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Jackson (of Exeter) : Go, gentle gales : Score, part(s) and cover page

Jackson (of Exeter) : Go, gentle gales : Score, part(s) and cover page 147259-12000
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Composer: William Jackson (of Exeter) (1730 - 1803)
Forces: S./T.2Vn.Continuo
Lyrics: Alexander Pope

Jackson was a pupil of John Travers, and wrote canzonets and elegies after the model established by Travers, close to, but separate from, the glee tradition. He was organist of Exeter Cathedral and a theorist on music. A friend of Thomas Gainsborough, he corresponded with him on the subject of aesthetics.

Jackson later expanded the harmonization of this song from his Op. 4, and recast it as a glee.

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Composer: William Jackson (of Exeter) (1730 - 1803)Forces: S./T.2Vn.ContinuoLyrics: Alexander PopeJackson was a pupil of John Travers, and wrote canzonets and elegies after the model established by Travers, close to, but separate from, the glee tradi
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