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Haslingfield Choir

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“是的,我理解。我完全理解,您是什麼意思??您現在,我想,您現 在的確說了實話了。您的話說得非常、非常之客氣,非常之委婉。可是我還 是正確理解您的意思了,非常確切地理解您了。??像您說的,您來看我, 是因為我一個人是如此的‘孤獨’——這句話說白了就是︰因為我死死地釘 在這張該死的躺椅上。這麼說,僅僅因為這個緣故您才每天顛顛地跑到城外 來,您只是好心好意地來照料這個‘可憐的、生病的孩子’——我不在場的 時候,你們大家大概都是這樣叫我的,我知道,我早已知道了。您只是出于 同情心才來的,是的,是的,我相信您了——您現在何必又要否認呢?您不 是一個所謂的‘好心人’嗎,您還很喜歡讓我父親這樣叫您呢。這樣的‘好 心人’對每一條挨了打的狗、對每一只長了疥瘡的貓都表同情——何不對一 個殘廢也表示一下同情呢?” 她把身子微微地撐起來一點。“您相信??您真心誠意地相信,用這種 新的治療方法,這事現在真的要了結了嗎???您想想看,前天我爸爸上樓 來告訴我,那時候我心里滿有把握??可是昨天夜里,我不知道怎麼搞的, 突然間心里害怕起來,我怕大夫搞錯了,跟我說了些假話,因為我??因為 我想起了一點事情。從前,我信賴大夫,信賴康多爾大夫像信賴親愛的天主 一樣。可是事情總是這樣的??起先是醫生觀察病人,可是時間一長,病人 也學會了觀察醫生。昨天——不過這話我只告訴您一個人——昨天,在他給 我檢查身體的時候,我有時覺得??是啊,這叫我怎麼解釋呢??我覺得, 他對方佛在跟我演戲??我覺得他是那樣的局促不安、假模假樣,不像從前 那樣坦率,那樣誠懇??我不知道是什麼緣故,可我覺得,仿佛他由于某種 原因,在我面前覺得羞愧??後來我听說,他打算馬上送我到瑞士去,我當 然高興極了??不過??不知道從哪兒??這話我只跟您一個人說——這股 無謂的恐懼還是一再悄悄地向我襲來??不過,這話您別跟他說,您可千萬 別跟他說!——我怕這種新的治療方法有什麼東西不大對頭??他似乎只是 想用這種方法來哄哄我,??或者說不定只是為了安慰安慰爸爸??您瞧, 這可怕的懷疑,我還是沒能擺脫掉。不過這能怪我嗎?要是人家老是跟你說, 病馬上就要好了,可是進展又是這樣緩慢,慢得可怕,又怎麼能叫你不懷疑 自己,不懷疑大家呢。不行,這無窮無盡的等待我真的再也受不了了!” 她激動地撐坐起來。兩只手不住地哆嗦。我趕快向她彎下身子。day映画狠狠撸 三十一狠狠干影音先锋最新版 “那好吧,到瑞士去休假,前往安加丁——這可真不錯啊!要是的的確 確像您設想的那樣,有入把這美事雙手捧著送到我面前來,甲不著我‘畢恭 畢敬’地左求右求,那當然是妙極了。不過除此之外,您爸爸還得在陸軍部 為霍夫米勒少尉先生這次休假去申請一筆特殊的旅行補助。” 責任是不能打退堂鼓的,少尉先生!我有義務事先向您發出充分的警告,我 們當大夫的,在每次做手術之前都有義務提請有關人員注意一切可能發生的 危險——向一個已經癱瘓了這麼長時間的姑娘許下諾言,說她在最短的時間 內就會完全治愈,這也是一個手術,這跟用手術刀進行的手術同樣責任重大。 所以請您考慮再三,您在承擔什麼樣的責任——一個人受過一次欺騙,再讓 他振作起來,這是需要難以估量的力量才能辦到的!我不喜歡說話含糊其詞。 我原來的目的是,立刻老老實實地向開克斯法爾伐父女講清楚,那種方法對 我們這種病例是無法使用的,遺憾的是,我們還得要求他們父女表現出很大 的耐心。在我放棄這個目的之前,我必須知道,我是否可以對您完全放心。 我能無條件地指望您,到時候不撂下我不管嗎?”哥哥干妹妹 我感到不寒而栗,大為震驚,太陽穴像有鐵錘在敲,越敲越猛。
Date: 
Monday 9th September
Produced by: 
Sound and Music in partnership with Making Music

The year-long Adopt a Composer project matches vocal and instrumental music groups from the vibrant leisure-time music scene with some of the UK’s most promising composers, culminating in a premi re performance and potential broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

This unique scheme challenges both music groups and composers to work together to create a brand new piece of music.

Adopt a Composer is run by Making Music in partnership with Sound and Music and funded by PRS For Music Foundation and the Philip and Dorothy Green Music Trust. It works exclusively with composers at the start of their careers, giving them crucial ‘real world’ compositional experience, as well as guidance from skilled mentors.

Since it began in 2000, Adopt a Composer has produced over 100 new commissions, with many of the composers going on to have success nationally and internationally.

Hannah Bujic, Co-Head of Artist Development, Sound and Music said:

"It’s fantastic to be welcoming a new cohort of composers and groups to Adopt a Composer. These collaborations are always fascinating to see develop and flourish, often resulting in truly unique works. We’re looking forward to supporting the composers and their partnerships in this stimulating and challenging programme."

Barbara Eifler, Chief Executive of Making Music said:

“Adopt a Composer’s popularity shows the leisure-time music sector’s appetite for new music and for their own artistic development. It is the leisure-time music sector which pioneers many living composers in every corner of the UK and this programme supports that leisure-time ambition excellently."

We are delighted to announce this year's Adopt-a-Composer pairings below:

Claire Victoria Roberts and Camden Symphony Orchestra


Originally from South West Wales, Claire studied music at Oxford University supported by a Choral Scholarship. Thanks to funding from the Thomas and Elizabeth Williams trust, she went on to complete an MMus in Violin Performance at the Royal Northern College of Music.

Awarded the prestigious Parry Williams prize, Claire embarked upon a composition PhD at Bangor University. She has written for BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Zubin Kanga, Anne Denholm, Gary Farr (BBC Philharmonic), The Fidelio Trio, O Duo percussion ensemble, Oliver Coates, Simon Desbruslais, and Psappha ensemble.

In addition to composing, Claire is violinist-vocalist with the UK's No.1 Western Swing Band 'The Swing Commanders'. She contributes regularly to Music Teacher Magazine and has written reviews for Early Music Magazine.

www.clairevictoriaroberts.com

Camden Symphony Orchestra is one of London's leading non-professional orchestras. They have been a mainstay of musical life in north London for nearly forty years with around seventy regular players. Under Musical Director Levon Parikian, CSO seeks to combine the familiar staples of the classical and romantic repertoire with less well-known and more challenging works. They rehearse on a weekly basis and perform three major orchestral concerts a year.

www.camdenso.org.uk

 

Carmel Smickersgill and Junior LCoM Ensemble Creative


Carmel is a Manchester based composer. She is the recipient of the 2019 Christopher Brooks prize with the Liverpool Philharmonic, resulting in a commission for ensemble 10/10 for November 2019. Currently she is the performer/ composer with SWIM, a new theatre production.
Previous commissions include Manchester Renaissance Ensemble, Manchester Peace Song Cycle, Brighter Sound and Galvanise Ensemble.

Her music has also been performed on Radio 3. As a performer Carmel currently performs the original score for SWIM the theatre production, as well as with multiple bands. She has previously been part of a collaboration between visual artist Liam Gillick and the band New Order. Having graduated from the RNCM, Carmel studied composition with Gary Carpenter.

www.carmelsmickersgill.co.uk


Ensemble Creative are a flexible ensemble featuring students and tutors from Leeds College of Music Junior LCoM. The ensemble was formed in 2017, and were invited to compose and perform a new hour-long work at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, funded by The Michael Tippett Musical Foundation. The players are capable improvisers and come from a wide array of musical backgrounds.

www.lcm.ac.uk/courses/Young-Musicians 

 

Rob Jones and The Edge Chamber Choir 

 

Rob Jones (b. 1993) is a composer and saxophone player from the UK. He completed studies at Birmingham Conservatoire (UK) and the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague (NL). His work as a composer has ranged from opera (Opera Forward Festival 2018, Amsterdam), puppet theatre and staged works to orchestral and chamber music. His music has been performed throughout the UK and Netherlands as well as in South Africa, Turkey, Croatia and France. More information about Rob can be found on his website.

www.obski.com

Based in Ludlow, the Edge Chamber Choir are a mixed-voice auditioned choir, achieving a high standard of singing and specialising in performances of works by mainly 20th and 21st century composers. Formed in 2014 by Ros Crouch, the choir has established itself as an important voice in the musical scene in the West Midlands, with a reputation for innovative and exciting programming.

www.edgechamberchoir.yolasite.com

 

Laura Shipsey and City of Bristol Brass Band

Laura Shipsey is a composer based in Hertfordshire whose music draws on ideas of movement, line, and juxtaposition. Originally a violinist, she first studied composition at Durham University with Eric Egan and Sam Hayden and later completed her masters with distinction under the supervision of Arlene Sierra at Cardiff University. 

Laura is currently a Britten Pears Young Artist and a featured composer of the Illuminate Concert Series. Recent projects include orchestral pieces Samara (for Aldworth Philharmonic) and Hatch (for Cambridge, Heidelberg, Montpellier Youth Orchestra), Juggernaut Island (for the Ligeti Quartet), and Speak, Rose (a mezzo soprano solo for NewCELF, Cardiff).

www.laurashipsey.com

The City of Bristol Brass Band are a dynamic prize-winning brass band who give inspirational performances throughout the South West, and include a thriving training band.

They were formed in 1936 as the Fishponds British Legion Band by HS Perry (a local boot and shoe manufacturer) and William George Cozens, latterly Lord Mayor of Bristol. The current MD is Ian Holmes ARCM ALCM, a well-known and widely regarded Bristol born musical director. Their mission statement is to play brass music to the best of their ability and perform at the highest level for the benefit of all.

www.cobbb.co.uk

 

Aileen Sweeney and Helensburgh Oratorio Choir 

Aileen is currently studying on the M.Mus Composition course at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, kindly supported by scholarships from The Dewar Arts Trust, The Countess of Munster and The Cross Trust. In 2017, she graduated from the RCS with a B.Mus (performance) with first class honours having studied classical accordion and composition.

Aileen has a varied career as a freelance musician. Her contemporary compositions are cross-genre, taking influences from her interest in Jazz and Scottish folk music. As an accordionist, she has performed with some of Scotland’s leading contemporary music ensembles in Scotland and in 2016, she founded the folk-fusion band Eriska. The band launched their debut album “At the Wrong Gig” in 2018 and are touring the album in Scotland and Switzerland this summer (2019).

Helensburgh Oratorio choir has been entertaining audiences with high-quality choral singing for fifty-six years. Recent concerts cover four centuries of composers from Purcell to Todd in classical, jazz and opera genres. To the delight of their audiences, drawn from residents in rural Argyll, Stirling, Clyde estuary and Glasgow suburbs, they perform choral works of the highest standard with professional orchestras and soloists. The choir is an Alumni of Distinguished Concerts Singers International, members having taken part in Todd’s Mass in Blue (2019) and Goodall’s Eternal Light (2016) in New York. Charity concerts have also been carried out in the Central Belt of Scotland.  

www.helensburghoratorio.co.uk

 

 

Jonathan Brigg and Sussex Folk Orchestra 

Jonathan is a Bradford-born composer, pianist and conductor currently teaching piano in London and working as a repetiteur for the ENO Baylis programme. Passionate about leisure-time groups, Jonathan has worked extensively with Cobweb Orchestra, and enjoys coaching choirs of all abilities.

As a composer Jonathan synthesizes musical styles, drawing on classical, jazz and popular music in search of new sounds and new meanings. His music has been performed by, among others, Stoop Quintet, The Animato Kwartet, London Philharmonic Orchestra/Foyle Future Firsts, Orkest de Ereprijs and PercusSing, in venues as diverse as the Vortex Jazz Club and the Royal Festival Hall.

www.jonathanbrigg.co.uk   

The Sussex Folk Orchestra are a group of musicians who meet to play traditional and contemporary folk music from around the world. Instruments played include guitars, mandolins, violins, accordions melodeons, concertinas, recorders, flutes and a cello. They go out and play wherever there are gatherings, for example, garden parties, local parks, fairs, festivals, fund raising events and lunch clubs.

www.sussexfolkorch.wordpress.com

 

Alex Paxton and Haslingfield Choir


In 2019 Alex was elected for the International Composition Seminar commission by Ensemble Modern and played/ recorded his concerto OD ODY PINk’d for improviser and Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO). Alex has written music for ensembles including: Ensemble Modern, LPO, Ensemble x.y Psappha, RSNO, BSO, OSO, NYJO. His piece SPAKE represented the UK in the Orchestral section of ISCM. Alex has been awarded a Leverhume Arts Scholarship and Helen Cohen Memorial Music Award.

He has written six operas hosted by: ENO, Helios, T te   T te, Second movement and Pelican Music. Alex’s Dreammusics Ensemble: unique virtuosic jazz /classical musicians, has been performed at Caf  Oto as part of Kammerklang. Extensively, Alex writes music for musicians in community settings; including opera NOGGIN and the WHALE.

www.alexpaxtonmusic.com 

Haslingfield Choir is a mixed-voice, unauditioned choir that has been performing since 1971. Under the musical direction of Paul Jackson since 2017, the choir has expanded its repertoire and membership age range, and now works with local schools wherever possible to introduce young people to the joys of choral singing, serving local communities in and around Cambridge. The choir performs in the beautiful 14th-century All Saints’ Church in Haslingfield, supported by its 40-piece orchestra. It has a commitment to programming new works on a regular basis, and is therefore delighted to be part of the Adopt a Composer scheme for 2020.

www.haslingfieldchoir.org.uk

 

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