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ORCH29e   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(e) Hardback Full Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp280   (e)£85.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29a   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(a) Softback Vocal Score pp226   (a)£30.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29c   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(c) Libretto pp60 (A4 spiral-bound double-sided booklet). Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (2004)   (c)£6.50 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29d   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(d) Softback Full Score pp280   (d)£65.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29f   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(f) Band Parts : Flute/Oboe/ Clarinet in B-flat/ Violoncello/ Percussion   (f)£15.00 each GANDS orchestral
ORCH29h   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(h) THEY WILL BE REMEMBERED Song from the musical Love Child. Four-Part Chorus. Amber Press (coloured cover) (2005) ISMN: M-708031-28-4 pp7   (h)£5.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29i   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(i) LOVE CHILD Concert Overture (Duration: 12 mins.). Published (c) 2008 by Robin Gordon-Powell at The Amber Ring. ISMN : M-708031-49-9
Flute 1/ Flute 2 & Piccolo/ Oboe I/ Oboe 2/ Clarinet 1/ Clarinet 2/ Bassoon 1/ Bassoon 2/ Horn 1/ Horn 2/ Trumpet 1/ Trumpet 2/ Trombone (one only)/ Timpani & Percussion (2 parts for one player)/ Violin (8)/ Violin 2 (6)/ Viola (4)/ Violoncello (4)/ COntrabass (2)/ Full Score pp69
  (i)£210.00 Concert Overture with Score and Parts NEW GANDS orchestral
ORCH29j   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(j) Full Score available singly pp69   (j)£35.00 Score NEW GANDS orchestral
VOC68a IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(a) Softback Vocal Score pp226   (a)£30.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC68b IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(b) Hardback Vocal Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp226   (b)£45.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC68d IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(d) Softback Full Score pp280   (d)£65.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC68f IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(f) Band Parts : Flute/Oboe/ Clarinet in B-flat/ Violoncello/ Percussion   (f)£15.00 each GANDS orchestral
ORCH29g IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(g) Full performing set: Vocal Score; libretto; Full Score; set of 5 band parts : £151.00 less 15% discount (£22.65) = £128.35   (g)£128.35 GANDS orchestral
VOC68e IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(e) Hardback Full Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp280   (e)£85.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC68h IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(h) THEY WILL BE REMEMBERED Song from the musical Love Child. Four-Part Chorus. Amber Press (coloured cover) (2005) pp7 (suitable for Remembrance Day ceremonies) (h)£5.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
ORCH29b IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(b) Hardback Vocal Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp226   (b)£45.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC68g IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(g) Full performing set: Vocal Score; libretto; Full Score; set of 5 band parts : £151.00 less 15% discount (£22.65) = £128.35   (g)£128.35 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC90 IRVIN, Christopher MR PUNCH AND THE PIRATES MR PUNCH AND THE PIRATES. A Holiday Entertainment For All The Family by Freda Kelsall with Music by Christopher Irvin (also adaptable as a Christmas Play) : (a) MR PUNCH AND THE PIRATES SONGBOOK. Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (1989) pp48 (a)£6.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC68c KELSALL, Freda LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
(c) Libretto pp60 (A4 spiral-bound double-sided booklet). Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (2004) ISBN : 978-0-9544041-1-6   (c)£6.50 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC90b KELSALL, Freda MR PUNCH AND THE PIRATES MR PUNCH AND THE PIRATES. A Holiday Entertainment For All The Family by Freda Kelsall with Music by Christopher Irvin (also adaptable as a Christmas Play) : (b) SCRIPT pp51. Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (2007) (with colour photographs) ISBN : 978-0-9544041-2-3 (b)£7.50 GANDS VOCALSCORE
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