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O may I join the choir invisible

This work was composed in 1910 for the choir of Girton College, Cambridge.

About this work

Cyril Bradley Rootham (CBR) composed this work in 1910 as his Op.34, using the first stanza of a poem written by George Eliot (a.k.a. Mary Ann Evans).

Op.34 is written for soprano solo, soprano and alto chorus, and accompaniment of organ (or piano).

View of Girton College, Cambridge ca.1895

Girton College, Cambridge (ca.1895)
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Publication status

The sheet music is available from CBR's original publishers Stainer and Bell as
43407: O may I join the choir invisible.

Stainer & Bell edition of Op.34 O may I join the choir invisible

Stainer and Bell edition of Op.34
Catalogue ref. 43407