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Trivial or Important references and connections: First performance October 16, 1958, Leeds Centenary Festival, BBC Symphony Orchstra conducted by Rudolf Schwartz

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Song TitleComposer(s)Author(s)
Encinctured with a twine of leaves Benjamin Britten Samuel Taylor Coleridge
What is more gentle than a wind in summer? Benjamin Britten John Keats
Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting Benjamin Britten Thomas Middleton
She sleeps on soft, last breaths Benjamin Britten Wilfred Owen
When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see Benjamin Britten William Shakespeare
On a poet's lips I slept Benjamin Britten Percy Bysshe Shelley
Below the thunders of the upper deep Benjamin Britten Lord Alfred Tennyson
But that night when on my bed I lay Benjamin Britten William Wordsworth