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Richard Nye
Richard Nye began his musical career as a chorister at Gloucester Cathedral and went on to study music at Southlands College, London. He has, over the years, combined a career as a teacher (he is currently Director of Studies at Dumpton School, Wimborne in Dorset) with his desire to compose. His work has been performed, published and recorded by a wide variety of individuals and groups both in the UK and abroad (including Canada, USA and Europe). 2006 saw Richard share a stage with Sir John Tavener and the first performance of a new commission, Colour Poems, by the Cheltenham Bach Choir, conducted by Stephen Jackson, to mark their 60th year. Future projects include a new work for eight hands on two pianos, an orchestral piece for children and a music theatre project with his friend and collaborator, Ian York.
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3031
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An atmospheric depiction of colours and moods by a new name in the Canasg catalogue, composer Richard Nye. Based on words by Charlotta Skule, and first performed by the Cheltenham Bach Choir in 2006, under Stephen Jackson's direction. 5m 30s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Richard Nye. Words: Charlotta Skule.
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4026
SATB chorus with descant, treble solo, children’s choir, organ, optional trumpet and timpani
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A charming narrative anthem for the adventurous church or school choir, telling the Christmas story from the point of view of one of the shepherds. 4m 30s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Richard Nye. Words: Mandy Anson.
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