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Choir needs more accompaniment to prevent swansong




A choir may not be able to continue after its leader left for pastures new.

Just Harmony is a small choir that meets in Dersingham on Wednesday mornings to sing a range of middle-of-the-road songs, mostly unaccompanied.

The ladies have recently been joined by a male singer who adds his dulcet tones to the melodies of the 12-strong group.

Just Harmony singing group in Dersingham
Just Harmony singing group in Dersingham

It is an amalgam of several other choirs in the area that had folded.

But the choir’s leader, Angela Brun, announced last month that she would not be able to direct the choir any more as she has other commitments, and since then the choir has been searching for a new leader, so far without success.

Choir member Debbie le May said: “We meet mainly to enjoy singing and making a wonderful sound together.

“We’ve done a couple of concerts and have sung for the ladies who lunch at the Dersingham village hub.

“But now we are leaderless and I don’t know if Just Harmony can continue without a musical director.

“If anyone knows a choir leader who might be able to help us, please give us a call.

“We love doing it and we make a good sound. It is a lovely choir and it would be such a shame if it did not continue.”

The choir sings all sorts of music, ancient and modern, some in foreign languages, some more obscure and all of it mostly sung a capella.

Debbie can be contacted on 01485 779056.



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