the United States.

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