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TODAY AT THE GUILD - 26 APRIL 2022
Today at the Guild
Thursday, April 28th, 2022 - 59 minutes
Featured in this edition of TODAY AT THE GUILD are :
Ramsey Grammar School PEP Band - part of their winning performance in the Brass Ensemble Open Class B6
Cristl Stitt and Lowenna Joughin - winners of Duet Class JSG2
Jane Corkill and Nici Fletcher-Causer - winners of Ladies Voice Duet Class SG1
Simon Fletcher and Richard Solomon as Laurel and Hardy - winners of Male Voice Duet Class SG2
Marilyn Cannell with her own song, written specially for Graham Crowe to sing, in the Composition class A1(b). Marilyn composed the song - The Song of the Hills - and plays piano, whilst Graham is singing.
Debbie Gooding and Neil Taverner - winners of the Mixed Voice Duet Class SG3 and winners of the Billown Rose Bowl for the couple with the highest mark in the Duet Classes SG1, SG2 and SG3
Abigail Harrison recites Jamjar - a poem by Carol Ann Duffy - winner of the Spoken Word Class D27
John Cashen recites Fallen Blossoms - a poem by Joan Wallace - winner of the Spoken Word Class D28
"Ennal Aer Oor" Breath of Fresh Air - composition for clarinet and harp by Timothy Price - winner of Musical Composition Class A1(b)
Penny Lavery - winner of Girls Solo Class JS6
The Shimmers - An English Madrigal - sounding remarkably like the Spice Girls 'Wannabe' - winners of Class SG6
Terence Qualtrough - 2nd place in the Oratorio Solo Class S8
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