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Amen - Camilleri* - The Joyful Company Of Singers, Peter Broadbent - Choral Works

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  1. Item Number: powermetal.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo Alto Solo and Double Choir with divisi unaccompanied (a reworking of The Bluebird by Charles Villiers Stanford, for Mezzo-Soprano and Double Choir, based entirely on the harmonies of the Stanford, which should always follow without a break - text by Mary E. Coleridge and Judith Bingham) - first performed by The Joyful Company of Singers, conductor Peter Broadbent, .
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  3. Charles Camilleri (7 September – 3 January ) was a Maltese composer.. Camilleri was born in Ħamrun and, as a teenager, composed a number of works based on folk music and legends of his native powermetal.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo moved from his early influences by Maltese folk music to a musical form "in which nothing is fixed and his compositions evolve from themselves with a sense of fluency and inevitability".
  4. Wednesday, June 26th, at am Our friends @tenebraechoir will be singing a programme of Russian choral music at St Bartholomew-the-Great in Smithfield on Mon 15th July. Described as the "current master of the Russian sound" by Classic FM, do catch this performance if you can!
  5. Official website - David Madeira, internationally performed composer of choral and instrumental works, hymns, and psalm settings.
  6. The Joyful Company of Singers has a new website where the latest details of the choir’s performances, recordings and videos can be found. Please go to powermetal.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo save the link as a favourite and register to receive all our future posts!

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