Our music


Lament - our first song

In 2003 Glenda Cloughly wrote the words for a lament for the people of Iraq, only days before the invasion of Iraq was launched. Judith Clingan wrote a tune and 150 Canberra women gathered in the foyer of Australian Parliament House to sing this lament on 18 March 2003, when John Howard, the Australian Prime Minister, declared Australia's participation in the invasion. This action launched A Chorus of Women. See 'About A Chorus of Women' for more detail. 
Click here for the original hand-written manuscript.

Chorus of Women - Songbook

In 2013 we launched our 10th anniversary songbook, containing over 170 pages of our original music and much interesting information about us and about the songs. Songbooks are available for $30. Click on image to display contents. Please contact us if you would like further details. Songbook

'Giving Voice'

'Giving Voice' is a compilation of 15 songs reflecting the concerns and creativity of A Chorus of Women. The songs and the accompanying booklet form a story of the activities of the Chorus our first four years.

The CD was launched by ACT Senator Kate Lundy at the ACT Legislative Assembly on Monday 11 December 2006. Chorus sang a selection of songs from the CD and Kate Lundy gave a very moving speech about the role A Chorus of Women had played in voicing the concerns of citizens, including politicians.

If you want to order a copy of 'Giving Voice' please contact us .

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