After a coma of some ten years, this site has finally found itself a new webmaster. His first priority has been the re-editing of the current pages. And as a result the distorted composition scheme in Vaughan Williams’s Five English Folk Songs is now forced back into a shape that makes sense. The lay-out of the pages on the three partsongs has been adjusted, according to the author’s original intentions. Next on the list are some minor revisions of the original text, and the publication of parts two and three. And then this site will be ready to move on to new topics. The first of these will be the poetry of Emily Dickinson, but the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death will not pass unnoticed.