|Instruments||soprano and piano|
Setting of Ivor Gurney's poem To His Love, which celebrates both Gurney's love of his native countryside around the River Severn and human friendships shattered by the First World War.
The song came 2nd in the English Poetry and Song Society's 2007 Ivor Gurney competition.
"He's gone, and all our plans
Are useless indeed.
We'll walk no more on Cotswold
Where the sheep feed
Quietly and take no heed."
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