Can ye please get on with it? This boy was sent to mind. There used to be ten of us then. I dont think the boy was cut out for the job. So any way, ill be the boy and ye be the sheep. I am a sheep.
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Now that we have that out of the way, whats this story about the boy who cried wolf? Oh for Gods sake. Well there was this boy minding us once. Bags being the boy! You were boy the last time. No fair, the boys the best part. Im tired a being the villager. (to a) Why dont you be the villager. Well someones gota be sheep, besides, i am the narrator. (to c ) Now go on, get over there and pretend to be asleep. (Going future reluctantly) Oh alright.
Ill say, you know what and ye try not buy to cry. Give us a hand here boys and girls. The sheep stoically try to hold out, but then. Not bad one more go nowalright boys and girls; One two three. Two of the sheep hold out, but then the third one cracks and all three. Now this time we are going to get. they start to laugh. The other two pretend to cry and. Now they make a game.
I said it essays the last time. Still havent gotten over. The boy who what? . What are they talking about boys and girls the boy who cried what? What are ye like maybe ye are thick after all. Ye cant be going booh hooh hooh every time someone says you know what. Other wise rainbow ye wont be able to tell us yere story. . so lets give it a try. .
Why do ye cry when someone mentions. The sheep look at him in anticipation and are about to cry. The you know what? The sheep look at him in a bemused manner. Hare does wolf imitation, sheep. Its all because of the boy who cried. You say it, sheep. No you say.
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Cant get enough, of us tasty sheep. Other sheep are inclined to sneak disasters off. Hey, wheres every body gone. Enter Hare e sheep run in panic when they hear the hares yawns. (to audience)Ah there ye are.
Anything happen while i was snoozing? Tortoise is probably still miles off any way. Baaah they say, all reviews innocence, as if butter wouldnt melt in their mouths. Come here boys and girls, it must be a laugh being a sheep though, i mean especially if you are an outdoor type, except of course until someone starts thinking about dinner, like a human or a wolf. He said wolf again.
Therefore we must warn you. Not to count us, you might fall asleep. No do not count. Aesop, now he wrote stories. Tales with funny animals, tales with Morals, in ancient Greece. Oh tales with morals.
Tortoise hare fox and crow. The mouse and best friend lion. There all great stories, even without sheep. They would be better, If they had sheep. Also, theres a woo. We do not like to name him. Because he eats. Boy, he likes his sheep.
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After several years of freelancing Helen took a position in the royal Philharmonic Orchestra where she has been a member for 16 years, and also enjoys working with the education team 'resound' which takes rpo musicians into schools, hospitals, day centres and youth clubs. She continues to freelance with groups such as the English Chamber Orchestra and the london Symphony Orchestra alongside her positions in the rpo and the galliard Ensemble. Helen became a member of the professorial staff at the guildhall School of Music and Drama in London in 2010 where she teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as coaching chamber music. . Helen plays on a 10000 series Heckel bassoon. The boy who Cried Wolf by jack healy and george hanover (after Aesop). Being umum an extract from Aesops Fabulous foibles and Fables (A play for children based on Aesops Fables). This piece is about ten minutes long and might be suitable for performance by an older group of children for their younger cohorts. It is performed by three sheep for The hare who is taking a break in his race with the tortoise. We are three sheep.
She is particularly interested in contemporary mediums and list works closely with Artist Ashley davies in many experimental crossover Art/Music projects, most recently in the southbank centre. She regularly leads workshops from traditional concert formats to more individual music therapy style sessions in many special needs schools. She continues to give masterclasses and workshops in clarinet playing and workshop in Britains leading music colleges and institutions. Richard bayliss, horn, richard bayliss is a regular performer with many of the uks leading chamber ensembles, chamber Orchestras, and with many of the uks leading Symphony Orchestras, including the royal Philharmonic, london Philharmonic, Philharmonia and bbc orchestras, and has performed as guest principal with. As a soloist, richard has performed with the bbc symphony Orchestra, academy of St Martin in the fields and the taipei symphony Orchestra. Richard has always had a keen interest in early music, and as a natural horn player he is principal with the gabrieli consort and Players, and has performed as guest principal with English Baroque soloists, london Handel Orchestra, and the Academy of Ancient Music, hanover. Richard is also a regular performer in the west End, and has held positions with many shows, including Shrek, the sound of Music, and Jesus Christ Superstar, and is a deputy on many of the current west end musicals. Helen studied at the purcell School of Music before continuing her studies with scholarships to the royal Academy of Music and the hochschule fur Musik in vienna, studying with John Orford, rachel gough, milan Turkovic, and david Chatterton.
studying for an MSc in Intelligent and Adaptive systems at Sussex University. Clarinet, katherine Spencer made her concerto debut at the age of fourteen at the royal Festival Hall and has since performed there as concerto soloist a further three times. She has also appeared as soloist with the bbc symphony Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the fields Orchestra at the barbican Centre and at Birmingham Symphony hall and queen Elizabeth Hall, made many live radio 3 solo broadcasts, and performs regularly on Classic. She has recorded the Brahms Sonata and beethoven Trio for the Oxford Classic label with Sam haywood and Martin Storey. She has also recorded a number of CDs with the galliard Ensemble, of which she is a long standing member, which have received high acclaim in leading magazines such as the Gramophone magazine. As a chamber musician Katherine has performed mozart with the Amadeus quartet in the presence of hrh the Emperor of Japan. She continues to perform internationally with her duo with Sam haywood and the galliards in Festivals such as the bbc proms and the barbican's "Mostly mozart Festival". Katherine currently divides her time equally between solo, chamber and freelance orchestral work, both as a member of the oae and as a modern principal clarinettist of City of London Sinfonia.
She has also worked with inventory orchestras including the london Sinfonietta, new queens Hall Orchestra, royal Philharmonic Orchestra, bbc symphony Orchestra, music Theatre wales, cls. Her concerto performances include works by Ibert, honegger, Arnold, bach, rawsthorne, barber, mozart, telemann, cecilia mcDowall and Christopher Gunning. Kathryn performs rock flute with the award-winning progressive rock band Hats Off Gentlemen Its Adequate'. Owen Dennis, oboe, owen Dennis read Mathematics at Corpus Christi college, cambridge and graduated with a first class honours degree in 1995. . he then studied at the royal Academy of Music with douglas boyd and at the rotterdam Conservatoire with Emanuel Abbuhl, winning the leila bull prize for oboe as well as the 1999 royal overseas league wind Final. . With the galliard Ensemble, owen has released many cds including the first recording of Birtwistles An Interrupted Endless Melody for oboe and piano. . As a bbc radio 3 New Generation artist, Owen has performed the mozart Sinfonia concertante with the bbc symphony Orchestra and numerous live broadcasts, in particular Brittens Metamorphoses after ovid for solo oboe in the bbc proms. .
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Kathryn Thomas, flute, kathryn Thomas is a graduate of the royal Academy of Music where she studied with Sebastian Bell. She was subsequently awarded an Associateship of the royal Academy of Music for achieving distinction in the music profession. Kathryn is an established recitalist and chamber musician at venues including the wigmore hall, the south Bank centre, bridgewater Hall, and at festivals including bbc proms, Cheltenham, Two moors and Presteigne. As a founder member of the galliard Ensemble whose awards assignments have included participation in the bbc radio 3s New Generation Artists scheme, kathryn has given live and recorded broadcasts at festivals nationwide, including a live broadcast appearance at the bbc proms. Her cd recordings both as a soloist and with the galliard Ensemble have been awarded Gramophone Editors Choice, the Observer cd of the week, and Critics Choice in bbc music Magazine. Particular recommendations have been given by Gramophone magazine, the times, bbc radio 3 cd review. Bbc music Magazine featured a cover cd devoted exclusively to the galliard Ensemble. Kathryn has an affinity for contemporary music and has worked with eminent composers and has given many world and British premieres.