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Karl Jenkins - Requiem

The Requiem (2004) of Karl Jenkins is a very special piece to me. It is written for orchestra and choir (with a soprano solo part) and shakuhachi. 633 more words

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Hull City Of Culture 2017 - Highlights

For me, the most impressive event so far in Hull, City of Culture 2017, was the installation of ‘Blade’. You may have missed the installation, but the 75m turbine blade currently dominates Victoria Square. 444 more words

Reviews

Karl Jenkins - Motets - Layton

Label : DG
Format : Flac (image + cue)
Cover : Yes 98 more words

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Sunday Poetry - Rudyard Kipling

A few weeks ago I listened to Karl Jenkins’ beautiful Mass, The Armed Man, for the first time. I’d heard parts of it before but never listened to the whole piece. 307 more words

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Cantata Memoria: For the children

Whilst I normally only write something about concerts I attended in person I will be making one exception for this piece as I strongly believe it deserves this special attention. 469 more words

Concerts

Saturday, 8th October, 2016

A Plaid Cymru Victory!

     I can do no better this week than to start by asking you to watch this video.   Wasteminster’s “Welsh Secretary” makes an accusation, and – in my opinion – Leanne Wood makes him look a complete fool. 90 more words

Welsh Affairs

Durban Symphonic Choir to perform at St Joseph's Mariannhill

The Durban Symphonic Choir turns 50 this year and to celebrate, they are joining forces with the KwaZulu=Natal Youth Choir and the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra for a first-time performance of Karl Jenkins’ … 94 more words