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    John R. Fletcher
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    Sacred music:
    Carolous Andreas: Fauxbourdon Evening canticles (ed. Paul Hayward)
    Jacques Arcadelt: Missa De beata Virgine
    Gilles Binchois: A solis ortus, cardine à 4
    Manuel Cardoso: Missa Miserere mihi Domine: Kyrie
    Pierre de la Rue: Ave Regina caelorum
    Pierre de la Rue: Laudata Dominum, omnes gentes
    Guillaume Dufay: Urbs beata Jerusalem
    John Dunstable: Descendi in ortum meum
    Robert Fayrfax: O lux, beata Trinitas
    Josquin Desprez: Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi
    Thierry Machuel: Ich bin Leben, das leben will (Bars 1-33), from Mémorial
    Manuel Mendes: Asperges me
    Johannes Ockeghem: Alma redemptoris mater
    Johannes Ockeghem: Ave Maria
    Brian A. Schmidt: Lux aeterna
    Franz Schubert: Salve Regina D.386
    Thomas Tallis: Loquebantur variis linguis (ed. Edward Jones)
    Christopher Tye: Alleluia – Per te Dei genitrix
    Tomás Luis de Victoria: Misa Ave Regina caelorum

    Christmas music:
    De Virgin Mary had a baby boy (arr. Malcolm Sargent)
    The first nowell (arr. Ola Gjeilo)
    Four old English carols, by Gustav Holst
    Mary had a baby (arr. Malcolm Sargent)
    Noël nouvelet (arr. Philip Lawson)

    Secular music:
    Amazing grace (arr. Milt Rogers)
    Climb ev’ry mountain, by Richard Rodgers (arr. Charles Smith)
    The farmer and the cowman, by Richard Rodgers (arr. Crane Calder)
    The green leaves of summer, by Dimitri Tiomkin
    Hushabye mountain, by Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman (arr. SATB Andy Beck)
    I’ll be there, by Berry Gordy, Hal Davis, Willie Hutch and Bob West (arr. Deke Sharon)
    Margot labourez le vignes, by Jacques Arcadelt
    Sing, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow (arr. SATB Ed Lojeski)
    Where griping grief, by Richard Edwards

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