Soliloquy from Tennyson’s Maud

Also known as Long After:  A Study on Tennyson’s ‘Maud.’ This work also exists as a song with piano accompaniment as No.6 of the publisher’s galleys volume here given as M-H 4/7-5.

M-H 4/4-1

A Xerox copy of a MS piano and vocal score in the composer’s hand prefaced by two pages of the words, also in the composer’s hand. The words are from Tennyson’s Maud: A Monodrama, Part II Section IV. The verses used are Verses I, II, III, VI (with an added line: ‘In a moment—ah’) and the last four lines of verse XIII. The original was on 12-stave score paper. 20 Xerox sheets are present, representing a half page of the original on each sheet. The original paper was imprinted ‘Boomerang Brand No.l’ below a five-boomerang emblem.

M-H 4/4-2: 1 to 29

A set of orchestral MS parts. These are on varying sizes of score paper. 12-stave score paper. Varying imprints. Parts present: 5 first violin parts, 5 second violin, 4 viola, 4 violoncello, 3 double bass, 1 flute, 1 hautboy, 1 clarinet, 1 bassoon, 1 first and second French horn, 1 third and fourth French horn, 1 first and second trumpet, 1 kettledrum.

Concert Program (PDF 1MB)