“I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed singing with you on Saturday. The whole show was absolutely amazing but being up on stage with you was a fantastic experience. Thank you so much for inviting us to take part. I shall certainly treasure the memory” Trish Norris, West Sussex Voices.
“I loved the music and felt privileged to take part in the performance.” Sheila Trow, Darlington
“Very special to have such flawless musicianship to perform alongside” Ed Blunt – director of Camden Voices
“Just got home – and absolutely buzzing. What an amazing evening! Many congratulations and thank you so much for giving us the chance to take part in a performance that was so much fun.” Alan Barber – Navarro Singers
“Thank YOU for letting us join in with such a marvellous batch of unusual, well worded, musically interesting songs.” Tessa Woodward
“Thank you for giving us such a fabulous opportunity to be, in some way, part of such a memorable, uplifting concert. I am still waking with your wonderful melodies and rhythms floating in my head.” Gilly Dobson
Information for Singers
Thank you for your interest in performing in a concert as part of Richard Navarro’s 2016-17 Firewatching tour.
On this page you will find downloads of the sheet music, lyric sheets and recordings for practise purposes.
Meanwhile, here is a short video introduction from Richard and members of his Canterbury choir:
Recordings – for rehearsal purposes only
There are three options for listening to the tracks:
- Stream the full choir/individual parts on Soundcloud
There are four songs scored for 4-part choir – here they are on Soundcloud for you to listen and practise along to, with or without the printed score. Scroll down the list for all parts.
2. Download the songs as CD-quality files from Dropbox by clicking here
The link takes you to a folder containing the files, which you can download and transfer to iTunes or burn onto CD.
3. If you would prefer a CD of the choir parts please email email@example.com with your address, and a CD will be sent to you in the post.
These sheets have the choir’s words on the right-hand side and Richard’s vocals on the left, with the aim of making the music easy to follow. These can either be used instead of a musical score (for those who prefer learning ‘by ear’) or as a means of jogging memories before and during a concert.
Click to download a PDF file of each song:
Click on the links below to download the score of each song as a PDF file.