CLASSICAL SONGS FOR TEENAGERS

Tim specialises in writing vocal music for developing singers. He started out with a view to writing classical songs on classical texts which helped young singers with sometimes limited range, develop a good technique while, at the same time, having some age-appropriate technical aspect to work on. They also give students the chance to engage with some wonderful texts, several of which feature in the GCSE syllabus.

In addition Tim has written and arranged numerous duets and ensembles to compliment the ranges and abilities of young singers.

Recent vocal compositions include settings of the following texts:

SHAKESPEARE TEXTS

Take, O Take Those Lips Away - Shakespeare

Sigh No More Ladies - Shakespeare

O Mistress mine - Shakespeare

Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind - Shakespeare

Full Fathom Five (Duet) - Shakespeare

AMERICAN POETS

Wealth - Joyce Kilmer

Trees - Joyce Kilmer

O Captain, My Captain! - Walt Whitman

I Would Not Paint A Picture - Emily Dickinson

Hope Is The Thing With feathers - Emily Dickinson

Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening - Robert Frost

Hope - Joseph Addison

BRITISH POETS

Somewhere Or Other - Christina Rossetti

Tyger, Tyger Burning Bright - William Blake

A Birthday (My Heart Is Like A Singing Bird) - Christina Rossetti

The Rainbow - Christina Rosetti

The Poison Tree - William Blake

Envy - Mary Lamb

The Lord's My Shepherd - Duet

Immortal Sails - Alfred Noyes

Kid (Duet) - Simon Armitage