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Jane Joseph (1894–1929)

Jane Marian Joseph was a composer, arranger and music teacher. A pupil and later amanuensis of Gustav Holst, most of Joseph’s compositions were never published and are now considered lost. Stainer & Bell published a small number of her choral works and piano pieces, including A Festival Venite, Seven Two-Part Songs and her first published piece – an arrangement of Henry VIII’s The Carrion Crow.

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