Competition: Win a signed score & the NMC Songbook box set
29 June 2010

Competition: Win a signed score & the NMC Songbook box set

Gramophone Magazine in collaboration with NMC Recordings has selected ten songs linked to various parts of the British Isles. These are marked on the map with a pink pin. Click on them and listen to the entire work.

Vote for your favourite of these ten songs or champion the song positioned in your home region of the UK. When all the votes are in Gramophone will reveal the most popular song, and everyone who chose it will be entered into a draw to win a copy of the winning score, signed by the composer, plus a box set of The NMC Songbook. Five runners-up will also receive a copy of the box set.

The ten songs are:

Rupert Bawden Vocalise – Loch Lurgainn in the Sunshine
Donnacha Dennehy Swift’s Epitaph
Michael Finnissy Outside Fort Tregantle
Sadie Harrison Easter Zunday
Morgan Hayes Dictionary of London
Stuart MacRae The Lif of this World
Thea Musgrave A Winter’s Morning
Geoffrey Poole Heynonnynonny Smallprint
Edward Rushton With my Whip
Julia Simpson Bees a-zwarmen

 

Happy listening and good luck! 

To enter the competition, visit the Gramophone website here

 

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