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Alan Smith: In Flanders Fields: Arr. (John McCrae): Chœur Mixte et Accomp.

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COMPOSITEUR: Alan Smith
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partition vocale
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Partitions pour chorales
ÉDITEUR: Recital Music
In Flanders Fields is a series of poignant and evocative choral works with a theme of reconciliation and remembrance, set to iconic texts by John McCrae and Rupert Brooke. Alan Smith was born in London in1962 and spent his childhood in Croydon. He sang with various local choirs and attended the
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Compositeur Alan Smith
Arranger John McCrae
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Accomp.
Instrumentation Mixed Choir
Type de produit Partition vocale
Description Product Type Partitions pour chorales
Éditeur Recital Music
Période Post 1901
Nombre de Pages 8
ISMN 9790570454693
Edition Number RM469
RM469
Description
In Flanders Fields is a series of poignant and evocative choral works with a theme of reconciliation and remembrance, set to iconic texts by John McCrae and Rupert Brooke.

Alan Smith was born in London in1962 and spent his childhood in Croydon. He sang with various local choirs and attended the nearby Royal School of Church Music, where he began organ lessons with Michael Fleming at the age of ten. He was appointed as Organist andChoirmaster of a local church at the age of 16, and later became Organ Scholar at Kings' College, London, where he studied from 1981 to 1984. As part of his music degree, he specialized in composition, studying with NicolaLeFanu,David Lumsdaine and George Nicholson.

Following postgraduate training at the London Institute of Education, Alan began his teaching career. After working in various schools, he became Head of Music at HazelwickSchool, Crawley in 1990, a post he continues to hold. In the same year, he came to some prominence by winning the RSCM's annual composing competition. His successful entry, Let the Peoples Praise You, became his first publishedpiece and continues to be widely performed. Since then, his choral compositions have won several awards, most recently the Thornesian Prize in 2003 and an honorable mention in the 2004 Vanguard Premieres Competition.Alan's outputis predominantly of choral and vocal music, much of it written for specific choirs or occasions, and his catalogue runs to over 150 works. In the UK, his music is published by Animus, Curiad, Cantiones Press, Escorial Edition,Fagus Music and RSCM, while in America, he is published by Abingdon Press, CanticaNOVA, OUP, Pavane and Roger Dean.

Since 1998, Alan has been Director of Music at St Andrew's church in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, where helives with his wife and three children.
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