The King's Singers: Book Of Rounds, Canons And Partsongs

Books | Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

This delightful collection of 99 rounds, canons and partsongs makes a great introduction to part-singing for groups of all ages. The wide-ranging selections are arranged by categories including English Pre-1700 (Secular), Pre-1700 (Sacred), Post-1700, From Around The World and Wordless Rounds. Compiled by the internationally renowned King's Singers.

ISBN: 9780634046308
Published on: 03 September 2002
No of pages: 80
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL08743259

          The King's Singers: Book Of Rounds, Canons And Partsongs reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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          Scores 8.2 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
          10 out of 10


          Love the variety of music. After at least five years of working with this book, we have probably only learnt about half; so lots more material to tackle. The Mozart pieces are fab.
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          Confirmed purchase: 05 December 2015
          Published on: 12 January 2016
          2 out of 10


          Staffordshire GB
          None but ok if you like medieval songs
          Mostly medieval rounds not suitable for children and very boring tunes
          Confirmed purchase: 16 April 2014
          Published on: 23 June 2014

          Musicroom Reviews

          un petit format bien pratique pour chanter avec des amis ,avec un choix de canons faciles àchanter...
          Anonymous - (Lirey, France)
          Brilliant collection of music - really useful for warm ups etc
          Anonymous - (Hassocks, United Kingdom)
          This book is small but full of a wide variety of Rounds. Great fun! The skills needed for these ranges from beginners (rounds that most people know) to more complex tunes and larger numbers of singers required.
          Anonymous - (Folkestone, United Kingdom)
          A very useful resource for a mixed and varied choir. Great fun.
          Anonymous - ( United Kingdom)
          I can't sing in a Mozart opera, or play in a Mozart symphony, but I can sing in "Friends, forget the cares...." and feel the magic! Having mastered that, we began at the beginning and were impressed with the sophistication of "Adieu, Sweet Amaryllis" by Anonymous, which taught me that early music was not less interesting. Our little front room choir have loved this collection. Thank you Kings Singers.
          Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
          Only for good singers. Suitable for people who will pick up a piece of music, sing it for fun and then discard it. There was not much for a choir to work on, as singers of lesser ability would have to work on these pieces and few of the pieces had enough substance (or length) to be worth working on. Actually I found it rather a dull choice. I regret having spent money on it.
          Anonymous - (Diss, United Kingdom)
          I think this is an excellent book and I have been using it with my choir. Some lovely rounds from varied authors.
          Anonymous - (Totnes, United Kingdom)
          I really like this book - it has some easy pieces (some are quite unusual as well but very children friendly) all the way up to some complex part songs. I have a Junior Choir (Y3-6) and a Senior Choir (Y7-10) and plan on using this book with both.
          Anonymous - (Macclesfield, United Kingdom)

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