Leighton: Let all the world in every corner sing
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George Herbert's poem, 'Antiphon', in a highly rhythmic setting by Leighton. Both choral and organ parts require a high degree of athleticism.
Commissioned for the Church of St Matthew, Northampton, and first performed on September 20, 1965, under the direction of Michael Nicholas.
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