Whispering Hope (1868) • Solo voice (or unison choir) with string quartet, oboe and piano. [English]
3¼′ Arranged by Dean Crocker, 2008
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A fresh look at the popular 1868 hit by Alice Hawthorne, who was actually a man named Septimus Winner.
Soft as the voice of an angel,
Breathing a lesson unheard. Hope with a gentle persuasion, Whispers her comforting word… —“Alice Hawthorne” [Septimus Winner] (1827‒1902)
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