Repertoire: food and drink

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peter kingston
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Repertoire: food and drink

Postby peter kingston » 14 Apr 2012 07:05

Has anyone any suggestions for items (unaccompanied) for a chamber choir concert with the loose theme "food and drink" , please?

vaarky
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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby vaarky » 14 Apr 2012 22:24


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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby vaarky » 14 Apr 2012 23:01

Too bad the chocolate-related pieces on CPDL won't work for you (both call for accompaniment, and one is a solo piece).

Rupert_the_chocolate_angel_(David_Solomons)
The_Chocolate_Song_(Michael_Winikoff)

But searching on apples will have results including Billings, Palestrina etc.

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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby nolinesbarred » 01 May 2012 04:42

How about J.P. Rameau's Avec du Vin Endormons Nous?

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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby cjshawcj » 22 May 2012 23:55

O Bone Jesu (Robert Carver - geddit???)

IM'UO this motet is the solution to many problems - a Stirling piece of work

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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby vaarky » 23 May 2012 17:00

Youch, that's totally groanworthy.

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Re: Repertoire: food and drink

Postby cjshawcj » 31 May 2013 17:09

....or anything Dulichius.


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