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Until

First line:
No star in all the world until you came
composer
1910
author of text
author of text

 
Wilfrid Ernest Sanderson was the son of a Wesleyan minister and the father of an Anglican bishop. Born in Ipswich of Lancastrian parents, he moved to Launceston in Cornwall as an infant, was educated in London, and died in Surrey. However, his career was spent mainly as organist, choirmaster and composer in Doncaster. In this last guise he produced some wonderfully stirring of ballads, among them ‘Until’. The beautiful words are by Edward Frederick Lockton, here using the pseudonym ‘Edward Teschemacher’.

from notes by Andrew Lamb © 2002

Recordings

Songs my father taught me
CDA67290

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Track 4 on CDA67290 [2'00]

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