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The latest volume of the innovative Multitude of Voyces collection of sacred music by women composers is now available from Stainer & Bell. Volume 3 contains 26 mixed voiced anthems for Advent to Candlemas ranging historically from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first. Together with Volume 1,

Samuel, Rhian: Lovesongs And Observations

Samuel, Rhian: Lovesongs and Observations

Rhian Samuel is a co-editor of the New Grove Dictionary of Women Composers and Professor of Music at London’s City University. She is an accomplished writer of choral music for amateur and student choirs. Women’s poetry is often the inspiration for her work, as is Lovesongs and Observations, six

Randle, Rhiannon: Like A Singing Bird

Randle, Rhiannon: Like a Singing Bird

SSAA unaccompanied (with solos) Commissioned by the BBC as part of the celebrations for International Women’s Day, and reflecting its theme of hope, Like a Singing Bird was premiered live on Radio 3 on 8 March 2015 by Sarah Connolly and the St Catharine’s Girls’ Choir, conducted by Edward Wickham....
Samuel, Rhian: The Shape Of Trees

Samuel, Rhian: The Shape of Trees

SATB unaccompanied (with divisions) The Shape of Trees was commissioned as the final piece in the BBC Singers’ project, ‘Seven Ages of Woman’, 2020; it sets a poem by Anne Stevenson about the fact that, in winter, when trees such as willows, beeches and birches have lost their leaves (‘their...
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