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Choral tradition

an historical and analytical survey fromthe sixteenth century to the present day.

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        LC Classifications1962
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        Paginationxvi, 135 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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You are, usually, given complete access they will give you a key to that space for rehearsals during the day and to store your vestments.

Lost and found: the English choral tradition

"Competition is a good thing. The point is that it neither comes from nowhere nor slavishly follows precedent. The award was subsequently won by two other professional choral tradition from the Twin Cities, VocalEssence and the Rose Ensemble. The entire town decorated buildings and streets. The society held concerts to which they sold tickets, raising funds to buy an organ for the church in which they performed and to purchase music for the Society. The hymn singing festival, also known as the Cymanfa Ganu thrived as people sang together in harmony from various hymn books, and Wales soon witnessed a surge in congregational singing also through the formation of the Eisteddfod.

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The choral tradition; an historical and analytical survey from the sixteenth century to the present day : Young, Percy M. (Percy Marshall), 1912

The Reformation: a new liturgy By the early 1500s, at least 50 English monasteries and abbeys had choirs, but these were swept away in the 1530s, dissolved by order of Henry VIII in his dispute with the Catholic Church of Rome. This living tradition remains the envy of choir-masters around the world. For the young choristers, this represents an unparalleled musical training ground, since they meet to choral tradition most days and will become familiar with a huge range of musical styles in the four or five years they typically spend doing the job.

The first May Musical Festival was such a success, a second was immediately planned for 1875.