Jackson (of Exeter) : 'Twas when the seas were roaring : Score, part(s) and cover page | Music | Classical

Jackson (of Exeter) : 'Twas when the seas were roaring : Score, part(s) and cover page

Jackson (of Exeter) : 'Twas when the seas were roaring : Score, part(s) and cover page 147275-12000
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Composer: William Jackson (of Exeter) (1730 - 1803)
Forces: S./T.2Vn.Va.Continuo.
Lyrics: John Gay

Jackson was organist of Exeter Cathedral and a theorist on music. A friend of Thomas Gainsborough, he corresponded with him on the subject of aesthetics.

Here Jackson has made a joke that he used often: a "low art" nautical ballad by John Gay has been treated in an "high art" (cantata) style.

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Composer: William Jackson (of Exeter) (1730 - 1803)Forces: S./T.2Vn.Va.Continuo.Lyrics: John GayJackson was organist of Exeter Cathedral and a theorist on music. A friend of Thomas Gainsborough, he corresponded with him on the subject of aesthetics.
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