Global Concert Hall
The King’s Singers: Heiwa
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The King’s Singers present Heiwa, the second concert of their season in the Global Concert Hall. This unique programme explores Finding Harmony through a Japanese lens, with world premieres by Makiko Kinoshita and Eisuke Tsuchida.
The King's Singers were due to be touring Japan in October – starting in Hiroshima and finishing in Fukushima – and so this unique concert explores Finding Harmony through a Japanese lens, giving a rare insight into the way the group engages with different cultures around the world. The programme includes world premieres of two works specially commissioned for this tour by two of Japan’s foremost contemporary choral composers, Makiko Kinoshita and Eisuke Tsuchida, on the theme of heiwa (peace; harmony).
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Kimigayo - Traditional Japanese (arr. Bruerton)
Ashita no uta* - Makiko Kinoshita
I was glad - Henry Purcell
O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth - William Byrd
The Girl from Hiroshima* - Eisuke Tsuchida
Heliseb väljadel - Urmas Sisask
Tsintskaro - Traditional Georgian
This little light of mine - Harry Dixon Loes (arr. Gibbs)
Handmade Proverbs - Toru Takemitsu
Furusato - Traditional Japanese (arr. Lawson)
Nemunoki Lullaby - Empress Michiko (arr. Gregory)
And I love her - Lennon/McCartney (arr. Chilcott)
Seaside rendezvous - Queen (arr. Hart)
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