A Very Warm Welcome to Westcountry Music!
ABOUT WESTCOUNTRY MUSIC LTD
Westcountry Music exists to promote the music of Andrew Goddard, either pieces he has arranged or written himself. A full catalogue is included on this site and you can print this off for your records.
Our pieces for piano, piano duet, flute and piano, clarinet and piano, organ and others are now being revised and will take a little time to complete. We are however just concentrating on choral works for the time being, for male voice, mixed voice and ladies choirs, together with various vocal solos and duets.
Please do not hesitate to contact us we are here to help you and your choir, and don't forget our discount of 10% from the cost of ALL sheet music purchased by choirs who are members of the National Association of Choirs, apart from the 'Christmas for Choirs' carol book series.
We do our very best to ensure that the pieces are well set out and clear, and we try to avoid awkward repeats to minimise what can sometimes be difficult page turning.
We have pieces in many varied styles, included sacred, secular, humorous, serious, romantic, inspirational, fast get up and go pieces, slower ballads and many more. We hope that you will be able to find pieces that your choir will enjoy performing. If not, please let us know what you are looking for by emailing Andrew at email@example.com.
Andrew has always been involved with the musical life of Exeter and is a Fellow of the London College of Music.
The piano is his main instrument, but he is also an organist and when he and Madeleine married he wrote their own wedding march for the occasion. In addition to performing as soloist or accompanist, Andrew has conducted choirs for over thirty years, and is a past president of the Exeter Male Voice Choir.
Andrew has won a number of competitions with his music including the second International Male Voice Choir Festival composing competition in 2005 and the S4C New Christmas Carol composing competition in 2006, in Llangollen.
So far he has written or arranged well over five hundred pieces and there are new pieces being added to the catalogue on a regular basis.
Madeleine was born in Devon and has lived there all her life.
She started singing at 16 when she joined her local Amateur Operatic Society, and over the years has sung with several operatic societies in the area taking many leading roles. She was also a member of St David’s Players in Exeter for several years, performing Gilbert & Sullivan Shows, as well as singing with Orfeo Opera.
Madeleine has been a guest soloist for the local Male Voice Choirs in Exeter and surrounding area, and is a member of the Exeter Choral Society.
She is Secretary for Westcountry Music and is very proud to be part of her husband’s musical career.