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Across much of the 20th century, Michael Head churned out beautifully crafted songs from diverse texts and in a multitude of styles. The influence of Vaughan Williams and Warlock hangs heavily, but the intricacy of The Estuary, the vitality of My sword for the King and the vivid moods of Three Songs of Venice stand out. The rich tones of the vocalists assembled and expertly accompanied by Glynn suit the works ideally.

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