Come in Here Child was first composed in 1987 as part of the cantata 'Into thy Wondrous House and arranged for SSA for Stephen Browne and the Redmaids Chamber Choir in 2010.
"Bedford has an unusually fine ear for vocal sound. Though at first sight the music may appear dauntingly avant garde, it is simple and straightforward to perform. The lines flow smoothly and note patterns are constantly repeated, giving ample chance for secure pitch orientation. The perfect voice for this song is a high, young-sounding lyric soprano with a steady and pure tone. It is an excellent introduction for a singer wanting to try a more adventurous idiom, for the vocal requirements are not at all taxing."- New Vocal Repetory
Found in Country Churchard was originally written form Roderick Williams in 1996. It is based on 'forced rhyme' epitaphs which became popular in the early 1900s and can be found in various villages in Essex and Suffolk.
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