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  1. Dame Evelyn Elizabeth Ann Glennie, CH, DBE (born 19 July ) is a Scottish virtuoso multi-percussionist, performing internationally with a wide variety of orchestras and contemporary musicians. She was selected as one of the two laureates for the Polar Music Prize of
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  3. Street Songs () David Hurley Nigel Short Paul Phoenix Philip Lawson Gabriel Crouch Mambabo! Stanley Glasser, Lewis Nkosi. Lalela zulu: Lala mntwana. Evelyn Glennie ohne die King's Singers. Jenny Jones (Street Songs) Steve Martland. The King's Singers ohne Evelyn Glennie.
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  6. Jan 01,  · Street Songs. Various. January 1, by Evelyn Glennie. Reaching Out by Evelyn Glennie. Album Only Lalela Zulu: Ilihubo Lalela Zulu: Mambabo! by The King's Singers. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Lalela Zulu: Lala Mntwana. by The King's Singers. Lalela Zulu: Lala Mntwana by The King's Singers.
  7. Street Songs, a collaboration with the percussionist Evelyn Glennie, contains music by Steve Martland, Stanley Glasser and others, while the contemplative Sermons and Devotions mixes commissions from Veljo Tormis, Geoffrey Poole and Richard Rodney Bennett with classic 20th-century vocal works by Górecki, Stravinsky and Tavener.
  8. Description This disc is the result of a fascinating collaboration between two of the UK’s most celebrated classical phenomena: Evelyn Glennie and the King’s Singers. Combining works for voice along, percussion alone and the union of the two, we’re catapulted into a world of colour and melodic intricacy rarely experienced and rarely found.

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