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Algernon Charles Swinburne
Studies in Song



SONG FOR THE CENTENARY
of
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR

Born January 30th, 1775
Died September 17th, 1864

There is delight in singing, though none hear
Beside the singer: and there is delight
In praising, though the praiser sit alone
And see the praised far off him, far above.

Landor.

Dedication
Song for the Centenary of Walter Savage Landor
Grand Chorus of Birds from Aristophanes
Off Shore
After Nine Years
For a Portrait of Felice Orsini
Evening on the Broads
The Emperor's Progress
The Resurrection of Alcilia
The Fourteenth of July
The Launch of the Livadia
Six Years Old
A Parting Song
By the North Sea
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