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Choral Chihuahua is a podcast in which British choral directors chat about things that matter to them: composers they love, points of technique, classic but also niche choral works, other groups and singers they admire. With a light touch, Eamonn Dougan, Robert Hollingworth and now also Nicholas Mulroy chew the choral cud about how (and why) you do it and what they've learnt along the way. Choral Chihuahua is brought to you by I Fagiolini and University of York Music and produced by Polyphon ...
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Eamonn & Robert 'get French' but also enjoy Echo Ensemble's new CD 'Innocence' and drop into the York Early Music Festival. Music by Machaut, Ravel, Anna Rocławska-Musiałczyk & anon LINKS : www.tenebrae-choir.com/learning-connection/classroom-singing thesixteen.com/freevideos/eamonns-top-tips-creating-space/ www.echo-choir.com/innocence www.apotrop…
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Robert is in rural Kent, just down the road from Canterbury Cathedral, chatting with back row singers from three cathedrals including WINCHESTER. He also remembers the Nigel Perrin, top line of the original Kings Singers, with Nigel's colleague Alastair Hume. TRACKS : (1) Gabrieli Jackson - Sancte Deus; Canterbury Cathedral Choir / David Newsholme …
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Eamon and Nicholas bring you some of their favourite Bach Cantatas. TRACKS : (1) Johann Sebastian Bach - Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12: II. Chorus "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen"; Collegium Vocale Gent / Philippe Herreweghe - Listen on Apple Music https://apple.co/3XC892h (2) Johann Sebastian Bach - Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft, BWV 50: N…
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Robert chats to Sammy about his new album of Monteverdi / Purcell and songs from South America 'De pasión mortal' and learns about the history and music of the Clergy Support Trust's May festival. Also a development with the 'Music & Pregnancy' episode. Listen to De pasión mortal by Nicholas Mulroy on Apple Music https://apple.co/3wZ1gNB Support th…
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What is new music? And new when? How tricky does it get for singers? Can composers hear what they write? Could they in 1375? Fascinating discussion with composer James Weeks and Lucy Goddard of Exaudi Vocal Ensemble which has attempted the parts other ensembles daren't reach! TRACKS : (1) Michael Finnissy - Tom Fool's Wooing; Exaudi Vocal Ensemble …
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In the third episode about issues facing female singers, Eamonn again talks to Dr Jenevora Williams and Charlotte Mobbs about how physical and mental changes affect singing, with contributions from several female colleagues. TRACKS : (1) Tomás Luis de Victoria - Ne timeas Maria; The Sixteen / Harry Christophers - Listen on Apple Music https://apple…
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Open your eyes and ears to the US choral scene, and be surprised! Christiana Howell and Luthien Brackett tell Sammy and Robert about the wealth of choral music in the US, from schools to spirituals, social change and MONEY... TRACKS : (1) Trad. Arr. F.M. Christiansen - Beautiful Savior; St. Olaf Choir / Anton Armstrong / Kelly Becker - Listen on Ap…
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Eamonn Dougan kicks-off our eighth season, talking choral conducting with guests Patrick Russill, Hilary Campbell and Jack Apperley. TRACKS : (1) Tomás Luis de Victoria - Tantum Ergo; Choir of the London Oratory / Patrick Russill (2) Judith Weir - Love Bade Me Welcome; Eric Ericson Chamber Choir / Fredrik Malmberg - Listen on Apple Music https://ap…
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A Christian service performed on only three days of the year: just before Easter, focussing on the darkness of life without Christ. Insightful chat from Sammy, Robert and (finally) Eamonn with brilliant performances from I Fagiolini (Victoria), Tenebrae (Gesualdo), Les Arts Florissants (Couperin), Trinity Cambridge (Poulenc) and Gesualdo Six (Joann…
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Revd Canon Dr Victoria Johnson - outgoing precentor at York Minster and incoming to St John's College Cambridge - gives Sammy and Robert some context on Lent while they listen to plangent and powerful tracks by Dobrinka Tabakova, Buxtehude, Tallis (natch) and Bairstow. (THIS EPISODE DOES NOT CONTAIN JAMES MACMILLAN'S MISERERE. BUT IT SHOULD.) Follo…
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Robert tries to understand where singing and music are in schools in 2024 and gets a summary from Tim Burnage on how things have changed. He talks to Thomas Leech, director of the Diocese of Leeds Schools Singing Programme and we also hear from Eamonn in Dublin on a new initiative run by Chamber Choir Ireland. Follow Thomas Leech on X Find out more…
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Clare Wilkinson, Sammy and Robert chat about what matters when singing or listening to polyphony - mostly in Renaissance music but relevant more widely. Some good tips in this one for singers - and even conductors! Follow Clare Wilkinson on X Find out more about Cambridge Early Music Summer Schools TRACKS : (1) William Byrd - Mass for Three Voices:…
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...or IMPENDING DOOM. Nicholas has an actually very light-hearted chat with Ellie Slorach of Kantos Chamber Choir and Harry Bradford of Recordare about the journey with their young choirs so far, while Robert tries to remember what it felt like back in 1986 with I Fagiolini... www.kantoschamberchoir.com www.recordarechamberchoir.co.uk TRACKS : (1) …
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We're back! Our spring season ('spring' is a bit 'hopeful' at the moment and also autumn for southern hemisphere listeners) opens with a look at vocal jazz in the cool company of the sextet, STANDARD DEVIATION. Ever tried it yourself and wondered just how it works? Now you can. Robert is joined by Tegan Eldridge, Olivia Hugh-Jones, Nell Norman, Hug…
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Eamonn, Robert and Sammy finally make it to the same room for mulled wine, mince pies and some intriguing Christmas tracks. Virtual champagne is opened to celebrate 50 episodes of the podcast. TRACK LISTING : Trad. Arr. Stephen Sametz - Gaudete Chanticleer Peter Warlock - The Rich Cavalcade Allegri Singers / Louis Halsey John Rutter - What Sweeter …
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Charlotte Mobbs and Dr. Jenevora Williams are back to talk to Eamonn about how the menopause affects singing. A REALLY USEFUL episode. [See also 3 eps back: ''Everything you wish you’d known about hormones and the voice"] TRACK LISTING: Vivaldi - Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi / Richard Vendome Trio Bulgarka - Nauchil Sa…
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Are we all a teeny weeny bit obsessed with slow-moving choral music? Isn't it fun to sing something fast? Robert and Sammy go for a short ride in a fast choral machine, with the help of Stef Conner, Joanna Marsh, Roderick Williams, Cheryl Frances-Hoade and Bernard Hughes. TRACK LISTING : (mostly 'sections from') Monteverdi - Io mi son giovinetta Co…
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Robert and Eamonn finally meet and talk: commissioning, a South African project 25 years on and at the National Youth Girls Choir course introduce Carris Jones (the first female back row singer at St Paul's Cathedral) and Joanna Tomlinson. Also why you should blow bubbles into your drinks after all. TRACK LISTING : Monkitsi Seoketsa - uJehova I Fag…
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Robert talks to vocal coach / young voice specialists Charlotte Mobbs and Dr Jenevora Williams about physical and mental issues facing young females as they go through puberty and voice development. TRACK LISTING : Carole King - (You make me feel like) A Natural Woman Aretha Franklin Gustav Holst - Ave Maria National Youth Training Choir / Greg Bea…
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Nicholas goes to St Paul's Cathedral to talk to master of the choristers Andrew Carwood and Byrd scholar Dr Katie Bank (of Byrd Central) about their passion for William Byrd's music. Is Peter Phillips right? Do audiences like Tallis while singers prefer Byrd? TRACK LISTING : Byrd - Fantasia BK62 (excerpt) Christian Wilson, organ Byrd - Lord, in the…
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A rather tired Robert and Nicholas chat with Julia Doyle immediately after sessions for a premiere recording of a fabulous four-choir mass from 17th century Rome. [Recorded July 1st] TRACK LISTING: Orazio Benevoli – Missa Tu es Petrus (Various sections) - I Fagiolini / Hollingworth Orazio Benevoli – Missa Si Deus pro nobis (two excerpts) - Le conce…
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Meet Robert Quinney, director of music at New College, Oxford: also young professional singer Ellie Stamp. Thomas Guthrie, Nicholas Mulroy and Robert Hollingworth continue to muse on creativity and STUFF. TRACK LISTING: Howells - Magnificat from New College service New College Choir, Robert Quinney Deborah Pritchard - Nunc Dimittis from New College…
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An improbable sixth season begins with an oblique response to the recent John Eliot Gardiner incident. Singer/opera director Thomas Guthrie joins Nicholas Mulroy and Robert Hollingworth to mull things over. In New York, Nicholas talks to director Aria Umezawa and singer Isaiah T Bell with an alternative view on hierarchy in the rehearsal room. Also…
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Robert drops in on the Sixteen’s Genesis 16 programme for young choral singers and talks to the singers and grumpy old Eamonn, and the ep ends with an interview with Sarah Latto of Echo Vocal Ensemble, former G16 and now running her own choral groups. TRACK LISTING : Trad. arr. Gustav Holst - I love my love Genesis 16 / Eamonn Dougan (in rehearsal)…
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Eamonn is running a singing course in Italy with some older singers who have a post-Covid perspective on singing in choirs. Lots of interesting technical tips in this one plus lovely and unfamiliar late 16th century Italian music. TRACK LISTING : Luca Marenzio - Iniquos odio habui The Sixteen / Eamonn Dougan Claudio Monteverdi - T'amo, mia vita’ I …
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While we all enjoy the musicianship and the inevitably brief treble career of Malakai Bayoh, Nicholas talks to Scott Price, Director of Music at Cardinal Vaughan Memorial [state] School, London, and Anita Morrison, who has taught boys (brilliantly) at London Oratory School, St John's Cambridge, Westminster Cathedral and St George's Chapel Windsor. …
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Robert and Nicholas meet up after a few weeks off to mispronounce Norwegian (twice), talk Monteverdi (again) and to 'get Marian' with Victoria (natch) Song of Songs and Cecilia McDowall. Te' Jondalen Og Fri Trad.etter Ivar T.Dahl / Agnes Buen Garnds Arr.Henrik Ødegaard / Grete P.Helgerød Oslo Chamber Choir / Grete Pedersen Cecilia McDowall - There …
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Sammy (they've given up calling him Nicholas), Eamonn & Robert blow away the cobwebs to welcome in music for SPRING. Lili Boulanger, Guillaume de Machaut, Caroline Shaw, Peter Warlock and Monteverdi (not Zefiro torna either) - with the Carice Singers, Gabrieli Consort, Gothic Voices, The 24 (Uni of York), Orpheus Vokale Ensemble and Concerto Italia…
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Emergency ep: Eamonn and Robert dip their toes into the dizzying breadth of repertoire of The BBC Singers. Could be a useful introduction to decision makers that don't know the group that well... Music by Ravel, Boulez, Gabriela Lena Frank, Laura Mvula, Brumel and Bernard Hughes. #WeAreTheBBCSingers TRACK LISTING: Pierre Boulez - Le soleil des eaux…
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Eamonn, Nicholas and Robert trawl some mostly unusual repertoire for Lent and Holy Week. Giovanni Croce - Mascarate da Furlani (1590) I Fagiolini / Robert Hollingworth Dawn Walters - Pro dolorosa Eius passione (2021) Swan Consort / Anita Datta Poulenc - Vinea mea electa (1938) Bavarian Radio Chorus / Peter Dijkstra Rocío Jurado - La Saeta al Cristo…
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In a Norway as snowy as 'The Cold Scene' from King Arthur, Robert and new regular presenter Nicholas Mulroy work with friend and violinist, Bjarte Eike - the creative playboy behind Barokksolistene and The Alehouse Boys - and find that play has a serious place in music-making. Purcell - Curtain Tune (Timon of Athens) - The Alehouse Sessions / Barok…
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In the space of a single morning but several coffees in York, Robert meets Roderick Williams the night after he premieres a new version of Dichterliebe in English, T.J.Callahan to find out what Shape Note singing is, and asks singing teacher Susan Young what three things she thinks choral conductors would benefit from knowing. TRACKLISTING - Schube…
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Robert and Eamonn just about made it through the autumn - even a brief encounter in Dublin - and chat through recent times, looking forward to 2023. After lockdowns and the post-crisis desperation for work, has anything changed? Music by Kim Porter, Thea Musgrave, Judith Weir, H.Diack Johnstone, Monteverdi and some 16th century pluckers. Performanc…
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In a little square somewhere in southern Spain, Robert and Nicholas Mulroy enjoy Spanish music and Spanish food, remember good teachers, think about Leonardo da Vinci - and some interesting words (incl. Marmalade and Guadalquivir). Warning: INCLUDES CASTANETS. TRACK LIST: Anon: Tres morillas - Aliki Kagialoglou Anon: Su, su, su, su - Cantoría Josqu…
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...or 'Eight go to Düsseldorf'. British vocal groups give concerts all over continental Europe all the time. This is a little story about what it's really like to be on one of these trips: I Fagiolini singing at the 'Herne Early Music Days' in Germany on November 20th, 2022. Spinal Tap, eat your heart out. Support this show http://supporter.acast.c…
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Robert talks to one of the original King's Singers that sang for the group's first 25 years. Countertenor 2 Alastair Hume throws light on those heady days, prime-time TV appearances, the glam (or not) of touring, (singing outdoors under corrugated iron in Darwin Australia but in full tails) and chooses some favourite moments. A happy listen - and a…
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Helped by a glass of whisky, Robert and Eamonn reflect on their parents' love of music and how that affected them. Music by Flanders & Swann, S.S.Wesley, Victoria, Victoria (de los Angeles) and Byrd. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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How do you start some sort of a career in (choral) singing? Robert meets seven young'uns who have been in the UK business from a few months to a few years and hear their take on it all. Their musical choices range from Caroline Shaw, Bax and weird 17th century polyphony to groups such as Roomful of Teeth, Poeme Harmonique and the Finzi Singers. Rec…
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Eamonn and Robert are back to chew the choral cud - this week about autumnal projects. Music by James MacMillan, Billiam Wyrd, Joanna Marsh, Eoghan Desmond - and J.S.Bach in absolute rip-roaring form: why isn't the Gloria from his F Major Lutheran Mass available on the NHS? Performances by The Sixteen, I Fagiolini, Fretwork and the Gabrieli Consort…
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Robert and Eamonn do lazy Poulenc, angry Monteverdi, fizzy Bach and remember a Whitacre moment. Also salad - but why the disgusting rucksack? Featuring The Sixteen, Polyphony and I Fagiolini. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Robert gets out and about, visiting an old flint church in a Kent field on the Pilgrims' Way, with a history of singers (Deller x 2), early music, a puddings fixation and 10 Midsummer concerts. A feast from The City Musick, Fieri Consort, Swingles, the Rameau Project, Marian Consort and the four natural trumpets of Spiritato. Support this show http…
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'Tenors and basses - would anyone like to conduct?' Ouch. Meet Rachel Staunton, director of London Youth Choirs. Inclusive by nature: also keen to espouse the chip butty (non-UK listeners, apologies). Inspiring episode and a must for anyone who in interested in what choirs could be and mean! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/choral-chihu…
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'And I believe you were once arrested in Ecuador...' Meet tenor Nicholas Mulroy - Monteverdi and Bach specialist but so very much more: the soul of many I Fagiolini projects, thinker about art, assistant director of the Dunedin Consort but with strong musical interests in South America. A joyful episode. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com…
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Coming late to (professional) composition, Cecilia McDowall is now one of the most prominent composers of the UK music scene, particularly well known in choral circles but with more plans for the future than seems decent. Meet her and hear some quite haunting pieces, with performances by The Sixteen, Sospiri, Susanna Fairbairn, Cleveland Chamber Ch…
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Eamonn and Robert enjoy piercing Rubbra, Bertolusi and Monteverdi - can that dissonance really be right? We finally get to hear Eamonn singing (Purcell) and another top hit from the Vox album. Also, who is Julia Donk? Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Robert's favourite piece of 20th century choral music is 'Les Cantiques des cantiques' (The Song of Songs) by Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur from 1952. It's a 12-voice tapestry of choral sensualité that takes your breath away. Eamonn and Robert introduce it and ask why it's not more performed. (Spoiler: current time-sensitive discount offer on buying the s…
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Eamonn and Robert talk about two new albums: I Fagiolini's 'Draw on sweet night' of John Wilbye madrigals and The Sixteen's 'An Old Belief', featuring Parry's 'Songs of Farewell'. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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