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"Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal," 1847 poem of British Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson(1809-1892) set to music in 1904 by his fellow countryman Roger QUILTER(1877-1953). An Art Song standard recorded by virtually every major vocal recitalist of the 20th century including John MThis and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, acquaint them with classic music and great composers.cCormack, Paul Robeson and Kathleen Ferrier.

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"Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal," 1847 poem of British Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson(1809-1892) set to music in 1904 by his fellow countryman Roger QUILTER(1877-1953). An Art Song standard recorded by virtually every major vocal recitalist of the 20th century including John MThis and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, acquaint them with classic music and great composers.cCormack, Paul Robeson and Kathleen Ferrier.
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