Noteworthy No 11

The Choir’s Newsletter is going on-line.  Your editors, Naomi Roseth and Richard Griffiths, are not quite sure what that means, but we are very conscious that most people now read newsletters from their organisations of interest on screens via the Internet.  So over the next few issues we will be trying out new ways of providing members and followers of the Choir with topical and stimulating articles with a broad musical interest, particularly where they involve members and friends of Manly Warringah Choir.

In the first on-line edition, the subjects are as varied as ever.  Just click on the heading to go to the full article.

From the President a column by our President, Roger Pratt
Brief Encounter – Naomi Roseth describes a short chance meeting a world-famous violinist.
Coffee Cantata – Many of us need a coffee to get us going in the morning – well, it’s nothing new!
Cataracts and Composers – Some of our favourite composers suffered from an ailment which is now readily treatable.
Karl Jenkins in New York – Three Choir members went to New York earlier this year to sing in the Carnegie Hall.
Every time it’s a miracle – Doug and Carolynn Everett found this quote from the book ‘The Elegance of the Hedgehock’ by 12 year old Paloma, writing about the power of music to bring people together.
Musical Travels – our President, Roger Pratt, reflects on combining family and music in his travels.
Quotes from famous conductors – taken from a book by the Scottish conductor, Christopher Seaman.
My favourite music – Naomi Roseth writes about her love of Brahms’ German Requiem.

 

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