It’s the summer holidays and that means sunshine, barbecues and lots of time to catch up on projects that have fallen behind over the end-of-term-madness…
All the days of your life
I’ve been mentioning a piece that I’m writing for Cantiana Choir for a while now but haven’t given you a whole lot of information. I was commissioned to write an anthem in memory of Alan Bayford, husband of MD Lissie Bayford and a close family friend. You’ll get a tiny sneak-peek here, but you’ll have to wait until the first performance on 21st December to hear more….
time-trace-place has certainly had an effect on me…
If you read my Reflections post over on the time-trace-place website, you might remember my plan to create a space for a collage of creativity. Last week, I saw half a door left on the side of the road by the bins…and I wanted it. It seemed like the perfect canvas. So, I brought it home (with many rests along the way!) and have slowly been preparing it in the garden until I can bring it indoors….
5 thoughts on “All the days of your life / a door”
Enjoying working on ‘All the days of your life’. Really strong feedback from the choir, who are all looking forward to the workshop on Saturday.
I’m so glad you’re enjoying it, Ken. I’m looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday! 🎶
really impressed with our workshop the other saturday. And with the piece itself.
Bass, Cantiana Chior
I’m glad you enjoyed it! I’m looking forward to seeing you all again in December 🙂