Gerard Manley Hopkins Poems In Musical Adaptations
 
Gerard Manley Hopkins Poems In Musical Adaptations
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Audio samples to play
     
1 Nature's Bonfire Play audio
2 I Wake And Feel The Fell Of Dark, Not Day Play audio
3 Pied Beauty Play audio
4 Spring Play audio
5 The Leaden Echo & The Golden Echo Play audio
6 Felix Randal Play audio
7 The Woodlark Play audio
8 The Wreck Of The Deutschland Play audio
9 The Alchemist (O'Leary) Play audio
 
© Sean O'Leary 2005-2014
 
  TEEVO cheevo cheevio chee:
O where, what can that be?
Weedio-weedio: there again!
So tiny a trickle of song-strain;
And all round not to be found
For brier, bough, furrow, or green ground
Before or behind or far or at hand
Either left either right
Anywhere in the sunlight.
Well, after all! Ah but hark —
‘I am the little woodlark.
The skylark is my cousin and he
Is known to men more than me
Round a ring, around a ring
And while I sail (must listen) I sing 
Gerard Manley Hopkins