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Chilcott: My Heart's Friend |The Maidstone Singers and Notability(chamber choir)

Saturday October 27, 2018 at 19:30
St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London
£23 (premium), £18 (unreserved), £5 children
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  1. Caelos ascendit hodie, from 3 Motets Op 38 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  2. Hail, gladdening light - Charles Wood
  3. Lux aeterna - Sir Edward Elgar, arranged by James Cameron
  4. Exsultate, jubilate - Sir Karl Jenkins
  5. Agnus Dei, from The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace - Sir Karl Jenkins
  6. The isle is full of noises - Bob Chilcott
  7. Caliban's Song - David Hamilton
  8. The lily and the rose - Bob Chilcott
  9. Honey Pie - Sir Paul McCartney, arranged for mixed choir by Martin Pickard
  10. The bare necessities - Terry Gilkyson, arranged for mixed choir by Nicholas Hare
  11. The owl and the pussycat, from 5 Childhood Lyrics - John Rutter
  12. It was a lover and his lass - John Rutter
  13. My heart's friend, from Sun, moon, sea and stars - Bob Chilcott and Jussi Chydenius
  14. Deep in the night - Jussi Chydenius
  15. As the world turns - Bob Applebaum
  16. Blue Moon - Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, arranged for chamber choir by David Blackwell
  17. Northern Lights - Ola Gjeilo
  18. Northern Lights - Michael Dunford, arranged for mixed choir by David Jepson
  19. Chanson d'amour - Wayne Shanklin, arranged by Paul Hart
  20. And so it goes - Billy Joel, arranged by Bob Chilcott
  21. Sit down you're rockin' the boat - Frank Loesser, arranged by Grayston Ives
  22. Lennon and McCartney Medley No 1 - Lennon and McCartney, arranged for mixed choir by Ed Lojeski

The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London welcomes back The Maidstone Singers from Kent and Notability from Manchester for this concert of secular and sacred choral music spanning the last 150 years. The choirs will combine for several items throughout the evening as well as performing their own repertoire. The programme includes works by some of the great composers of the English choral tradition at the turn of the last century, Elgar, Stanford and Wood, pieces by contemporary composers Bob Chilcott, Ola Gjeilo, Sir Karl Jenkins and John Rutter, and lighter items such as arrangements of And so it goes, The bare necessities, Blue Moon and a medley of songs by Lennon and McCartney. Join us for this rich and varied programme in the delightful surroundings of St Botolph’s.

St Botolph without Bishopsgate
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