A setting of 'forced rhythm' epitaphs for baritone and piano.

Here lies the body of Jessica Jones,

Who died eating cherry stones.

Her name was Smith it was not Jones,

But Jones was put to rhyme with stones.

These forced rhyme epitaphs became popular in the early 1900s and can be found in various villages in Essex and Suffolk.

Approx 2. minutes.

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