Madrigals and Partsongs (Oxford Choral Classics): Vocal Score Paperback – 13 Dec 2001
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OUP goes from strength to strength with its Choral Classics catalogue. With a huge repertoire, ranging from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries from which to choose, Clifford Bartlett has clearly spent a great deal of time and effort, not only in selecting what to include, but also what to exclude . . . All of this in one volume, bound and presented in the excellent format which we have come to know and expect from OUP. What more can I say, except "More please". Very highly recommended. (Henry Howell, Australian Music Teacher, September 2003)
'What more can I say, except More please. Very highly recommended.' Australian Music Teacher
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You need to be at least a quartet, but there is also plenty of stuff for quintets, like us.
Nice, solid collection of early through to C20, and some big ones like Elgar for I would think full choirs.
A very good purchase. Mine is completely worn and dog-eared; a very good sign.
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