The Brief: Compose a song for The Bridge Singers to be performed at their “Magical Glass” concert in June 2017. The topic of the song to relate to a window in St. Michael’s Church, Felton (the venue for the concert) which is in need of repair. The Window: It’s at the back of the church […]
Three stories about maintaining friendships and a chanty song make up this collection of resources for teachers which primarily were aimed at Year 3 students in Yorkshire.
April will be the month I finish off the composing of my new piece for The Bridge Singers: The Quiet Window. For the first part of the month at least I will fill you in on progress made.
The story of the song The Felton Sycamores in the form of a radio documentary, with notes and photos!
It’s a song about glass: industry, art, usage, history, beauty. It’s also a bit of a drinking song!
A rollicking, quirky song about red telephone boxes composed for Alison Rushby and The Bridge Singers of Northumberland for their “Bridges, Rivers And Other Village Friends” recital in May 2016.
It’s a song about making new friends, and all the activities we did as part of our Community Cohesion Days with Year 3 students at Wakefield Cathedral in 2016.
It’s a new reworking of an older song with lyrics, inspired by Cheryl’s grandfathers, appropriate for Remembrance Day.
A Christmas Eve song of a miner at work underground looking forward to a day off tomorrow and all the happy sensations that brings.
It’s a cheery carol inspired by the history of Wakefield’s Chantry Chapel. It also works as a partner song with The Holly And The Ivy!