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Give Me Your Hand - Various - The Lark In The Clear Air (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dear thoughts are in my mind and my soul it soars enchanted As I hear the sweet lark sing in the clear air of the day For a tender beaming smile to my hope has been granted And tomorrow he shall hear all my fond heart longs to say I will tell him all my love, all my soul's pure adoration And I know he will hear my voice and he will not answer me nay It is this that gives my soul all it's.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Lark In The Clear Air on Discogs. Label: Topic Records - 12TS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic/5(3).
  3. The Lark in The Clear Air Noel Pepper lived in south London and was a stalwart of the south London branch of Comhaltas when it was held at The Spread Eagle pub in Wandsworth in the late 60s early 70s.
  4. Beautiful Eb. Horn Solo. You can view the Solo Horn part as a PDF image of this work on your computer, by clicking on the "MORE DETAILS" button on the right - this will reveal the PDF image for you to sample. Duration The publisher describes the difficulty of this piece as "Medium difficulty".
  5. The Lark in the Clear Air This song is a Traditional. This is a traditional song and therefore has no particular artist associated with it. It is believed to have originated in Ireland.
  6. The Lark in the Clear Air (Sir Samuel Ferguson) Dear thoughts are in my mind And my soul soars enchanted, As I hear the sweet lark sing In the clear air of the day. For a tender beaming smile To my hope has been granted, And tomorrow she shall hear All my fond heart would say. I shall tell her all my love, All my soul's adoration, And I think.
  7. The lark in the clear air is an exquisite song celebrating the beauty of nature. (Unusually for a folksong lyric, it also presents a positive outlook on love!) The contrapuntal second verse, particularly measures , may require special attention in rehearsal, part by part, as it is the only occasion where the three voice-parts are truly.
  8. Song: THE LARK IN THE CLEAR AIR chrom By: Sir Samuel Ferguson Irish folk song, circa Key: G Time: 3/4 3 -2*3 2 1 -1 Dear thoughts are in my mind.

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