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A Carol from Flanders

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The In Flanders Fields series

In Flanders Fields is a series of poignant and evocative choral works with a theme of reconciliation and remembrance, set to iconic texts by John McCrae and Rupert Brooke.

A Carol from Flanders was written in 2014 to commemorate the centenary of the famous World War One Truce. Frederick Niven's text is conveyed with memorable melodic material, the music effectively capturing the essence of this significant event, combining a calmness with a sense of poignancy.

ERRATA: bar 58 - Organ RH - first note should be B flat not B natural.

Douglas Mason began his musical training as a chorister in Gloucester Cathedral Choir under John Sanders. He subsequently read music at Durham University, and went on to train as a music teacher at Leeds University, also singing professionally as a lay clerk in the Choir of Leeds Parish Church at this time.

As a composer, Douglas focuses on choral works in particular, and he has also written and arranged music for schools. As a performer Douglas has sung on numerous television and radio broadcasts and appeared on recordings for several labels, including Abbey, Priory and ASC records. For several years he was also a member of the William Byrd Singers directed by Stephen Wilkinson.

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Cat No. RM732
Supplier Code RM732
Price £2.00
ComposerDouglas Mason
WordsFrederick Niven
CategoryCarols (mixed Voices)
PublisherRecital Music
SeriesIn Flanders Fields
ISMN 979-0-57045-732-8
EAN-13 9790570457328
Weight 14 grams
Published 18th August 2014
Availability 75 in stock
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