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Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) was an English composer, who drew influence from Tudor music and the English folk-song tradition
Best known for the Classic FM Hall of Fame ever-presents The Lark Ascending and Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Vaughan Williams was also the writer of 9 symphonies, numerous vocal and choral works, and the ballet Job: A Masque For Dancing.
Five Mystical Songs, Songs of Travel, The Turtle Dove... The list of vocal works by Vaughan Williams are amongst the finest in the 20th Century.