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Don’ts for Choirmasters

A unique gift for choir lovers and aficionados

 

70 Dont’s

Informative – Quirky – Endearing

 

With a foreword by Paul Phoenix, former chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral and tenor with The King’s Singers, and founder of PurpleVocals.

A quality production with embossed cover and sewn binding.

£7.95 plus P&P

57. DON’T neglect the study and practice of plainsong… plainsong creates an atmosphere and does not smell of the pier, the theatre, or the restaurant.

66. DON’T let the sucking of sweets or lozenges go on in church without a protest. Some of the clergy set a bad example in this respect.

This book, written in 1924, is not only entertaining but remains pertinent to choir leaders and their choirs everywhere, even today.

 

 

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The remarkable story of Heffers of Cambridge.

 

A fully illustrated social history of a great Cambridge institution, capturing the spirit of a past era of retail, publishing, and printing.

Available via Heffers, Amazon & this website – £12.00 plus P&P

 

 

 

“You’ve achieved a wonderful balance between a thorough factual account and a very human, often heart-warming and amusing account, and I think you’ve absolutely nailed the character of the Heffers firm and how it was/is made-up of so many characters.”

Pippa Goodhart, Author, November 2016

 

 

Days of Sorrow, Times of Joy: The Story of a Victorian Family and its Love Affair with China

by Frances Clemmow

with a Foreword by Michael Wood, Historian & Broadcaster

9780993378140 Available now via Amazon at £13.99 plus P&P for a printed copy and £6.45 on Kindle (also available via Kindle Unlimited)

The book is very well written with a lot of photos and images within the text.” from a five star review on Goodreads

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Also available via this website, just a few remaining copies of the first edition.

You Had To Be There : The Rolling Stones Live 1962 – 1969 Richard Houghton

HARDBACK £14.99 plus P&P

Please note this title is no longer published by Gottahavebooks.

 

Gottahavebooks is a small indie publisher, jointly managed by Trevor and Julie Bounford.

 

Dr Julie Bounford FRSA

Julie hails from Cambridge town (not gown) and spent thirty years working in local government, the voluntary sector and higher education in the East of England.  Now an independent author and researcher, Julie has written a history of Heffers of Cambridge (2016), and project managed the 2017 Cambridge History Festival. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has extensive experience of working in partnership with a diverse range of organisations including universities, charities and community groups. Julie has also worked on projects funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, supporting community groups funded by The Heritage Lottery Fund, to research, write and disseminate local and popular history.

Trevor Bounford

Trevor is a graphic designer, illustrator, artist and author. He has been creating charts, maps, diagrams and illustrations, and designing books for over 45 years. His latest book, ‘Lost Icons of Rock Dot-to-Dot: 30 Legendary Musicians to Discover and Complete’ (2017) is now available via Amazon. Trevor was a founding member of, and a director of, the internationally acclaimed Diagram Group, responsible for art direction and international rights sales. Since the early 1980s, Trevor has worked independently and currently operates from a home studio with the unstinting support of his colleague of over twenty-five years. Trevor writes non-fiction (published nationally and internationally) and fiction (performed and read locally). He has created three successful books on paper airplanes and is currently working on a new, innovative work of paper flying models. His art has been exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2014 and 2015.