String Quartet Cello,String Quartet - Digital Download
Composed by Thomas Tallis. Arranged by Miranda Wilson. Renaissance. Score and parts. 6 pages. Miranda Wilson, Cellist #5754197. Published by Miranda Wilson, Cellist (A0.969168).
"Why Fum'th In Fight" by Thomas Tallis (ca. 1505-1585) was originally a vocal setting of a psalm text. Ralph Vaughan Williams famously used material from this composition in his "Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis." This version for 4 cellos is arranged by Miranda Wilson. The PDF file contains the score and 4 parts.
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