Let us now praise famous menop. 35 (1951)
Choral song for tenors (or sopranos) and basses (or altos) and piano
Boosey & Hawkes
This work is available from Boosey & Hawkes for the world.
This song, together with God is Gone Up and All this night, occupied the composer during the first period of hospital treatment for Hodgkin’s Disease. Despite these circumstances, the resulting work is tunefully optimistic in its bright march-like character. The music was originally intended for male voices, but is equally performable by female voices, and accompaniment can be either piano, or strings and piano.