Norfolk Rhapsody. Orch. work in E minor by Vaughan Williams comp. 1906 and rev. in early 1920s. Based on 3 folk-songs collected in Norfolk in 1905 by composer. F.p. London 1906. 2 other Norfolk Rhapsodies, in D minor and G minor, were written and f.p. in Cardiff 1907, the orig. plan being a ‘Norfolk Symphony’, but they were withdrawn in 1914.
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