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Gareth Malone Voices

Author : Gareth Malone
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Gareth Malone: Voices is Malone's latest and most personal album, embodying his vision of the future for Choral music. After searching the UK for the most talented young voices in the country he formed a genre-breaking new group. Gareth Malone: Voices features the main tracks from the album, including one by Paul Mealor, selected and arranged for SATB Chorus - including full lyrics.

Choir Gareth Malone

Author : Gareth Malone
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The hugely popular Gareth Malone recounts the heart-warming stories and transformations behind the award-winning BBC2 series The Choir

Gareth Malone s Guide to Classical Music The Perfect Introduction to Classical Music

Author : Gareth Malone
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Have you ever been carried away by a piece of classical music? In this funny, evocative, personal eBook, previously published as ‘Music for the People: The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Classical Music’, Gareth takes us on a journey of musical discovery that explains and entertains in equal measure.

Gareth Malone s How To Enjoy Classical Music HCNF Collins Shorts Book 5

Author : Gareth Malone
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Collins Shorts – insight in an instant.

Directness and Indirectness Across Cultures

Author : Sara Mills
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This book analyses the complex relationship between directness, indirectness, politeness and impoliteness. Definitions of directness and indirectness are discussed and problematised from a discursive theoretical perspective.

London Slums to South Oxhey

Author : Terry Trainor
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Focus On 100 Most Popular Billboard Mainstream Top 40 Pop Songs Number one Singles

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Singing for Our Lives

Author : Campaign Choirs Writing Collective
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The Campaign Choirs Network is a loose affiliation of like-minded choirs across the UK sharing a belief in a better world for all and dedicated to taking action by singing about it; the Campaign Choirs Writing Collective is a part of that network. The book intends to inspire the reader to engage with this world: to find out more, to join a choir in their community, to enlist their local street choir to support campaigns for social change and, more generally, to mobilize artistic creativity in progressive social movements. It is an introduction to street choirs and their history, exploring origins in and connections with other social movements, for example the Workers Education Association, the Clarion movement, Big Flame and the Social Forum movement. The book identifies the political nodes where choir histories intersect, notably Greenham Common, the Miners’ Strike, anti-apartheid and Palestinian struggles. The title of the book is taken from a song by the respected American musician and activist Holly Near, and is popular in the repertoire of many street choirs. Exploring the role of street choirs in political culture, Singing For Our Lives introduces this neglected world to a wider public, including activists and academics. Signing for Our Lives also elaborates the personal stories and experiences of people who participate in street choirs, and the unique social practices created within them. The book tells the important, if often overlooked story, of how making music can contribute to non-violent, just and sustainable social transitions. The Campaign Choirs Writing Collective are Kelvin Mason, Jenny Patient and Lotte Reimer. Kelvin Mason is a writer and researcher with a background in social movement activism and academia, particularly participatory action research (PAR). Jenny Patient is an environmental campaigner with Sheffield Climate Alliance, engaged in action research on the future of energy-intensive industries in Yorkshire and the Humber. Her background is in teaching, community development and project management, and she loves to sing in the streets and on actions and is currently working on a Ph.D. at the University of Sheffield, UK. Lotte Reimer is an activist, singer, engineer and an environmental management consultant with a keen interest in promoting song as a political tool. She is a prime mover in the Campaign Choirs Network, a Natural Voice Practitioner, choir leader and member of the Natural Voice Network. Gavin Brown is Professor of Political Geography & Sexualities at the University of Leicester and Campaign Choirs Writing Collective academic adviser and editor. He has researched a range of LGBTQ social movements and has recently written a book about young people’s involvement in anti-apartheid solidarity activism in London in the 1980s.

Developing Public Managers for a Changing World

Author : Klaus Majgaard
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Volume 5 of Critical Perspectives in International Public Sector Management is comprised of three parts. The need for experimental learning in public management development, experimental learning formats and innovative teaching and transfer and value creation.


Author : J Yoon Irons
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This book provides an overview of the current evidence demonstrating the positive impact singing has on our physical and mental health and wellbeing. Including case studies that illustrate the power of singing, it also discusses potential barriers for singing and the strategies needed to overcome them in personal, cultural and societal contexts.