Out from the Vale

Choral singing from Monteverdi to Flanders & Swann, with readings

Readers: Hugh Barton and Val Kirby

St John the Baptist Church, Pitchcombe

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Path from Pitchcombe to Stroud

Stream Crossing in the Painswick Valley
(photo by Mike White)

A varied programme of unaccompanied choral works and poetry readings:

Sancte Paule Apostole Adrian Willaert
Concordes adhibete animos Cipriano de Rore
Adoramus te, Christe Claudio Monteverdi
Jubilate Deo Giovanni Gabrieli
Two divine poems John Donne
Beati quorum via Mark Blatchly
Hallelujah Mark Blatchly
Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers Thomas Tomkins
Two poems (Come sable night; Hope of my heart) John Ward
Out from the vale John Ward
The Arethusa William Shield
Poem: My breast Iíll set upon a silver stream John Ward
How can I keep from singing? Robert Wadsworth Lowry
(arr. John Abdenour)
O waly waly Folk song
(arr Christopher le Fleming)
She's like the swallow Canadian folk song
(arr Edward T Chapman)
I love my love Cornish folk song
(arr Gustav Holst)

Two animal poems:

Macavity: The mystery cat
Elephant Eternity

T S Eliot
Adrian Mitchell
Three animal songs (arr. Philip Colls):  

Nellie the Elephant
The Hippopotamus Song
Little Red Monkey

Ralph Butler and Peter Hart
Michael Flanders and Donald Swann
Stephen Gale and Jack Jordan

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