Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Long Day Closes

‘This is the best-known part song by Arthur Sullivan published in 1868, before his long collaboration with W S Gilbert. The term part song is used for a song written for several vocal parts, usually with the highest part carrying … Continue reading

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April is in my mistress’ face

Lucky with this one because some other kind soul had uploaded a copy onto the Musescore website, and it only needed minor tweaks as far as I could see. Go here

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The Heavens are telling

And more parts, coming thick and heavy now.  Little bits of information about Haydn below Composers Page

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The Blue Bird

Have added parts for this, here About Stanford

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Linden Lea

These ones having been kicking around awaiting the final in/out decision for the summer concert. Did you know that Vaughan Williams lived in Meldreth for a few years?   See here Soprano Alto Tenor Bass

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If Ye Love Me

These were done a couple of weeks ago before I’d got the hang of the screen recording programme a bit better, so the alignment is a bit wonky. Parts here  If Ye Love Me

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The Lion King

This has been a messy one to transcribe so hope it’s useful.  Couple of points, I’ve added some bits of the piano part to give a lead-in to bars that would otherwise be isolated.  Also you’ll have to imagine the … Continue reading

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