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The Edinburgh Singers: Scotland at Night

When
Saturday June 13, 2015 at 19:30
Where
Old St Paul's Episcopal Church, Edinburgh
Tickets
£12, £10 concession (under 12s free)
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  1. Tota pulchra es - James MacMillan
  2. A new song - James MacMillan
  3. O vos omnes - Chris Hutchings
  4. Contemplator celestium - Martin Dalby
  5. Mater salutaris - Martin Dalby
  6. O make me a channel of your peace - William A More
  7. Song for St Cecilia - Ken Johnston
  8. Three Reflections - Edward McGuire
    • Let it be forgotten
    • Alone
    • Heaven-Haven (A nun takes the veil)
  9. Life's rejoicing - Tommy Fowler
  10. Scotland at Night - Tom Cunningham
    • Dusk
    • Refinery in the darkness
    • Ceilidh
    • Simmer Dim in Shetland
    • Trout Loch
    • Lullaby
  11. The Gallant Weaver - James MacMillan
  12. A Scottish Blessing - Gordon Cree

Tom Cunningham’s song cycle with lyrics by Alexander McCall Smith, heads a programme of choral music by great Scottish composers, including James MacMillan, Edward McGuire, Chris Hutchings, Martin Dalby, William More, Ken Johnston and Tommy Fowler, and featuring a newly-commissioned piece by Gordon Cree. Under the baton of Alistair Digges and with John Kitchen at the organ.


Venue
Old St Paul's Episcopal Church
39 Jeffrey Street
Edinburgh
Lothian
EH1 1DH
Scotland
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