I Shall Be Ever Maiden

Album: Seven Sappho Songs for soprano and piano (1904)
  • "I Shall Be Ever Maiden" by Bliss Carmen and Ivor Gurney is the second song in the song cycle Seven Sappho Songs for soprano and piano; the first is "Soft Was The Wind".

    In his notes to this pamphlet, Richard Carder of the English Poetry and Song Society says "I Shall Be Ever Maiden" was previously published as a poem, as were two others of the seven songs herein. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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