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Cyril Bradley Rootham

Cyril Bradley Rootham (1875–1938)

Director of Music and organist at St John’s College, Cambridge, from 1901 until his death, Cyril Rootham was a composer who found success in his lifetime, and who now merits reappraisal as part of the ongoing twenty-first century review of our twentieth-century English heritage.

By Babylon's Streams

By Babylon's Streams

...‘Babylon’s Streams’ by William Harris, the Impromptu No. 2 in D by Sydney Nicholson, the Lament by Harvey Grace, and Epinikion (Song of Victory) by Cyril Bradley Rootham. Martin Ellis brings his great experience of the repertoire to the notes for performance and textual commentary for each piece, which will...
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