Klarwein is fabulous as Will Drummond and Penny Everingham is also excellent as Jeannie and the supporting cast do great work too. I loved Steve Turner as Wally The Preacher, an enigmatic, profound and wryly drawn character who shows that Gow has thought a lot about the spiritual and religious dimensions of life.
Once In Royal David's City
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Review: Once in Royal David’s City, Queensland Theatre Company
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Yes No. The composer of the music, Henry John Gauntlett, was a talented man: a lawyer, musician, organ designer, journalist and editor.
He was the son of an English clergyman, and at only ten years of age he was appointed church organist in the town of Olney! He served in this position for the next ten years.
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In , at the age of forty-one, he was asked by Felix Mendelssohn to play the organ part in his oratorio, Elijah. Although Gauntlett wrote about 10, tunes, Irby , the one to which we sing the above carol, is likely the only one for which he is recognised today, and it is not known how the tune came to be partnered with the words.
As a lifelong member of the Army, she has loved these familiar - and some less familiar - songs for many years, and enjoys researching and writing about their origins.