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Sing Britannia! SATB

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Editor: Jackson, Stephen

Series: Concerts for Choirs

Department: Choral - Choral Collections

Instrumentation: SATB, Piano

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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CalmoAll you need for your perfect Proms finale concert

'Sing Britannia!' contains all you could possibly need for your ideal Proms finale concert. The pieces have been selected, edited and many newly arranged by Stephen Jackson (Director of the BBC Symphony Chorus), who has trained the choir for innumerable 'Last Night of the Proms' concerts and whose arrangements for this rousing celebration have
been broadcast and televised worldwide.

Concerts for Choirs
Boosey & Hawkes new Concerts for Choirs series is an innovative approach to concert planning for choirs. Each volume contains a wealth of material to help the choral director assemble a concert programme - all from one volume. The anthology draws on the vast Boosey and Hawkes archive and also includes many specially-composed or newly-arranged pieces.


Contents and Reviews


1. The National Anthem (arr. Benjamin Britten) 2. Zadok the Priest (Handel) 3. I was glad (Parry) 4. Land of Hope and Glory (Elgar) 5. Fantasia on British Sea Songs (arr. Stephen Jackson) i) Fanfare ii) The Saucy Arethusa iii) Tom Bowling iv) Sailor's Hornpipe v) Spanish Ladies vi) Home, sweet home vii) See, the conqu'ring hero comes viii) Rule Britannia! 6. Jerusalem (Parry) 7. Four Songs for 'Proms in the Park' (arr. Stephen Jackson) i) Ar hyd y nôs (trad. Welsh tune) ii) The Road to the Isles (trad. Scottish tune) iii) Danny Boy (trad Irish tune) iv) The Rio Grande (trad. English shanty) 8. Better is Peace from 'The Armed Man' (Karl Jenkins) 9. Auld lang syne (arr. Stephen Jackson