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The accompanist of the opera class was responsible for handing out and collecting the questionnaires.
Clive Stubbs, who has died aged 72, was in demand as an accompanist and musical director
The accompanist we think of today was born with the rise of the public recital and the appearance of the virtuoso.
Anybody interested in the position of accompanist, which attracts a small honorarium, or would like to join the choir, should contact musical director Margaret Pringle on 01642 363502.
The final lecture, "Britten and the English Landscape," brings the reader back to Britten at home in England and offers a fascinating description of the composer's work with baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau when they collaborated as singer and accompanist for a recording of Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, op.
As well, until his retirement in 2003, he worked as accompanist for the Baldwin Hills Baptist Choir where he had been an integral part of the community since 1983.
Former accompanist for the Halle Youth Choir and a past student of Chetham's School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, Jason has quickly built up a portfolio of freelance work, playing for ensembles in Birmingham, Chesterfield and Tameside as well as for the Honley men.
He has made 18 recordings as accompanist with St Paul's and Hereford cathedrals.
Accompanist, Chamber Musician, Collaborative Pianist
One of Wales' foremost musicians, Colin became accompanist of the Rhos Male Voice Choir aged 17 and four years later was appointed musical director.
Another accompanist will be Nancy Anderson, vocal music instructor at Sheldon.
Musical director Jan Ball and accompanist Helen Roberts have become the first women to be inducted into Treorchy Male Choir.