Verbena Daphne Brighton in Gissing Village, Norfolk - May, the 1920's
from Nuts in May: memories of care-free days, page 58:
The Sunday after Ascension Day was to us a lovely day, with the special hymn, A and M, No. 506, “Know ye the Lord hath bourne [sic] away your master from your head to-day”. These two lines were sung by the Rector and the local builder, and then the remainder of the choir joined in.
Yea we know it, yet we raise
Songs of thankfulness and praise
He is gone but not before
All his earthly work is o’er.
and we were very joyful and this joy never left us.
Verbena Daphne Brighton, Nuts in May: memories of care-free days. In Brunel University Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 2:104, p. 58. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1531752058551 accessed: 2 October, 2022
Listening tohide composers
'Know ye the Lord hath borne away'
written by W.H. Monk
|performed by Rector, Choir, Builder|
|Date/Time||May, the 1920's|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|