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David Bednall
Composer, Organist, Pianist, Lecturer
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Angels of Creation Apr 17
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Southwell Choirs Apr 13
Sunday 14 April - PALM SUNDAY The Liturgy of Palm Sunday begins at Our Lady of Victories Church at 10.30am and concludes at the Minster for the singing of the Passion and Holy Communion. Music by Ives, Bednall, Stanford & Halls.
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Cecile Gillard Apr 12
Thanks a remarkable, powerful experience ‘The King of Kings’ classic silent film screening last night. Brilliant music Holy Week here we come (or, in words from the on screen written dialogue, “Where is this vagabond carpenter? Harness my zebras!”).
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Bristol Cathedral Apr 11
If you haven't yet purchased tickets for tonight's screening of the UK premiere of King of Kings, tickets will be available on the door. Doors open at 6.30pm.
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David Bednall Apr 9
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Bristol Cathedral Apr 9
This Thursday, 11 April, from 6.30pm, the UK premiere of the restoration of KING OF KINGS (1927) with . improvises on the organ. Tickets available from , , or available on the door. More info:
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Phillip Cooke Apr 2
Two performances today: conducts the University of Bristol Singers in this, and the Inverness Singers perform my arrangement of Burns’s ‘Green grow the rashes, Oh!’. via
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Sophie Dobson Apr 3
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This Saturday we'll be singing some amazing music (including 40-Part Lux Orta) - , and there'll be wine and cake. Tickets still available -
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Dr Carol O'Sullivan Apr 4
King of Kings in glorious technicolour at on 11 April, w/ live organ improvisation from ! Here's what Montreal Gazette said about it in June 1928 (Canadian version had bilingual titles):
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Bristol Uni. Music Mar 20
Fabulous Chamber Orch & Choir concert tonight — Haydn, Brahms, Schumann under Harry Kirby & Vincent Horsten Congratulations!! 👏👏👏
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Bristol Uni. Music Mar 20
Many congrats and thanks to David and all concerned; the Martin Mass was superb and the Boulanger exquisite. The Credo of the Mass was particularly moving and there were many memorable moments throughout the concert.
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Bristol Cathedral Mar 20
Two teams of our sporty Choristers are heading to today for the Chorister Sports. The day will see choristers from South West cathedrals play netball & football before coming together to sing Evensong in Gloucester Cathedral. Good luck, team Bristol!
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David Bednall Mar 20
Fantastic lunchtime concert with University Singers today in and Such musical & committed singing & a privilege to work with them
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Bristol Uni. Music Mar 19
Don't forget University Singers perform Frank Martin's wonderful Mass with tomorrow (Wed. 19th) 1.15-2pm - all welcome with Lili Boulanger, Soir sur la plaine. Donations invited afterwards towards costs.
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Tim Popple Mar 16
Phantom of the Opera (1925) at with . An absolute pleasure and honour to help facilitate this screening, with at the organ.
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Bristol Cathedral Mar 16
Tonight, silent cinema comes to the Cathedral, with 's screening of The Phantom of the Opera (1925), with improvising at the organ. Tickets will be available on the door, which opens at 6.00pm.
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WellsChoristerTrust Mar 14
A fantastic recital, Harrison! Congratulations and thank you for continuing to inspire our choristers.
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David Bednall Mar 14
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Angels of Creation Mar 14
It is exactly 2 months until the deadline for the “Angels” composition competition and I’m really excited with all the positive feedback. I can’t wait for some scores to arrive!
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David Bednall Mar 10
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