Tags » Occam Singers

Thrum

A good week, all told, and fun, fun, fun.  We invited our immediate neighbours to help us break in the table and chairs for our terrace on Wednesday evening and ended up having a riotous time, most of it distinctly unbloggable.  284 more words

Composing

Seasons

Well, so much for promising to do some writing yesterday.  In the end the emails started arriving thick and fast, enquiries about 1215: Foundation Of Liberty… 348 more words

Composing

Lost in translation

After a busy few days around and about I am at home today, putting more notes into my latest competition entry.  As seems to be rather common, I am fighting with various ideas about the harmony, not always entirely sure what I am doing, but edging little by little towards some kind of coherence as I go along. 316 more words

Composing

Doors

The word “genius” is bandied about with depressing regularity in this day and age, usually in an entirely inappropriate manner.  What most people forget about genius as well is that it often walks hand in hand with sheer bloody hard work.  443 more words

Composing

Evening without carols

Tonight was the last meeting of the year for the Parliament Choir, and, having rehearsed, performed and signed off our carols in the space of three weeks, we are already onto opera choruses in preparation for next year.  284 more words

Composing

Psychedelic dragon

So what of the weekend? Saturday was calm by recent standards, although I needed to shift some work around in order to take poorly kitty back to the vet for a post-op check. 422 more words

Composing

The Occam Singers

  This SATURDAY evening…

Terry Hill (one of our Tenors) is singing with the Occam Singers at Holy Trinity, Guildford (big church at the top of the High Street). 24 more words
News