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Lubin

Lubin

A folk song collected by Anne G. Gilchrist in Altrincham c.1900, and suitable for warming up exercises.

Caroline Price used this, and Sally Walker, as warm up songs for The Full English community event held at The Met, Bury in on 8 March 2014.

Over 50 singers came together to learn material that originated from the North West, led by Caroline and the Stream of Sound youth chorus from Stourbridge.

The Warm Up pack is available for download from the PDF tab.

Scores of the other songs Caroline arranged are also available:

  • Jolly Waggoner
  • Brother Tradesmen
  • The Factory Operatives Call On Humanity
  • The Trees They're So High

 

Caroline Price and Stream of Sound

Caroline Price is a dynamic choir leader and prolific arranger of folk material! She researched and arranged a variety of songs and warm ups for The Full English community event in Bury.

Stream of Sound is a youth chorus, led by Caroline, who sing a-cappella harmony, and founded on a variety of musical traditions from around the world. They are known for their energetic and inspiring performances, and aim to share their love of harmony with as many people as possible.

Together, Caroline and Stream of Sound run a variety of workshops and events to encourage people to sing.

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Digital Archive records related to this item

Note that these links take you to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website which holds the full archival details of the material. Material on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website is not censored or expurgated and may contain material considered offensive by modern standards.

Maps on the Full English site related to this item

Note that these links take you to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website which holds the full archival details of the material. Material on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website is not censored or expurgated and may contain material considered offensive by modern standards.