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Move Eastward, Happy Earth Publication Details
 

 
  Catalogue Number -
PEL2093 SATB

Voicing/Instrumentation -
SATB Choir with
Organ accompaniment

Level of Difficulty -
Moderate

Uses/Season -
Concert, Service Anthem, Wedding

Perusal score pdf can be viewed while listening simultaneously to
audio track below.
Duration -
4:45 mins

Pages Music -
12 pages - 16 page booklet
Format -
SATB/organ
choral octavo

Copyright Year - 2014

Perusal Score PDF
SATB perusal only
 
 
 
Description/Remarks

PEL2093 "Move Eastward, Happy Earth"

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Composed for Elizabeth Kobes Fisher and Nicholas Charles Daborn Halley
in honour of their wedding, December 31, 2014.






 
 
Recorded for the
Pelagos double CD set


In The Wide Awe And Wisdom
PEL1006 CD

In The Wide Awe And Wisdom Recording by Paul Halley
 
   
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Choral score SATB/organ  
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Choral score SATB/organ  
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  Texts

Move Eastward, Happy Earth



Move eastward, happy earth, and leave 
Your orange sunset waning slow: 
From fringes of the faded eve, 
O, happy planet, eastward go: 
Till over thy dark shoulder glow 
Thy silver sister world, and rise 
To glass herself in dewey eyes 
That watch me from the glen below. 

Ah, bear me with thee, lightly borne, 
Dip forward under starry light, 
And move me to my marriage-morn, 
And round again to happy night. 

 

Alfred Lord Tennyson