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Composer: Leighton, Kenneth (1929-1988)

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Year of birth1929
Year of death1988
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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SnapeNational Youth Choir at the Snape Proms 2018: Created out of Mind

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Leighton, Andrew, Campkin, Schumann, Gurney, Muhly, Ravel, Rachmaninov, Parry, Wallen, Britten
Ben Parry; National Youth Choir of Great Britain

BasingstokeThe Sixteen at Christmas

The Sixteen at Christmas
Sweelinck, Howells, Bennett, Walton, Kirbye, Leighton, Byrd, Palestrina, de Wert, Phibbs, McDowall, Sheppard, Warlock
The Orchestra of The Sixteen; Harry Christophers; The Sixteen

TemplinOrgan Duo Recital

Mozart, Baigent, Handel, Sweelinck, Leighton, Karg-Elert, Bovet, Soler, Williams
Bertie Baigent; Robert Smith

LondonThe Sixteen – The Little Child

Sweelinck, Howells, Bennett, Traditional, Walton, Kirbye, Leighton, Byrd, Palestrina, de Wert, Phibbs, McDowall, Sheppard, Warlock
Harry Christophers; The Sixteen
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Vivamus impress with Britten and Whitacre at Brandenburg Choral Festival

Vivamus
After the overload of concerts and carol singing around Christmas, most choirs have a well-deserved break before starting for another year, but not Vivamus. This young London-based choir entered 2013 in style with a candlelit concert for Epiphany.
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The Sixteen and Harry Christophers get ready for Christmas in Oxford

The theme of tonight’s concert, revealed the programme notes, was that of “marking time and preserving timeless values” – Christmas being a season that connects the past with the present.
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A Garland for St. George: Vivamus sing Byrd in Bloomsbury

Vivamus Choir
There’s a trend amongst programmers nowadays to provide concerts with a ‘hook’: an extra-musical incentive to pull the punters in, or at least help performers pinpoint their pieces.
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