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18 November 2010 2.08 PM

New Additions to ChoraLine Range! And we step out onto Facebook and Twitter...

New additions to ChoraLine range - and more coming soon!

In response to requests from our customers - and the composition of brand-new works - we've added some new pieces to our catalogue (you can browse the full range of ChoraLine CDs and MP3s here). You may already have heard about Karl Jenkins' new Gloria - but did you know we also offer Bob Chilcott's Jubilate and two of the fabulous Gilbert and Sullivan operettas - The Mikado and Trial by Jury?

And it doesn't stop there... Coming soon are Poulenc's Stabat Mater, some more Gilbert and Sullivan (with the Pirates of Penzance nearly finished, and Iolanthe and HMS Pinafore lined up next) and, still pretty warm off the presses at OUP last April, Chilcott's Requiem.

Obviously with all these on the way we're quite busy on the ChoraLine front, but don't let that stop you letting us know if there's a piece (or a collection) you think we should add to our catalogue! Get in touch with David at david@musicdynamics.co.uk to discuss further.

ChoraLine on Facebook and Twitter...

We've taken the plunge and set ourselves up with some social networking pages - ChoraLine now has a Twitter account and a Facebook page, where you can follow our musings and keep up to date with the latest news from us and the wider world of choral music! We'd love you to follow us at http://twitter.com/ChoraLineMusic, and join our Facebook page here.
18 November 2010 2.08 PM | Comments (12)
 

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We are pleased to confirm the SATb Voice Part reherasal CDs for Walton Coronation Te Deum are now available and the MP3 downloads are just being completed and should be available by the end of the week! Phew!
Andrew

Posted by: Andrew | 24 May 2012 4.38 PM
Have you made the ChoraLine Reherasal Cd for Walton Coronation Te Deum? Posted by: Geoff | 24 May 2012 4.35 PM
Hooray for your new download service - I LOVE it! Posted by: Diana | 22 February 2011 6.05 AM
I just wanted to say how easy the whole download process was - thanks Posted by: Elizabeth | 20 January 2011 10.30 AM
Concerts from Scratch update - please note the full information on the vocal scores for Orff Carmina Burana are shown on our Concerts from Scratch page which is under the Community Tab. There are also SATB Choraline Voice Part recordings available to learn your vocal line for Carmina Burana.

The dates of all the choral performances are shown on the Concerts from Scratch page and also all the vocal scores and editions required Posted by: Andrew | 16 December 2010 11.13 AM
Thank you for sending the CD so quickly and I found i can learn my voice part for Messiah so easily - well done! Posted by: Brian | 30 November 2010 6.47 AM
We are delighted with how popular the Christmas Sale is with everyone - you can also set up a permanent 15% discount for your choir so singers can buy SATB sheet music, vocal scores, rehearsal CDs, choral performance CDs, singers muisc bags and other items to assist choirs and choral singers Posted by: Andrew | 28 November 2010 9.32 AM
We are happy to give discounts on five or more vocal scores for SATB sheet music, please call 01242 679379 and ask for Alex Posted by: Andrew | 25 November 2010 2.38 PM
How many vocal scores do we need to buy for a discount? Posted by: Thomas | 21 November 2010 6.48 AM
I enjoy singing SATB and buy sheet music from many sites but think yours is the best I have found, well done Posted by: Julia | 21 November 2010 6.46 AM
Thank you - this will depend on how our stocks hold up as some are very popular - but most likely until mid December Posted by: Andrew | 19 November 2010 5.15 PM
I like the idea of your christmas sale, how long will it go on for? Posted by: Sally | 19 November 2010 5.10 PM

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