Sea Tongue begins calmly in port with Derek Walcott's beautiful poem A Sea Chantey. In a wave of human voices, it sets sail into a wild storm of familiar and strange stories: fishing expeditions, the Marie Celeste, slave ships, pirates, the Battleship Potemkin, whaling expeditions, the Titanic, the sinking of the Kursk submarine, intrepid explorers and abandoned ships. Orlando Gough and Richard Chew are the UK's leading contemporary composers.


Author(s): Orlando Gough, Richard Chew
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Archive listings for The Shout - Sea Tongue

Work type: Concert.


Cast includes 200 local singers, 30 ballroom dancers, 5 speakers, 4 pianists and percussionist Gile Perring Over 200 people have come together to sing open the De La Warr Pavilion. The Shout, an internationally renowned choir that has been called a "vocal Big Band, a "club choir", a "vocal Stomp" and a "dangerous choirCompany The Shout. Director Felix Barrett.
15 Oct 05 to 16 Oct 05De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
listing details L1086451448

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