The long road to the heavenly city Hierusalem starts at Rosslyn Hill Chapel

Re-printed with the permission of the Hampstead and Highgate Express

Ask people these days who George Dyson was, and the answer would probably involve vacuum cleaners. But it would be the wrong answer, because Dyson was a composer - of some eminence in the 1930s/40s when he was Director of the Royal College of Music and got a knighthood for it, but largely forgotten now except by singers brought up in the Anglican tradition who will know his settings of the canticles. Dyson in D, in E and so on.

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Author: Michael White
Magazine: Hampstead and Highgate Express
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