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  1. 12 rows · The closing song on the brilliant debut album, Procol Harum, "Repent Walpurgis" was .
  2. Now, what exactly does Repent Walpurgis mean, and how is the title related to the early Matthew Fisher tune? As the dictionary states, 'repent' is 'to be sorry for (wrongdoing)', while Walpurgis apparently was the name of some English princess who was spreading the Gospel in Germany some years ago.
  3. The Long Goodbye (The Symphonic Music of Procol Harum) was released in Strictly speaking, this is not a Procol Harum album; it was produced by Gary Brooker with various guest musicians many of whom are or were members of Procol Harum. For example, Robin Trower and Matthew Fisher appear on only one track – "Repent Walpurgis," which Fisher composed.
  4. Fortuna (Repent Walpurgis) procol harum sheet music - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. fortuna repe walpurgis by procol harum.
  5. Browser-resolution willing, here are some Repent Walpurgis openings written out in notation (thanks here to long-time PH fan Linda Clare). Below is the original, clean, simple in its construction, a four-bar phrase starting on tenor G, answered with a balancing melody an octave higher, where a more strident harmonic begins to wail in the.
  6. Celeste and the Repent Walpurgis oath! Got a great idea – gonna write a sonnet: How RW relates to the death of a dictator: In praise of the Symphonic Walpurgis: Many Walpurgises, and Robin's Procol audition: Matthew, Robin, BJ and Gary on equal terms: Notes on a stand-in's Repent Walpurgis: Prophetic Walpurgis foretells Procol history: Repent.
  7. Lyrics to 'Repent Walpurgis' by Procol Harum. Procol Harum Miscellaneous Pandoras Box PANDORA'S BOX.
  8. In modern British and American popular culture, Halloween is the night most associated with the nocturnal activities of witches and the souls of the dead. But in much of Europe the 30 April or May Eve, otherwise known as Walpurgis Night, was another moment when spirits and witches were thought to roam abroad. The life and death of Saint Walpurga, who was born in Dorset, England, in the eight.

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