Choir of the World tells the fascinating story of the New Zealand National Youth Choir from simple beginnings to its current world-class status. In this lively account Simon Tipping looks at the choir's first twenty years as seen through the eyes of those who took part, and those who listened and watched. As well as telling the story, he examines the reasons for the choir's success, their repertoire, their relationships with sponsors, their policies and administration.
213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
(c) Simon Tipping and Dunmore Press Ltd, 2002
Dunmore Press Ltd