Soft Voluntary

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Title: Soft Voluntary
Composer: Alfred Harry Harding (1855-1930)
Arranger: Andrew Lamb
Description: This is my transcription of Soft Voluntary by British composer Alfred Harry Harding.

Alfred Harry Harding was a British composer born in 1855. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London and later became an organist and choir director at various churches in England. In addition to his work in the church, Harding was a prolific composer, producing works in various genres including orchestral, chamber, vocal, and choral music. He was particularly known for his choral works, many of which were performed by leading choirs in England. His compositions were highly regarded, earning him such accolades as the Elgar Medal for Choral Composition in 1910. Some of his notable works include his cantata The Triumph of David and symphonic poem The Vale of Enna. Harding died in 1930, but his music continues to be appreciated and performed by choral groups around the world.


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