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    John R. Fletcher

    Sacred music:
    Peter Anglea: Jubilate Deo
    Johann Sebastian Bach: Missa brevis in A BWV.234
    Christopher Knott: Praise the Lord, O my soul
    Guy Turner: Lux aeterna
    Tomás Luis de Victoria: Magnificat Primi toni
    Tomás Luis de Victoria: Misa Alma redemptoris
    Antonio Vivaldi: Fac ut ardeat, from Stabat mater (arr. SATB Tim Pratt)

    Christmas music:
    Advent Alleluia (arr. SAB Keith Christopher)
    The beautiful sing, by Eric William Barnum
    Bell carol (arr. SAB Heather Sorenson)
    The bells of paradise, by Ronald Corp
    Brightest and best, Southern Harmony 1835 (arr. Shawn Kirchner)
    The Capriol carol, by Bryan Kelly
    A cradle song, by Jacques Cohen
    Go, tell it on the mountain: Christmas spiritual (arr. Stacey V. Gibbs)
    God rest you merry, gentlemen (arr. SAB Larry Shackley)
    Good Christian men, rejoice (arr. Philip Ledger)
    I saw three ships (arr. Philip Marshall)
    In the manger, by Joseph Barnby
    The lamb, by Jacques Cohen
    O come, Emmanuel, by Alan Bullard
    On Christmas night (The Sussex carol), by Steven Griffin
    Pat-a-pan (arr. David Conte)
    Rejoice and be merry, by John Rutter
    The shepherds’ carol, by Bernard Hughes
    The shepherds’ tale, by Thomas Hewitt Jones
    Silent night, by Franz Gruber (arr. Carl H. Reinecke)
    Sing Noel, Allelluia! (arr. SAB John Leavitt)
    The waiting sky, by Oliver Tarney
    What have they done to my Christmas? by Mike Sammes
    What strangers are these? (arr. Richard Purvis)
    Wintertide, by Ola Gjeilo

    Secular music:
    Fear no more the heat o’ the sun, by Gerald Finzi (arr. SATB Jonathan Rathbone)
    Choral selections from Show boat, by Jerome Kern (arr. Jackie O’Neill)
    Soldiers at peace, by Ina Boyle
    Three Hungarian folk-songs SSAA, by Mátyás Seiber

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