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GOLD is here to pre-order!

The plans for our 50th celebrations in 2018 have been some years in the making. We have recorded a brand new 3 CD set – GOLD – which features some of the most-loved pieces in our repertoire, new works from Bob Chilcott, John Rutter and Toby Hession, and some fabulous new arrangements.

GOLD will be released internationally in November and in addition to this we are publishing a new book that looks at 50 years of The King’s Singers through interviews with former and current members and collaborators. Together with Signum, our record label, we are releasing a special edition, premium set of GOLD products. The special edition GOLD product includes:

The newly-recorded triple-disc GOLD album.

GOLD branded USB (memory stick) containing High Definition audio files (higher quality than CD) of all GOLD tracks on the 3 discs, clips of audio interviews with KS past and present, videos of the making of GOLD and rarely seen historic images of the group.*

Book chronicling history, images and anecdotes from KS past and present, plus contributions from the key collaborators through the generations.

Facsimile of the original handwritten manuscript of ‘Bobby Shaftoe’ by one of the greatest of all KS arrangers, Gordon Langford. These special edition copies (for this GOLD premium set only) are made available by kind permission of Gordon before his sad passing this year.*

Signed letter from the current members of the group.*

All beautifully designed and manufactured in a bespoke premium package.*

Pre-order GOLD Premium Product

 

*Exclusive products will not be available separately from the special edition bundle.

 
 
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