Monthly Archives: October 2012

Got enough music?

You are the director of music of a busy church or cathedral choir. You have at least one eucharist service every week, possibly more. You also have at least one evensong each week, possibly one every day. And your repertoire … Continue reading

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Just in time for Christmas (2013, that is)

There are two new pieces in the catalogue, both with a Christmas theme. If you haven’t quite sorted out your Christmas services and concerts for this year, it’s not to late to consider Personent Hodie, by James Webb. It will … Continue reading

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Syllabic slurs

Syllabic slurs are those slurs that you see in vocal music, joining all the notes that are sung to a single syllable. I don’t actually like them, myself. The world would be better off without them, for two reasons. One, … Continue reading

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Introducing John Hosking

The newest composer to join the Chichester Music Press is John Hosking, and we’re delighted to welcome him aboard. Among other things, he’s the assistant organist of St Asaph’s Cathedral, as well as the organist of St Winefride’s Church in … Continue reading

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