(Charles) Edward Rubbra


"The Farm" (1921), oil on canvas, 132 x 147 cm, of the painter Joan Miro, contemporary of Rubbra (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

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The musician (Charles) Edward Rubbra was born in Northampton on the 23th May 1901, the same year of the composers Albert, Bautista, Chevreuille, Egk, Ghisi, Helfman, Henneberg, Hlobil, Jelinek, Kauffmann, Keldorfer, Klussmann, Koutzen, Laks, Pelemans, Perkowski, Poot, Rodrigo, Sauguet, Shirinsky, Tomasi. He died in Gerard's Cross on the 13rd February 1986

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(Charles) Edward Rubbra

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"Bee-Bee-Bei" was performed in 1933


"Regina caeli, laetare" (Regina caeli laetare, alleluia), op. 140 n. 6, Bible

"Crux fidelis" (Crux fidelis, inter omnes arbor una nobilis), op. 140 n. 2, text of Saint Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (c530-c609)

"Viri Galilaei", op. 140 n. 10, Anonymous

"Resurrexi, et adhunc", op. 140 n. 4, Anonymous

"Psalm 150", Bible

"Psalm 6", Bible

"Psalm 23" (The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want), Anonymous

"Sound forth celestial organs", op. 83 n. 1, text of Richard Crashaw (c1612-1649)

"Fair as unshaded light", op. 83 n. 2, text of Sir William D'Avenant (1606-1668)

"La belle dame sans merci", published in 1925, text of John Keats (1795-1821)

"Yet once again, let us our measures move", op. 83 n. 3, text of Thomas Campion (1567-1620)


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