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Stuart Hinds' pieces for overtone choir published

Hofmeister publishing house, Leipzig Germany, published the scores of three pieces of American composer Stuart Hinds, written for overtone choir a cappella and choir/piano.
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These pieces will lead to a new level of overtone choir singing. Together with the conductors Jan Stanek and Prof. Steffen Schreyer we premiered them on Bohemia Cantat Festival and Nové Hrady Festival in Czech Republic in 2005 and 2008. Not all singers where experienced in overtone singing. Though it was possible to study the pieces in only a few days as the result of an intense cooperation of the experienced choir leader with me as an overtone instructor. Not easy but well worth it.

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