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Setting a text spoken by Nurse Edith Cavell on the eve of her execution in 1915 and re-fashioned by the poet Seán Street, McDowall has created a work of haunting beauty full of gently lamenting harmonies. The sombre subject matter makes the piece equally suitable for funerals and Remembrance Day celebrations.

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