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The Ionian singers - Secular Music for unaccompanied voices

Saturday June 28, 2014 at 19:30
The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Hambleden
£12.50 (Friends £10), free to under 18s and students
Phone for tickets: 01189 403555 & 01491 571588
Phone lines open: any
Other Sources: Hambleden Village Stores or Mrs C Allen, 2 Wargrave Hall, High St, Wargrave.
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Tickets "at the door" - until sold out
  1. Feasting I watch Op 45 - Sir Edward Elgar
  2. Deep in my soul, from 4 Part Songs Op 53 - Sir Edward Elgar
  3. The Shower Op 71 No 1 - Sir Edward Elgar
  4. Invida Aetas - Timothy Salter
  5. Now sinks the sun - Horatio Parker
  6. Endymion - Joseph Horovitz
  7. To be sung on the water - Samuel Barber
  8. Farewell, my joy - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  9. The blue bird, from 8 Partsongs Op 119 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, text by Mary E. Coleridge
  10. Givers Op 96 - Edmund Rubbra
  11. He wishes for the cloths of Heaven - Russell Hepplewhite
  12. The summer is coming - Herbert Howells
  13. The coasts of High Barbary - Traditional, arranged by Timothy Salter
  14. Elsie Marley - Traditional, arranged by Timothy Salter
  15. Bonny at morn - Traditional, arranged by Timpothy Salter
  16. O no John - Traditional, arranged by Timothy Salter

The Ionian Singers is a London chamber choir committed to the performance of new works and great music from the past 400 years. Their enterprising performances draw large audiences. They have broadcast in the UK, Europe and USA and have made recordings.

Timothy Salter is active as a composer, conductor and pianist. The choir will perform music by Stanford, Elgar, Barber, Parker, Joseph Horovitz, Rubbra, Hepplewhite and Howells as well as folk song arrangements by Timothy Salter.

The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin

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