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Out of the cradle endlessly rocking: a rhapsody. IE TCD MS 11111/1/1 Öffentlichkeit Deposited

Out of the cradle endlessly rocking: a rhapsody. IE TCD MS 11111/1/1

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  • IE TCD MS 11111/1/1
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • created 1923
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Abstract
  • ‘Out of the cradle endlessly rocking’ is a full score rhapsody for tenor solo, chorus and orchestra with lyrics from Walt Whitman’s poem of the same title. It was composed by Rhoda Coghill, an Irish musician born in Dublin on 14 October 1903. 102 pages.Coghill was the daughter of Alexander Sinclair Coghill, from Thurso, Scotland, and his wife, Rhoda Ann Sinclair (née Baily). Coghill attended Alexandra School and College in Dublin. Self-taught as a composer, Coghill studied music at Trinity College Dublin with Charles Herbert Kitson. She graduated in 1922, and was in Berlin 1927–8 to continue her piano tuition with Artur Schnabel, the Beethoven interpreter. On her return toIreland she taught at the Read School and played double bass in the Radio Éireann Orchestra. From 1939 to 1968 she was the official accompanist at Radio Éireann.  One of the most forward-looking Irish works composed in the first half of the twentieth century was her rhapsody ‘Out of the cradle endlessly rocking’ for tenor solo, chorus, and orchestra, to a text by Walt Whitman.
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  • Coghill family, Donor
  • Rhoda Coghill’s papers were presented to The Library of Trinity College Dublin by her family, after her death in 2000
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  • ink
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  • paper (fiber product)
Culture
  • Irish
Digital object identifier
  • MS11111-1-1_001
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  • 0120638

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