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COLYTON: School releases CD of students’ music for eating disorder charity
Tuesday, 17 June 2014
YEAR 12 Colyton Grammar School student Anna Hearnden has created a CD in support of the charity B-eat, which was successfully released to coincide with the school’s recent Garden Fair. The music, which is all in the form of original pieces written by Colyton students, ranges from acoustic-based songs to up-tempo electronica and more tranquil piano music. Copies of the CD are now on sale from the school library priced at £5. Anna, 17, who hopes to create a second disc this summer, said she “just wanted to encourage as many musicians as possible to get involved”. “I am amazed by the incredible musical talents of students from all years,” she added. B-eat is the leading UK charity for people with eating disorders and money from the sales of Anna’s CD will help fund life-changing work to help sufferers. Students whose music features on the CD include: Year 8 - Izzie Donnan, Absana Rutherford, Matilda Gaukroger, Rebekah Alford; Year 9 - Rosa McKay, Suki Hannan, Sylvie Hodsgon, Jamie Malec; Year 10 - Zigi Porter; Year 11 - Bryanna Kilroy, Edward Ireland-Jones, Zeb Arnold, Catherine Cooper-Germscheid; Year 12 - Tom Chamberlain-Keen, Jesse Wilson, Anna Hearnden, Theo Paul, Bart Soper, Jesse Wilson, Theo Paul, Bart Soper, Chris Rampersad, Henry Pring, Jake Lucas; Year 13 - Cai Sutherland, Lizi Evans, Alice Chilcott, Seb Read.
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