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Time May Steal The Roses

Time May Steal The Roses

An arrangement of a folk song for 3 voices by Kathryn Davidson. The words existed as a broadsheet, a lyric page, collected by Frank Kidson.  Kathryn wrote the melody and arranged the piece as part of The Full English Community Choir day held at Sage Gateshead in 2014. 

 

 

Kathryn Davidson

Kathryn is Folk Strand Leader for Sage Gateshead’s Learning and Participation department and holds a degree in Folk and Traditional Music from Newcastle University.  Nationally sought-after as a choir leader and vocal tutor, her approach is flexible and tailored to her pupils. 

As a choir leader she creates bespoke arrangements of folk songs, often from her native Northumberland.  Her debut solo album The Lass will Not Learn was released in 2012 and she codirects the Folkworks Adult Summer Schools.  Kathryn worked on two schools projects for The Full English, and also ran a community choir event at Sage Gateshead drawing on material from The Full English digital archive.

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