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Let’s… Play… DARTS!

Let’s… Play… DARTS!

Today was the day we kicked off our office darts tournament. First up was a doubles match between Jessy ‘Take Cover’ Mayhew and Kevin ‘Dart Vader’ Duncan Vs Sue ‘Sweet Cheeks’ Cowper and Sam ‘The Tungsten Tickler’ Thurlow. Next up is Hannah ‘Ho Ho Ho’ Heathcote and Steve ‘The Squirrel’ Gibbon Vs Babs ‘McFlurry’ Mayhew and Abbie ‘The Ghoul’ Goldberg.

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Prayer of the Week - Barbara Glasson

Prayer of the Week - Barbara Glasson

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Composer Spotlight

Composer Spotlight

One of Australia's best known organists, choir trainers and composers, June Nixon initially obtained Diploma of Music (Piano) and Bachelor of Music (Organ) from Melbourne University.

Post graduate Scholarships enabled further study in London where she gained F.R.C.O. and became the first woman to receive the John Brooke prize for the Choir Training Diploma.

In 1968 she was the winner of the Australian National Organ Competition.

She was appointed Organist and Director of Music at St. Paul's Cathedral Melbourne in 1973 and only relinquished this after 40 years on 3 February 2013 and has been made Organist Emerita. She is on the teaching staff of Melbourne University Faculty of Music.

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A Visit From Sarah Watts

Authors Sarah Watts

A Visit From Sarah Watts

Last week we had a visit from fabulous composer Sarah Watts. Sarah is the author of many of our best selling music books such as Red Hot Recorder, Ready Steady Recorder, Razzamajazz, Two At A Time and many others. It’s lovely to finally welcome guests into our new office and show them what we have been working on in the last year.

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Song Of The Week

Garth Hewitt Music

Song Of The Week

This week instead of a prayer, we have chosen a beautiful song that Garth wrote which tells the story of the words that were said to Stephen Lawrence as he was dying, by Louise and Conner Taafe. Garth had been given some information by a local radio station which he turned into this song. Archbishop Sentamu (then Bishop of Stepney) asked Garth to join him and Doreen and Neville Lawrence and some friends at the place where Stephen had been killed.

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