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GUEST,mgarvey@pacifier.com Database of Kipling verses with tunes (4) Database of Kipling verses with tunes 16 Nov 01


I came across this quite interesting database that maybe others can contribute to. I wrote him and said I had put a tune to Helen all alone, and sing Gesthemane to Auld Lang Syne and When you come to London to one of those Two Sisters versions..forget the name. I also told him that Gordon Bok had done at least the one of the Harp Woman and Will Pint did one..I think about seals. I seem to remember Mark Bridgam doing one about a robber. Here is the web site

http://www.kipling.org.uk/settings1.htm

If others have put tunes to Kipling, he would be interested. Likewise, from another thread, it would be interesting to see a similar site for Robert Service, Henry Lawson etc. mg


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