A song I wrote In 2010 for my friends from the Landreth family in Owaka in Otago in New Zealand who were hosting a reunion of the descendants of Robert Landreth, a stonemason from The Borders region of southern Scotland, who travelled to New Zealand in 1850.
After a month away from the blogging, I’m back in the hope that my plan to compose some Zoom-friendly songs for choir will be spurred on by this declaration of my plan!
The Bridge Singers have tried another new thing – a live virtual concert and video launch. It was rather moving and lots of fun. It was also a technical challenge, but we coped admirably!
Lockdown February equals more choir stuff, lots of walking and maybe some composing.
The Bridge Singers’ Top 10 Songs from our Feb 2021 vote. We’ll be singing along on Feb 15th
The Bridge Singers’ plan for Burns Night 2021 is a virtual singalong of things we already know. Here’s our playlist!
An “air shanty” composed at the request of a friend for her husband who was retiring from the RAF in 2020.
What will I do in the new year? Compose, arrange, walk in mud, sing, tidy and sort. Maybe new things, yet to come into focus. I’ll met you know.
The Bridge Singers have kept on singing during December 2020 – individually and in teensy groups. We’ve produced some new videos too. Everything we’ve done is here in this Advent Calendar summary.
More attempts to keep my choir motivated, more arranging, more composing, ore videos of old songs, more walking, more leaping. This will be September, I think!