O Glorious Summer


CitySound Voices

Conducted by Ruth McKibbin, accompanied by Peter French

  • Exsultate Justi – Lodovico Grossi da Viadana
  • Oh How Glorious – Philip Stopford
  • O Quam Gloriosum – Tomás Luis de Victoria
  • Te Deum – Franz Joseph Haydn

Mendip Male Voice Choir

Conducted by Jamie Knights, accompanied by Phillip Evry

  • What a Wonderful World – George Weiss and Bob Thiele, Arranged by Mark Brymer
  • Shall We Gather at the River – Robert Lowry, Arranged by Alwyn Humphreys
  • For the Beauty of the Earth – Words by F. S. Pierpoint, Music by John Rutter
  • Anthem from ‘Chess’ – Words by Tim Rice, Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus
  • What Would I Do Without My Music? – Harry Middlebrooks and Bruce Belland, Arranged by Alwyn Humphreys

Interval

Mendip Male Voice Choir

Conducted by Jamie Knights, accompanied by Phillip Evry

  • Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – from ‘Mary Poppins: The Musical, Richard B Sherman and Robert B Sherman, Additional Words and Music by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, Arranged by Mac Huff
  • Let All Men Sing – Keith Christopher
  • Bring Him Home – Words by Herbert Kretzmer and Alain Boublil, from ‘Les Misérables’, Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Arranged by John Leavitt
  • Shining – Kate Courage
  • Rhythm of Life – Words by Dorothy Field, from ‘Sweet Charity’, Music by Cy Coleman, Arranged by Richard Barnes

CitySound Voices

Conducted by Ruth McKibbin, accompanied by Peter French

  • Let the River Run – Carly Simon, Arranged by Craig Hella-Johnson
  • Shenandoah – Traditional, Arranged by James Erb
  • Sure on This Shining Night – Morten Lauridsen, from ‘Nocturnes’
  • Underneath the Stars – Kate Rusby, Arranged by Voces 8
  • Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen, Arranged by Mac Huf

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