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 Author: jonathan
go Posted: Sep 19 2017 - 11:32 PM
follow Subject: re: Identify this piece of English Pastoral Classical Music please!
Job: A Masque for Dancing - Scene VII (Referred to as "Pavane of the Sons of the Morning" on the score or "Pavane of the Heavenly Host" on Wikipedia), Ralph Vaughan Williams
Author: simonpritchard
Posted: Sep 06 2017 - 11:28 AM
click Subject: Identify this piece of English Pastoral Classical Music please!
Hi - can anyone tell me the name of the piece of music that starts at the 51 minute 45 second mark on the following film:

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