Our Music

MusicComposer
A cuckoo and an owl
Agnus Dei, from Messe de RequiemAlain
All is silent Mozart
As torrents in summer Elgar
Ave MariaRachmaninoff
Ave VerumMozart
Ave verum corpus Byrd
Away In A MangerReginald Jacques
Barbara AllenBeachboys
Bless the LordC Norton/L Johnson
Bon Voyage (there’s no cure like travel), from Anything GoesPorter
Come againDowland
Come to the fairMartin
Country GardensEarl Rogers
Dona la pace - Taize chant
Dona nobis pacem - Taize chant
Dona nobis pacem, from Mass in B minorJ.S. Bach
Dona nobis pacem, from Missa Brevis in FMozart
Early one morning, English traditionalarr. Fletcher
Eleanor RigbyBeatles
Et in terra pax hominibus, part II of the GloriaVivaldi
Five EyesArmstrong Gibbs
Flow, my tears Dowland
Funeral ikos John Tavener
Gaelic blessing Rutter
Gaelic blessing John Rutter
Hamba LuluMike Brewer
He that shall endure to the end
Hey JudeBeatles
I BelieveDrake, Grahm, Shirl, Stillman
I'd like to teach the World to SingCook, Greenaway, Backer, Davis
Linstead Market, Jamaica traditional
Money, money, money.Abba
Never weather-beaten sail Wood
Not yet but soonBrian Hooker
Now is the Month of MayingThomas Morley
Now the day is nearly done
O peaceful England, from Merrie EnglandGerman
Ose ShalomLeavitt
Pie JesuRob Hall
Reach out and TouchNickolas Ashford/Valerie Simpson
RequiemGabriel Faure
Requiem (the lord is my shepherd) Rutter
See the ship Haines
Serenade to musicR Vaughan Williams
So they gave their bodiesAston
Song (to be sung unaccompanied on a summer night) Delius
Sumer is icumen in
Swing low sweet chariotNorton/Johnson
The Blue BirdC V Stanford
The Crown of RosesTchaikovsky
The Iona Boat song, Scottish traditionalarr. Bell
The last journey
The long day closes Sullivan
The Lord Bless you and keep youJohn Rutter
The Lord is my ShepherdRutter
The runaway trainarr Haines
The Silver SwanOrlando Gibbons
The sweet nightingale arr Hughes
The Teddy Bears' PicnicJohn Bratton
The Vine and the Fig tree
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Rob Hall
Thula Baba, thula sanaAfrican
With a smile and a song, from Snow WhiteChurchill, arr. Hayward
‘S wonderfu'lGershwin

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