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ABRSM Violin Exam 2016-2019
Get the essential books for the new ABRSM Violin Exams here!

BBC Proms: 24 - 30 Aug
Performances in week 6 of this year's BBC Proms include works from Bartok, Janacek, Mahler, and Stravinsky.

The Real Book
Originally created by college students at Berklee College of Music, The Real Book is now in its 6th edition, and remains an invaluable resource for jazz players and educators.

New Releases
AS DEW IN APRYLLE Warlock satb divisi a cappella
As Dew In Aprylle; Carol; choral score - ChP - mixed choir (SATB divisi) a cappella - English; composer: Warlock, Peter.

FIRST MERCY Warlock SATB & Piano
The First Mercy: Carol; choral score - ChP - mixed choir (SATB) and piano - English; arranger: Russell-Smith, Geoffrey; composer: Warlock, Peter; text writer: Blunt, Bruce.

Duke Ellington Original Recordings Vol 11: 1945-1946, Time's A-Wastin'. Titles - Time's A-Wastin'; i'm Just a Lucky So and So; The Perfume Suite: Balcony Serenade; Strange Feeling; Dancers in Love; Coloratura. Tonk; Drawing Room Blues; Rockabye River; Suddenly it Jumped; Transblucency; Just Squeeze Me; A Gathering in a Clearing; Pretty Woman; Memphis Blues; St Louis Blues; Beale Street Blues; Royal Garden Blues; My Honey's Lovin' Arms; Swamp Fire.

Cecilia McDowall Love's Philosophy: The fountains mingle, for SATB unaccompanied. Setting a well-known poem by Percy Shelley, Love's Philosophy is a sweet and tender choral song reflecting on the idea of love with reference to nature and the interdependent relationships evident in the world around us. Mellifluous choral writing and sighing 'ah' interjections convey the sometimes wistful feel of Shelley's words, and numerous repetitions of 'thou' at the end of the piece emphasize lost love