Sing to the Lord a new song! — 15 October 2016
St Martin’s, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington

Monteverdi — Cantate Domino
Tomás Luis de Victoria — O quam gloriosum
Palestrina — Exsultate Deo
Heinrich Schütz — Lobe den Herren
Giovanni Gabrieli — Jubilate Deo
Viadana — Exsultate justi
J.S. Bach — Jesu meine Freude
Bruckner — Locus iste
Bruckner — Ave Maria
Bruckner — Os justi
Lotti — Crucifixus
Bruckner — Christus factus est
Rheinberger — Abendlied
Mendelssohn — Verleih uns Frieden
Mendelssohn — Psalm 43

Sing Glory! — 22 May 2016
St Joseph’s, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington

Mike Sheppard — Sing Glory
Craig McLeish — The Negro Speaks of Rivers
Bob Chilcott — Spirituals

Magnificat — 24 October 2015
St Martin’s, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington
With 21st Century Baroque
Charlotte Barbour-Condini, Recorder
Susan Gilmour Bailey, Soprano
Rebecca Outram, Soprano
Sarah Maxted, Mezzo
Simon Wall, Tenor
Robert Evans, Bass

George F. Handel — Dixit Dominus
Antonio Vivaldi — Concerto in C for two recorders and strings
Jean-Baptiste Lully — Premier air des espagnols
Dietrich Buxtehude — Magnificat
David Gordon/Adam Summerhayes — Hybrid Concerto
Antonio Vivaldi — Magnificat

If Music be the food of love… — 7 June 2015
St Barnabas, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington
With James Lister, tenor
and Christopher Goodwin, lute

Thomas Morley — It was a lover and his lass; My bonny lass she smileth.
Charles Wood — Full fathom five.
Ralph Vaughan Williams — Three Shakespeare Songs.
Robert Johnson — Full fathom five; Where the bee sucks; Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong (Christopher Goodwin, voice and lute); Woods, rocks and mountains (James Lister, tenor, with Christopher Goodwin, lute).
Roger Quilter — Five Shakespeare Songs (James Lister, tenor, with Helen Wharmby, piano).
John Dowland — Can she excuse my wrongs; Weep you no more, sad fountains; Fine knacks for ladies; Come again! Sweet love doth now invite.
John Farmer — Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone.
Thomas Ravenscroft — A round of three country dances in one; He that will an alehouse keep; Hey ho, nobody at home.
Elizabeth Maconchy — Ophelias’s song.
Thomas Campion — Never weather-beaten sail.
Robert Jones — Farewell, dear love.
Thomas Ford — Since I first saw your face.
Francis Pilkington — Rest, sweet nymphs.
Will Todd — It was a lover and his lass.

Animal Antics — 7 March 2015
United Reformed Church, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington
with St Teresa’s Junior Chamber Choir
Helen Wharmby and Jan Assersohn (pianos)
Alma Deutscher (violin)
Helen Deutscher (piano)

Eric Whitacre (words Ogden Nash) — Animal Crackers: The Panther; The Cow; The Firefly; The Canary; The Eel; The Kangaroo.
Camille Saint-Saëns — Tortoises; The Cuckoo in the Depths of the Woods (Jan Assersohn and Helen Wharmby, four hands)
Don Besig — Flying Free (children’s choir with Victoria Morgan, flute and Helen Wharmby, piano)
Gioacchino Antonio Rossini — The Cat Duet (Victoria Morgan and Imogen Kelly, singers and Helen Wharmby, piano)
J.S. Bach: — Prelude no. 1 in C Major (Helen Deutscher, piano)
Franz Schubert — The Bee (Alma Deutscher, violin, Janie Steen, piano)
Camille Saint-Saëns — The Carnival of the Animals: The Elephant; The Swan (Jan Assersohn and Helen Wharmby, four hands)
John Rutter — Five Childhood Lyrics: Monday’s Child; The Owl and the Pussy-Cat (words by Edward Lear); Windy Nights (words by Robert Louis Stevenson); Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; Sing a Song of Sixpence.
Andrew Carter — Benedicite: O all ye Works of the Lord; Green Things; Sun and Moon; Badgers and Hedgehogs (children’s choir); Ice and Snow; Whales and Waters; Butterflies and Moths (children’s choir); Thunder and Lightning; Spirits and Souls; Grannies and Grandads (children’s choir); O let the Earth Bless the Lord (with Helen Wharmby, piano)

For the Fallen — 25 October 2014
St Martin’s, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington

Douglas Guest — For the fallen.
Eleanor Daley — Requiem: Requiem aeternam I; Out of the deep; In remembrance; Requiem aeternam II.
Ian Assersohn — In Flanders fields; Futility.
Roger Quilter — Fear no more the heat o’ the sun.
Ian Assersohn — Remember.
Eric Whitacre — Sleep.
Henry Purcell — Hear my prayer; When I am laid in earth.
Timothy Noon — Evocation to a friend.
Ian Assersohn — High flight; The street sounds to the soldiers’ tread; O Death! Rocke me asleep.
trad American, arr Mack Wilberg & Nigel Short — The dying soldier.

A Fancy of Folk Songs — 8 June 2014
St Barnabas, Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington
with Tamara Young (harp)
and Gabriella Noble (flute and soprano)

John Rutter — The Sprig of Thyme: The willow tree; The cuckoo; Willow song.
Janet Wheeler — My love is like a red, red rose.
Benjamin Britten — Folksongs for high voice and harp: I was lonely and forlorn; Lord! I married me a wife; Bonnie at morn.
Gabriella Noble — Higher Germanie.
Ben Finn — She moved through the fair.
Andrew Carter — The lark in the clear air.
Celia McDowell — A Fancy of Folksongs: Green bushes; The rambling sailor; The crystal spring; O no, John!
Amy Bebbington — Black is the colour; Come roving sailor.
John Marson — El Picaflor (harp)
Paul Ayres — As I went out one May morning (click HERE to listen).
David Willcocks — Afton Water.
Gustav Holst — I love my love; Swansea Town.

Earth Water Air Fire — 2 March 2014
St Joseph’s Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington

Edward Elgar — As torrents in summer.
American folksong arr. James Erb — Shenandoah.
Stephen Leek — Morning tide; Ngana.
Craig McLeish — The negro speaks of rivers.
Robert Pearsall — Lay a garland.
Thomas Morley — Fyer! Fyer!
Bob Chilcott — The making of the drum.
Sarah Quartell — Here on these branches.
Eric Whitacre — Leonardo dreams of his flying machine.

Appear and Inspire — 26 October 2013
St Martin’s Dorking
Conductor Amy Bebbington

Benjamin Britten — Rejoice in the Lamb; The ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard; Hymn to Saint Cecilia.
John Corigliano — Fern Hill; Three Irish folk-song settings.
Gerald Finzi — Lo, the full, final sacrifice.

As Torrents in Summer — 9 June 2013
St Barnabas Ranmore
Conductor David Young

Edward Elgar — Two songs: The shower; The fountain.
Charles Villiers Stanford — The bluebird.
Ralph Vaughan Williams — Five English folksongs: The dark-eyed sailor; The springtime of the year; Just as the tide was flowing; The lover’s ghost; Wassail song.
James McMillan — The gallant weaver.
Edward Elgar — As torrents in summer.
Gerald Finzi — Clear and gently stream.
Orlando Gibbons — The silver swan.
Josquin des Prez — El grillo.
Joseph Barnby — Sweet and low.
Robert Lucas Pearsall — There is a paradise; Lay a garland.
Johannes Brahms — Waldesnacht.
Arthur Sullivan — The long day closes.

Reflections — 23 February 2013
St Paul’s Dorking
Conductor Justin Doyle

Palestrina and Poulenc — Exsultate Deo.
Lotti and Vivaldi — Crucifixus.
Anerio and Bruckner — Christus factus est.
Parsons and Rachmaninoff — Ave Maria/Bogoroditse devo.
Fauré and Byrd — Ave, verum corpus.
Campion and Parry — Never weather-beaten sail.
Rheinberger — Abendlied.
Kodály — Evening song.
Palestrina and Duruflé — Tu es Petrus.

Collide-o-scope — 22 October 2012
St Martin’s Dorking
Conductor Justin Doyle

Peru — Hanacpachap cussicuinin.
Finland — Vem kan segla?
Sweden — Uti vår hage.
Hungary — Doberdói dal.
Macedonia — Što mi e milo.
Russia — Vo pole berjozonika stajala.
Turkey — Nar çiçegim.
Cuba — Habanera divina.
Brazil — A lua girou.
Mexico — El cascabel.
Japan — Aka-tonbo.
Kenya — Malaika.
South Africa — Thula baba; Shosholoza.

Love and Battle — 26 May and 10 June 2012
Brancepeth Castle and St Barnabas Ranmore
Conductor Justin Doyle

Plainsong — Te Deum laudamus.
Lodovico da Viadana — Exsultate justi.
Cristóbal de Morales — Peccantem me quotidie.
Peter Philips — Ave verum corpus.
Richard Dering — Factum est silentium.
Clément Dannequin — La guerre (part 2).
Giovanni Gastoldi — Amor vittorioso.
Thomas Weelkes — Death hath deprived me.
Anon — Agincourt carol.
Claudio Monteverdi — Choruses from ‘Orfeo’ (Act 1).
Giacomo Carissimi — Plorate filii Israel from ‘Jephthe’.
Matthew Locke — ‘Psyche’ and ‘Cupid and Death’ (extracts). John Blow — Venus and Adonis (extract).
Henry Purcell — ’Tis women makes us love.
John Sheppard — In pace.

In the Beginning — 11 March 2012
St Michael’s Mickleham
Conductor Piers Maxim

Aaron Copland — Four Motets: Have Mercy on us, O my Lord; Thou, O Jehovah, abideth for ever; Help us, O Lord; Sing ye praises to our King.
Samuel Barber — Reincarnations: Mary Hynes; Anthony O’Daly; The Coolin.
Arthur Bliss — Seven American poems: Gone, gone again is summer; Siege; Feast; Little elegy; Rain comes down; Fair Annet’s song; Being young and green.
John Rutter — Hymn to the Creator of light.
Steve Reich — Clapping music.
Aaron Copeland — In the Beginning.

The Extra Voice — 15 October 2011
St Martin’s, Dorking
Conductor Justin Doyle

Claudio Monteverdi — Adoramus te Christe.
Thomas Tallis — O Nata Lux.
Johannes Eccard — Maria wallt zum Heiligtum.
Richard Dering — Ave Virgo Gloriosa.
Hungarian folksong — Doberdói dal.
Reginald deKoven, arr Justin Doyle — O Promise me.
Trad, arr Justin Doyle — O when the Saints.
Francisco Guerrero — Hail, most holy Virgin.
Trad, arr Justin Doyle — Suo Gân.
Hans Leo Hassler — Ach, Weh des Leiden.
Canadan Ercetin — Seveden Olmasa.
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