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Title
Songs of Scotland
Performer
Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus
Publisher
ASV, 1994
1 cd
EAN
0743625208726
CDR
KAX1311
Placing suggestion
80 - Wereldmuziek: Europese stijlen (NBLC) W1 - Wereldmuziek Europese stijlen (Flemish music schema)

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About Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus

History

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) Chorus evolved from a choir formed in 1843 (then the Glasgow Choral Union) to sing the first full performance of Handel’s Messiah in Scotland. Today, the Chorus' main role is to perform alongside the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, which it does in around six different programmes each year, including an annual performance (usually on 2 January) of Handel's Messiah.

Membership

The RSNO Chorus has around 120 members, from across the central belt of Scotland. The Chorus rehearses on a Wednesday evening in Glasgow, at the RSNO's new purpose-built home, at 19 Killermont Street. This purpose-built flexible 600-seat venue is used as a performance space, a rehearsal space for the Orchestra and Chorus, and as a recording facility (primarily for the RSNO, but also available for external use). The venue has been described …Read more on Wikipedia