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Midsummer flowers | Leeds Guild of Singers

Saturday June 16, 2018 at 19:00
St Matthew's Church, Chapel Allerton, Leeds
£10, £5 students and under 18s (secondary school), under 12s (primary school) free
Tickets "at the door" - until sold out
  1. Pseudo-yoik - Jaakko Mäntyjärvi
  2. Rakastava Op 14 - Jean Sibelius
  3. Siúil a rúin - Traditional Irish, arranged by Michael McGlynn
  4. The gallant weaver - James MacMillan
  5. 5 Flower Songs Op 47 - Benjamin Britten
  6. Jaanilaulud, 'St John's Day Songs' - Veljo Tormis
  7. Even When He Is Silent - Kim André Arnesen
  8. To be sung of a summer night on the water - Frederick Delius

From the well-crafted Estonian folk songs of Veljo Tormis, the rich sound of Frederick Delius’s English countryside, the distant and beautiful Irish folk song Siúil a rúin, to the ridiculous Pseudo-Yoik inspired by Lappish folk music, these are summer impressions from Baltic, Celtic, and English cultures.

Come and enjoy this colourful programme over a glass of something refreshing!

If you're unable to make this event, we are performing the same programme on Sunday 1st July, at St John's Church, Adel. Doors at 5pm for a 5.30pm recital.

St Matthew's Church
Wood Lane
Chapel Allerton, Leeds
West Yorkshire
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