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Series: Boosey & Hawkes Choral Treasury
Instrumentation: SS, Piano
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)
for two-part chorus & piano
Text: English (Traditional)
A part song by the eminent English choral composer Herbert Howells.
The wren, the wren, the king of the birds
Saint Stephen's day was caught in a furze,
Altho' he's little, his family's great,
I pray, landlady, you'll give us a treat.
Sing overem, overem, drolleen;
Sing overem, overem, drolleen,
Sing overem, over, chitimicore, hebemegola tambereen.
It is the wren as you may see,
'Tis guarded in a holly tree,
A bunch of ribands by his side,
And so many boys to be his guide.
Sing overem, overem, drolleen...
The Boosey & Hawkes Choral Treasury
Drawing upon a rich archive, the Boosey & Hawkes Choral Treasury presents a wealth of choral opportunities for choirs of all types and abilities wishing to explore new choral territories. A perfect resource for accessible and inspiring choral masterworks of the twentieth century and beyond, this series restores many difficult to obtain sacred and secular classics to the repertoire
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