Norfolk Music School

Verse into Song

Can the Worldwide Song Project turn your poem into a song?

Here's an opportunity for anyone in Mundesley, adult or child:

Let the Worldwide Song Project turn your poem into a song!

As Project director I've a team of musicians who are ready and waiting to be inspired! Throughout its 10 year history the Project has set nearly all the poems people like - and unlike - you have sent it from around the world. 

The first to contribute were the children on Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic - and then their parents.

The Queen approved an island issue of Song Project stamps in 2012. 

While living up to its worldwide billing, the Project welcomes local contributions, too - on any topic under the sun.

I live in Trunch, so north-east Norfolk gets special attention! 


Let's make your poem sing!

If we succeed you'll receive your song arranged for voice and piano.

(It will reach you as a pdf plus synthesised sound. Frame it or sing it - it's up to you!)


Keen contributors like those on Tristan also have the thrill of seeing their songs in print.

Send us your poems and let's give Mundesley a songbook, too!

A page from 'Songs for Sark'

(the songbook produced for

the Channel Island).

A budding composer from

North Walsham giving an

open air performance of

one of the more amusing

'Songs for Sark.'


Remember - Taking part in the Project doesn't cost you a penny.

Use the form below to ask any questions, or email me at [email protected], which is where to send poems.

Poems by under 16s should reach me via parents, carers or teachers, stating the author's age.

I do my best to keep in touch with everyone who supports the Project, even if their poems aren't set.

Tony D Triggs

Director, the Worldwide Song Project

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