Stevens: Crabbed Age and Youth (ca. 1800)

• TTBB choir or quartet, a cappella. [English] 2′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2016

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Previously published in The British Minstrel, and Musical and Literary Miscellany, n.d. William Hamilton, Glasgow.
Also published in The People’s Music Book, Vol. 3, 1844. George Virtue, London.

Richard John Samuel Stevens, 1757/03/27 (London, England)‒1837/09/23 (Peckham). Organist and composer of mostly forgotten anthems, sonatas, an opera, Emma, and numerous glees. Organist at several locations including Temple Church, London, and Christ’s Hospital, and served as Professor of Music at Gresham College for over 35 years.

—William Shakespeare (1564‒1616)

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