Christmas with CitySound Voices

CitySound Voices presents
Christmas Favourites,
on Saturday 2nd December 2017 at 7:30pm,
St. Michael’s Church, Bath

Christmas Favourites 2017 v2 2

 

 

CitySound Voices
Conducted by Ruth McKibbin, Accompanied by Peter French

Gustav Holst – Christmas Day

Britten – Hymn to the Virgin

Arr. David Willcocks – Sussex Carol

Harold Darke – In the Bleak Midwinter

Philip Stopford – Do not be Afraid (Soloist: Krystl Ride)

Edward Elgar – The Snow

King Edwards School Musicians
Conducted by Rupert Drury

Ralph Vaughan Williams – The Truth from Above (KES 24)

Irish Carol, Arr. David Willcocks – Angelus ad virginem (Senior Choir)

David Willcocks- Birthday Carol (Senior Choir)

Kim André Arnesen – The Lamb (KES 24)

J. Pierpoint, Arr. Ralph Allwood – Jingle Bells (KES 24)

INTERVAL

King Edwards School Musicians
Conducted by Rupert Drury

J. Leiber, M. Stoller & Ben E. King, Arr. Roger Emerson – Stand by me (Senior Choir)

Labi Siffre, Arr. Rupert Drury –It Must be Love (Madness) (Senior Choir)

Arr. A. Anders & /P. Astrom/M. Brymer – Fix You (Coldplay) (Senior Choir)

Matyas Seiber – Three Hungarian Folksongs (The Handsome Butcher / Apple, Apple / The Old Woman) (KES 24)

Louis Prim, Arr. Deke Sharon – Sing, Sing Sing (KES 24)

CitySound Voices
Conducted by Ruth McKibbin, Accompanied by Peter French

Natalie Sleeth, arr. Gilpin – Jazz Gloria

Ann Burgess – Comes the Light

Mykola Leontovitch – Ring Christmas Bells

Hector Berlioz – The Shepherd’s Farewell

Adolphe Adam – O Holy Night (Soloist: Krystl Ride)

CitySound Voices

with

KES Senior Choir, KES 24 and Krystl Ride

Conducted by Ruth McKibbin, Accompanied by Peter French

Philip StopfordA Christmas Blessing

Formed in 2012; Bath based CitySound Voices are an accomplished 30 voice ensemble with a diverse experience entertaining both nationally and internationally. City Sound’s repertoire ranges from Byrd to Bohemian Rhapsody!
Joining together to make music is one of the finest things a community can do. CitySound continues to draw people together continuing a musical tradition of enriching the lives of its members and the wider community.

 

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