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'Why do we love Gareth? Seriously, you have to ask?'
'One of the most strangely beguiling presences television has ever uncovered: impish but laconic, funny and yet still resolute, reserved but shameless, camp but dignified - and clearly a bloody good choirmaster.'
About The Choir:
'As profoundly a moving piece of television as has ever been made'
'The mystery at the heart of The Choir is Malone's charisma'
Gareth Malone is a music animateur, singer, TV presenter and author. His BAFTA award-winning series The Choir re-ignited popular interest in classical music and received critical acclaim for inspiring so many to put their preconceptions to the side and to enjoy all that classical music has to offer. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music before joining the London Symphony Orchestra as Assistant Animateur, Conductor and Chorus-master. Gareth lives in London with his wife and daughter.
A Good book but only four stars as it got a bit techy there near the end for me at least but others who understand music better than I would appreciate these chaptersPublished 8 months ago by P. Dawson
Needs to be an audio book really Gareth! Although I supplemented it with Youtube, but it was hard work that I could have done without. Read morePublished 15 months ago by jackie nash
Got this book for myself - its a brilliant read - written in a clear and easy to understand style. Like Gareth and his music, so a very worthwhile buy.Published 17 months ago by charles richmond
Just another example of Gareth's beautiful musical mind and his love of all genre which will give the Classically uninitiated great guidance. Try It.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good book for anyone wanting to get into classical music, with Gareths 'Human Touch'.
Good value, worth buying, good present.
The music I normally listen too generally ranges from hard rock to thrash metal. Therefore one might ask why am I firstly, reading a book about classical music and secondly, why... Read morePublished 19 months ago by M. G. Chisholm