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Fragments of black: a song of night

Fragments of blue: under one sky, which played to a highly appreciative audience under a beautiful, blue Jedburgh sky, has set the Fragments project going and now we’re turning to Fragments of black: a song of night. The event will … Continue reading

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Bill Ives for Fragments Project

Bill Ives, composer and arranger (writing as Grayston Ives) is all set and confirmed as our composer for the final piece for The Fragments Project. For eighteen years Bill directed Magdalen College Choir, Oxford. During his tenure the choir earned … Continue reading

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Jedburgh Abbey

Jedburgh Abbey has now been chosen as the venue for the first major public event of the Fragments project for 2013. The date will be finalised before the end of 2012 and it is likely to be in July. The … Continue reading

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Launch of Fragments

Wednesday 21st of November saw the public launch of The Fragments Project at The Tower Mill in Hawick. Great turnout and response to the symposium and, in particular, the singing of the music from the Hawick Missal Fragment. Site specific … Continue reading

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