Joseph Corfe (arr.)
(1740 - 1820)

Fly, ye storms
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Corfe, organist of Salisbury Cathedral, 1792 - 1804, issued two sets of "Twelve glees.... composed from ancient Scotch melodies" in the early 1790s, to satisfy two contemporary enthusiasms: that for mixed sex social music, and that for all things North-British. The current arrangement comes from the second set.

The piece from which this arrangement was made remains unidentified; it is not discernibly Scottish.
Lyrics: Anon

Fly, ye storms, fly far away;
Nought but zephyrs fan the grove:
Chloe walks abroad today;
Breathe soft, ye swains, soft airs of love.