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The much-loved Sussex Carol is performed the world over at Christmas time, but which composer gave rise to its name?

The carol was documented after the composer heard it being sung by Harriet Verrall of Monks Gate near Horsham, West Sussex, in 1904.

The carol was documented after the composer heard it being sung by Harriet Verrall of Monks Gate near Horsham, West Sussex, in 1904.

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Correct answer: Ralph Vaughan Williams


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