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      John R. Fletcher

      New files added week-ending 19 October 2019

      Sacred music:
      Roberto Brisotto: Ave verum
      Giuio Caccini: Ave Maria (arr. 2-part Jonathan Wikeley)
      Ralph Vaughan Williams: For all the saints – Choral hymn (arr. Henry G. Ley)
      Thomas Tallis: Glory to thee, my God, this night – Tallis’s canon (arr. Kenneth Brown)
      Pierre Villette: Adoro te

      Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding: Hymn Tune Merton, by William H. Monk

      Christmas music:
      A Christmas carol, by Charles Ives (arr. Paul C. Echols)
      The first nowell (arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw)
      Have yourself a merry little Christmas, by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane (arr. SATB Mac Huff)
      I syng of a mayden, by Kathleen Allan
      Infant holy (arr. TTBB Denys Hood)
      Jingle bells, by James L. Pierpont (arr. Ray Charles)
      A little Christmas music (arr. Daryl Runswick)
      A merry little Christmas (arr. Goff TTBB Richards)
      Patapan (arr. Martin Shaw)
      A Pohutukawa carol, by Douglas Mews
      Ring those Christmas bells, by Gus Levene (arr. TTBB Ryan Murphy)
      Silent night, by Franz Gruber (arr. Kirby Shaw)
      The twelve days after Christmas, by Frederick Silver
      Welcome December! (arr. 2-part Ruth Elaine Schram)
      The Wexford carol (arr. Linda Steen Spevacek)

      Secular music:
      After the gold rush, by Neil Young (arr. Peter Knight)
      Bohemian rhapsody, by Freddie Mercury (arr. SAB Mark Brymer)
      Fern Hill, by John Corigliano
      The girl I left behind me (arr. Dan Forrest)
      Give me the river, by Toby Young
      Kaladō (arr. Juris Vaivods)
      The nightingale (arr. Dan Forrest)
      Parade of the wooden soldiers, by Leon Jessel (arr. 2-part Greg Gilpin)
      Der Strauss, by Fanny Hensel
      This we know, by Sarah Quartel
      To music and friendship, by David Bednall
      Wandl’ ich in dem Wald des Abends, by Fanny Hensel
      Waters of Elle, by Robert L. de Pearsall
      We will have a fruit cake for our tea, by Nigel Don
      Wo noch kein Wandrer gegangen, by Ersnt Rudorff


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