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A Festival of Summer Music June 2014, 25th June

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A Festival of Summer Music 2014

We always love our Summer concert, which gives us a chance to have  areally great sing, and then socialise with our friends and patrons over a glass of wine & some homemade cakes ! There was a lovely mix of music in the programme - something for everyone, including a WW1 era Music Hall sing-a-long ! And we were pleased to introduce our guests, the talented Kempton trio, and young local baritone, Michael Lowe.


The Lord Gave The Word G.F. Handel from Messiah
Hostias W.A. Mozart from Requiem
Be Not Afraid Felix Mendelssohn from Elijah
Kempton Trio
Three miniatures for String Trio Frank Bridge
Shakespeare Songs R. Vaughan Williams
Michael Lowe
The Vagabond R. Vaughan Williams
Standchen Schubert
Se Vuol Ballare W.A. Mozart from The Marriage of Figaro
with choir
Libera Me Gabriel Faure from Requiem
The Ash Grove G. Jacobs
Down by the Sally Gardens J. Vine
Blow Away the Morning Dew R.O. Morris

Very brief interval
Part 2
The Goslings Frank Bridge
Christopher Robin is Saying His Prayers Frazer Simpson
Kempton String Quartet
Rodgers & Hammerstein medley arr. Mac Huff
Michael Lowe (with choir)
When Britain Really Ruled the Waves W.S. Gilbert and A. Sullivan from Iolanthe
We’ll Gather Lilacs Ivor Novello
Musical Hall Medley (audience and choir) arr. Peter Lawson
Put on your tat-ta little girlie; I’ll be your sweetheart; Danny Boy; After the ball; She was one of the early birds; Somebody stole my gal; I do like to be beside the seaside; Oh, Oh, Antonio; Daisy Bell; Daddy wouldn’t buy me a bow-wow; Let’s all go down the Strand; Lily of Laguna; It’s a long way to Tipperary
Their Sound is Gone Out G.F. Handel from Messiah


A Festival of Summer Music June 2014