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Introduction to playing folk music: working with intermediate and advanced players new to folk music
Written by Rob Harbron In January 2016, Miranda Rutter and Rob Harbron spent four sessions working with the Reading String Orchestra – the senior string ensemble of Berkshire Maestros, the Berkshire Music Hub. In addition to Rob and Miranda’s...
   
Six Folk Arrangements for Youth Ensembles
Six Folk Arrangements for Youth Ensembles by Laurel Swift This resource contains arrangements of six traditional English folk tunes that were created for use on the English Folk Dance and Song Society’s youth programme, from 2012 to 2015. This...
   
Vocal Warm Ups
Vocal Warm Ups Vocal warm ups are great ways to start sessions with children, young people and adults. It is considered good practice to warm up the voice gently with a range of physical stretching and breathing exercises, and then start...
 
Here We Come A-Wassailing - Ian Stephenson
Here We Come A-Wassailing An arrangement of a folk tune from Newcastle for Wind Band and optional choir by Ian Stephenson. As part of The Full English learning programme, Ian Stephenson worked closely with Edwin and Jessica Holmes in the...
 

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