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Messiah – reflections by Simon Lindley

1 December 2018, Dr Simon Lindley So pretty nigh universal has its use become, it is scarcely credible to think that the first vocal score of Watkins Shaw’s edition of Messiah only appeared as recently as sixty years ago. It … Continue reading

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The Bright Seraphim burns for Simon Lindley in the Bach Choir’s 65th season.

In the 65th year of its foundation, Sheffield Bach Choir, widely regarded as one of the finest such groups in Britain, present Handel’s Samson at St Mark’s, Broomhill on Saturday 17 October 2015 at 7.30. Samson is one of Handel’s … Continue reading

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