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Alison's K6 Telephone Box (TTBB)

A lively, amusing song extolling the virtues of the most common type of British red telephone box, the K6 designed by Giles Gilbert Scott.

Year:  2016   ·  Duration:  4m
Instrumentation:  TTBB choir

Year:  2016
Duration:  4m
Instrumentation  TTBB choir

Cheryl Camm
Composer

Composer:   Cheryl Camm

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About

A lively, amusing song extolling the virtues of the most common type of British red telephone box, the K6 designed by Giles Gilbert Scott. The Alison in the title refers to Alison Rushby, an alto in the choir who specifically requested that the choir have a song about the K6 phone box on their bridge. It is now used as an "Info Box".


Commissioned note

The Bridge Singers for a recital of music about their local area


Difficulty note

Community choir, high school choir


Dedication note

Alison Rushby


Contents note

There are three verses, all the same, one could be omitted to suit timing restrictions


Text note

Cheryl Camm