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The Abrsm Songbook Book 2: Selected Pieces And Traditional Songs In Five Volumes

The series features: Over 100 art songs, drawn from Grades 1-5 of ABRSM's Singing syllabus; A massive range of repertoire from the Medieval to modern musicals - many in practical new editions; Irresistible new arrangements by Carol Barratt of 18 classic songs


ISBN: 9781860965982

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The five-volume ABRSM Songbook series offers singers and their teachers an unrivalled choice of core repertoire that will provide the bedrock for many years of rewarding vocal study. The series features: Over 100 art songs, drawn from Grades 1-5 of ABRSM's Singing syllabus; A massive range of repertoire from the Medieval to modern musicals - many in practical new editions; Irresistible new arrangements by Carol Barratt of 18 classic songs; A rich collection of 60authentic unaccompanied traditional songs, sourced from around the world; English singing translations for every non-English-language song - many newly-commissioned; Useful notes on the songs containing background information and performance suggestions; CDs of piano accompaniments to all the art songs,performed by Simon Lepper, as well as recordings of the text to every song, performed by native speakers.

ISBN: 9781860965982

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