As you sing

9 secular concert works for upper voices

Neil Ferris (Redaktør) ; Joanna Tomlinson (Redaktør)

for upper voices with piano accompaniment and unaccompanied
A celebration of Oxford's popular Songbird series, this collection of nine original works for upper voices in two, three, and four parts meets the need for fresh concert repertoire for youth and women's choirs. Les mer
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for upper voices with piano accompaniment and unaccompanied
A celebration of Oxford's popular Songbird series, this collection of nine original works for upper voices in two, three, and four parts meets the need for fresh concert repertoire for youth and women's choirs. Featuring well-known composers such as Kerry Andrew, Cecilia McDowall, and Sarah Quartel, the collection includes a variety of styles and moods and a selection of pieces that are all melodically appealing and immediately approachable, with a contemporary twist. Texts from across the
years touch on a range of themes, from the empowering to the quirky, with a particular emphasis on the natural world. Performance notes from compilers Neil Ferris and Joanna Tomlinson provide invaluable tips for rehearsal and performance, making this a complete and practical collection for contemporary
upper-voice choirs.

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Neil Ferris is Chorus Director of the BBC Symphony Chorus, Artistic Director of the professional chamber choir Sonoro, Music Director of Wimbledon Choral Society, and Chorus Director at the Royal College of Music. He has worked with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, the National Youth Choir of Wales, London Symphony Chorus and the BBC Singers. He has conducted the London Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Orchestra of the Swan, the orchestra
of Welsh National Opera and Florilegium. Neil is recognised as one of the UK's leading teachers of choral conducting and has led masterclasses in the UK, USA, Ireland, and Denmark.

Joanna Tomlinson is the Music Director of the international award-winning Farnham Youth Choir, the Whitehall Choir, and Constanza Chorus. She teaches conducting for the Association of British Choral Directors and as a workshop leader has led sessions for UK Choir Festival and the Gabrieli Consort "Roar" and Philharmonia Orchestra education schemes. She has also worked with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Wales, and Poland, as well as BBC Symphony Chorus, London Symphony
Chorus, Royal College of Music Chorus, and Manchester Chamber Choir. Joanna trained as a singer at the Royal College of Music before turning to conducting and continues to work as a soloist and professional choral singer.