Lindsay Music

We are so sad that this year we can’t all be together at the abcd Choral Leaders’ Festival, but thanks to abcd’s innovative thinking, we are able to be in a virtual get-together instead and we are delighted to support this initiative.

Even though we can’t be face-to-face, don’t forget that simply by emailing us (carole@lindsaymusic.co.uk) or by picking up the ’phone (01767 260815) we can chat and discuss your requirements. We enjoy talking to you!

Despite the lockdown we have continued to publish accessible titles that you will hopefully find really useful once we are all back singing together again:

  • SATB Repertoire Session will give you an opportunity to see and hear Peanut Vendor and Yellow Bird – both a cappella, arranged by Douglas Coombes
  • Children’s Voices Repertoire Session includes works by two female composers, Elizabeth Keetley-Smith and Laura Shur with Hodie Christus natus est and The Bells of Christmas Eve respectively.

Don’t forget that we are still able to supply a range of musical giftware with prizes, incentives and rewards in mind. Give us a call on 01767 260815 to find out the latest in our range, as well as the ever-handy Singers’ Oil, which is particularly useful for keeping the throat moisturised with all-natural ingredients, especially through the Winter months when we live in central heating.

Taking care of the voice is also a feature of It’s always a pussycat by Edward Caswell. This book has become a must-read for choral directors, who, as well as being musical director, find themselves in the role of vocal coach too.

It’s never too early to think about Christmas gifts so we draw your attention to our range of Composer Tea-Towels – ideal if you’re mailing your gift. Check them out on our website.

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You will also find details of a totally FREE RESOURCE – called Up Beat, with members from around the world.