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      John R. Fletcher
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      New files added week-ending 7 September 2019:

      Sacred music:
      Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata no.78: Jesu der du meine Seele
      Ola Gjeilo: Dark night of the soul
      Max Reger: Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht
      Pēteris Vasks: The fruit of silence

      Deep river (arr. Norman Luboff)

      Christmas music:
      A Celtic silent night, by Franz Gruber (arr. SAB Patrick Tierney)
      Fanfare for Christmas, by Kirby Shaw
      Feliz Navidad, by José Feliciano (arr. Paul Langford)
      Hodie Christus natus est, by Giovanni Bassano
      The Manchester carols, by Sasha Johnson Manning
      Mary’s cradle song (Flexible), by Max Reger (arr. Alan Bullard)
      O holy night, by Adolphe Adam (arr. Jonathan Rathbone)
      Rise up, shepherd, and follow (arr. Gordon Thornett)
      Santa baby, by Joan Javits, Phil Springer and Tony Springer (arr. 2-part Mac Huff)
      Santa baby, by Joan Javits, Phil Springer and Tony Springer (arr. SSA Mac Huff)
      Silent night, by Franz Gruber (arr. SSAA Mark Hayes)
      Still, still, still (arr. SSA Norman Luboff)
      ’Zat you, Santa Claus? by Jack Fox (arr. SAB Kirby Shaw)

      Secular music:
      California dreamin’, by John Phillips and Michelle Phillips (arr. 3-part mixed Roger Emerson)
      Forever Motown (arr. Roger Emerson)
      In stiller Nacht, by Johannes Brahms
      I’ve got my love to keep me warm, by Irving Berlin (arr. Kirby Shaw)
      Salley gardens (arr. Ben Gaughran)
      A spaceman came travelling, by Chris de Burgh (arr. Guy Bunce)
      When the foeman bares his steel, by Arthur Sullivan (arr. Murray)

      Cheers,
      JohnF

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