Voicing: SATB a cappella
A tender setting of poem 38 from A Shropshire Lad by A E Housman.
The winds out of the west land blow,
My friends have breathed them there;
Warm with the blood of lads I know
Comes east the sighing air.
This Housman setting makes a good companion piece to White in the Moon.
The Winds Out of the West Land Blow
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