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December 24, 2008

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The tune was used by Frank Bridge in 1922 as the basis of a work for strings titled Sir Roger de Coverly(A Christmas Dance). H. E. Bates used the name Sir Roger to refer to a real hunted fox in the novel Love for Lydia.

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