Ethel Smyth: The March Of The Women

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Composer: Ethel Smyth
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
As a work of historic interest of the period, The March of the Women is an essential work.British composer Ethel Smyth was a prolific, important composer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1910, she joined the Women’s Social and Political Union for whom she wrote this anthem. It was taken up and sung everywhere, including Holloway Prison where Smyth and other suffragettes had been imprisoned for breaking windows and other acts of political disorder. When Sir Thomas Beecham visited her there, he found the women marching around the inner yard and singing while Smyth directed the impromptu Chorus with her toothbrush.
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 2
Language: English
Catalogue No: JC71754

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      Good piano accompaniment
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      Confirmed purchase: 29 March 2018
      Published on: 14 April 2018

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      Christchurch GB Drama Group Leader
      No accompaniment.
      Confirmed purchase: 13 March 2018
      Published on: 27 March 2018

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      Radley, Abingdon GB
      Well produced
      Had hoped there would be an accompaniment as well as the melody.
      Confirmed purchase: 18 February 2015
      Published on: 06 March 2015

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