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Women of Our World

Intercultural Choirbook

PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCT TYPE: Vocal Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Women's Choir
The choirbook Women of Our World is more than a simple song collection: In easy two- to three-part arrangements for women’s voices, 40 pieces in 25 different languages from more than 30 countries are gathered here. Singable transcriptions for each piece as well as pronunciation guides and
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Subtitle Intercultural Choirbook
Editor Hayat Chaoui
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentation Women's Choir
Product Type Vocal Score
Instrument Group Women's Choir
Genre Secular
ISMN 9790004412930
No. Pages 96
No. BRKCHB5363
Description
The choirbook Women of Our World is more than a simple song collection: In easy two- to three-part arrangements for women’s voices, 40 pieces in 25 different languages from more than 30 countries are gathered here. Singable transcriptions for each piece as well as pronunciation guides and translations in the appendix enable an immediate access. Introductory texts inform on the origin and cultural background of the songs; chord symbols allow an instrumental accompaniment, too. Unique for choirbooks of this kind though are the contributions from women of international origin living in Germany; they are presented in portraits and describe their personal relation to singing in a choir. Women of Our World is the result of the yearslong work of editor Hayat Chaoui with international song repertoire as choir leader, singer and consultant. An interview with Mrs. Chaoui on the origin of the edition is found on our blog (German only). “This praiseworthy resource could be used to support a range of choral projects, especially perhaps where songs might usefully be taught by rote.” (Joy Hill, Choir & Organ)
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