Do not Stand at My Grave and Weep

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Voicing: SATTBB a cappella

Duration: 3'10"

A setting of the optimistic sonnet "Do not stand at my grave and weep". The origin of this much-loved poem was a mystery for many years but it has now been shown to be the work of the American poet Mary Elizabeth Frye.

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Ways to obtain

To help choirs mark the Armistice centenary
the PDF version of selected songs,
including this one, is available for
free copying for performances in 2018.

to request a copy file.

Individual printed copies

£1.60 (+ p&p)



Bundles of 10 printed copies

Discounts apply*



For printed copies you can select the quantity later

*10% discount applies to 1st bundle, 15% to 2nd and subsequent bundles.