Professor Jeremy Dibble talks about his new performing edition of C V Stanford’s Communion Service in C.
Lindsay Gray talks about the vital contribution that music makes to Christian worship, and also about what is happening on Music Sunday and how churches can get involved.
Sunday by Sunday Collection II (SbS2) is a photocopiable resource of 36 pieces for church choirs to sing at various points during the service of Holy Communion, or The Holy Eucharist.
David Ogden and John Rutter speak about the MYC CD ‘Out of the Stillness’, which was recorded in Marlborough College Chapel, Wiltshire. You also hear from MYC choir members Lydia Simpson and Philip Lawton.
In this podcast Geoff Weaver speaks about his new book of Christian songs from around the world, In Every Corner Sing, published by the RSCM. He discusses the relevance of these songs, not only in their original context, but to all who sing them.
Listen to this podcast about Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir (MYC) recorded during their 2007 course in Edinburgh. With the help of course members and staff, we take you “behind the scenes” as they prepare for services, concerts and a live broadcast.
John Barnard talks to Stuart Robinson about this follow-up to The RSCM Carol Book, a major photocopiable resource first published by the RSCM in 2005. The Revd Peter Moger also discusses the outline of a new Christmas Carol service, contained in the supplement.
This podcast features God of the Empty Space; a collection of seventeen new songs and choral pieces by John Pantry, published by the RSCM. Also taking part is Chris Norton, who arranged John’s songs for choir and congregation, keyboards and guitar.
This podcast features students speaking about the Sacred Music Studies course, which is run in partnership with Bangor University. Students are drawn from the British Isles and all over the world; they speak about their personal experience of the course, and how it has enhanced their understanding of the role of music in worship. You’ll hear material recorded at their own churches and at the course’s residential study week in Bangor led by Professor John Harper.
Complete with photocopiable vocal parts, a demonstration CD and training notes, the Voice for Life Songbook is a collection of warm-up songs, rounds, canons, songs in unison and for two parts or more.
This podcast offers hints and tips on how to use the book.