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Voiceworks 2 : A Further Handbook for Singing

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Voiceworks 2 is a second inspired collection of 66 fabulous songs including material to stretch more confident groups. Every bit as practical and accessible as Voiceworks 1. BL Lively and simple ideas for Key Stage 3 (Scottish levels D and E) BL Ideal for youth choirs, school groups, county youth choirs, and choral groups of all ages and experience BL 66 songs, from simple unison to four-part harmony BL Vast range of repertoire and styles from around the world BL Songs for warm ups, rehearsal use, and concert repertoire BL Most songs unaccompanied, or with simple accompaniments for keyboard or guitar BL A complete lesson or rehearsal plan for each song BL Vocal warm ups and general advice included BL Double CD contains performances plus support material BL Photocopiable pagesshow more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 272 pages
  • 221 x 294.6 x 17.8mm | 861.84g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193435500
  • 9780193435506
  • 428,969

Table of contents

3-way canon blues ; Ah, Robin, gentle Robin ; Alleluia ; Bad moon rising ; Banaha ; Ba-nu-wa ; Barbara Ann ; Be cool ; Black is the colour ; Blue moon ; Boom Chicka Boom ; Cantate Domino ; Chicka-hanka ; Cum decore ; Dodi li ; Eighteen hammers standin' ; El haderech ; Everywhere we go ; Fine knacks for ladies ; Freedom train ; Generation gap ; Go down Moses ; Goodnight, sweetheart ; Green, green ; Hari coo coo ; Hashivenu ; Himmelflugt ; I want to be ready ; Janie Mama ; Jazz Gloria ; Keep it good ; Kyrie eleison ; Listen to the lambs ; Mirror, mirror on the wall ; Mweya m'tsvene uyai pano ; Ndi Jesu chete ; O hush thee my baby ; Oliver Cromwell ; One of these fine mornings ; Pastime with good company ; Posakala mila mama ; Quelle est cette odeur agreable ; Sarana ; She died, she did! ; She moved through the fair ; Shoshone love song ; Si' down, servant! ; Somagwaza ; Sto me ; Streetseller ; The battle of Jericho ; The hand-jive ; The storm is passing over ; There was a young woman of Ryde ; There's a girl that I love ; Three Gregorian Chants - Hodie Christus natus est, Veni Creator Spiritus, Pange lingua ; Trampin' ; Tris kopelles lijeres ; Trubte v trubu ; Wayfarin' stranger ; Yenamanoa ; Zion me wan' go homeshow more

Review quote

OUP has a winning formula with its Voiceworks series. Each volume is a valuable resource full of attractive songs in a wide variety of styles designed to capture the imagination of young singers. And, if my recent experience of adjudicating school and community choirs at local festivals is anything to go by, children really enjoy performing Voiceworks items . . . A hallmark of the Voiceworks series is that every book is a complete teaching resource with photocopiable pages, excellent teaching notes full of practical help and ideas for learning and performing each item, as well as much sound technical advice on how to encourage children to sing well and enjoy themselves. Christopher Field, Music Teacher, July 2007 The musical materials are invariably well-chosen, tuneful and fun. Moreoever, almost all the pages can be photocopied, so there's no need to buy multiple copies of the book (Hunt is big on rote learning). This monumental enterprise is clearly a labour of love and belief, and there can be no leader of a school or community choir who could not benefit greatly from investing in this publication. * Matthew Greenall, The Singer, December 03 *show more

About Peter Hunt

Peter Hunt is the inspiration behind OUP's highly successful Voiceworks series, author of four of its titles, and series editor. He is a highly skilled teacher with extensive experience as a choral animateur, clinician, workshop leader, conductor, and arranger. He regularly conducts children's choirs and organises large-scale singing events with young people. The wealth of eclectic material in the Voiceworks series, and the useful teaching notes have made the series a significant contributor to the recent revival of singing and the development of confident singing leaders in the UK. Peter has delivered workshops and Inset training all over the UK, Ireland, Australia, and the USA, and has a reputation for lively, stimulating and highly informative sessions born of real practical experience in the classroom. Peter is Deputy Head of Berkshire Maestros - the young musicians' trust - the Hub which is delivering music education for young people across the county of Berkshire, UK.show more