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'Apres un reve' G Faure

'Apres un reve' G Faure

Faure’s ‘Apres un reve’ (after a dream). It’s a French Art Song and one that is very well known. The text describes how sweet it is to dream but as one slowly awakens from a dream, it sadly disappears...Read more

Lucia di Lamermoor Cadenza (Part 1)

Lucia di Lamermoor Cadenza (Part 1)

Here is my singing tutorial on part of a Cadenza I shared yesterday inspired by Jessica Pratt singing the mad scene from Lucia di Lammermoor at Teatro dell'Opera di Roma! I thought I would quickly explain a little more a.....Read more

'The Salley Gardens' B Britten

'The Salley Gardens' B Britten

Today's song is an Irish folk song 'The Salley Gardens' arranged by Benjamin Britten. Folk songs are an important part of all music. Many song's we know and love originated as folk songs! I hope you enjoy!..Read more

Singing Tips from my Sofa 'Vi vi'

Singing Tips from my Sofa 'Vi vi'

Welcome to my second instalment of Singing tips from my sofa! Today we are working on aligning our voices using the consonant and vowel combination Vi! Thank you and happy singing!..Read more

'O mio babbino caro' G Puccini

'O mio babbino caro' G Puccini

'O mio babbino caro' by Giacomo Puccini from La boheme!..Read more

Singing tips from my Sofa - Exercise

Singing tips from my Sofa - Exercise

It was lovely to get some fresh air as part of my daily exercise today and in this weeks edition of #singingtipsfrommysofa I thought I would share some of the physical exercises I do before I sing. These exercises can.....Read more

'Pierrot' Debussy

'Pierrot' Debussy

Part of song cycle ‘Quatre chansons de jeunesse’ it’s about mime artist, you guessed it...Pierrot. Good old Pierrot, watched by the crowd, Having done with Harlequin’s wedding, Drifts dreamily along the boulevard of.....Read more

'V'adoro pupille' G F Handel

'V'adoro pupille' G F Handel

This song is from Handel's opera Julius Caesar. He wrote many operas and is regarded as one of the best writers for the Italian language even though he was born in Germany!..Read more

Singing Tips from my Sofa!

Singing Tips from my Sofa!

Hello everyone! I thought it would be nice to start sharing some singing tips! If you love to sing then give them a go. This first one doesn't really have a name other than 'brrrr' you'll see why.....Read more

'L'ombres des arbres' C Debussy

'L'ombres des arbres' C Debussy

Hello everyone!..Read more

Heimliches Lieben 'Franz Schubert'

Heimliches Lieben 'Franz Schubert'

When I am learning a song or ‘re-learning’ (I haven’t performed this song for a few years now) I like to go through it note by note, it takes a while but really helps the notes to stick. I had actually remembered this s.....Read more

Singing tips from my Sofa - Breathing

Singing tips from my Sofa - Breathing

Today for Singing tips from my Sofa, I’m talking about breathing. I little tip that can help with relaxing before singing. I build up from 4-5-6 seconds here as an example but you should do whatever feels comfortable .....Read more

‘Ach, ich fühl's’ Mozart

‘Ach, ich fühl's’ Mozart

Hello everyone! As promised for Fridays aria for #singingfrommysofa - my rendition of Pamina’s beautiful and haunting aria from ‘Die Zauberflöte’. Enjoy! Text: Ah, I can feel it, love’s happiness Is fled forev.....Read more

'O cessate di piagarmi; Alessandro Scarlatti

'O cessate di piagarmi; Alessandro Scarlatti

Hello everyone, I was a little under the weather yesterday so I am posting my Art Song Monday today instead for #singingfrommysofa. I thought I would explain the difference between an 'Art Song' and an 'Aria' becau.....Read more

Help us save the St. Mary's organ

Help us save the St. Mary's organ

With an introduction from renowned concert organist Gordon Stewart, followed by performances of some much-loved pieces by St Marys' very own Jeremy Plummer, we hope that this film demonstrates just how much a part of Hon.....Read more

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