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Duruflé's Requiem: Saint Cecilia Singers 70th birthday

When
Saturday March 2, 2019 at 19:00
Where
Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester
Tickets
Free admission – a ticket is required

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  1. O come ye servants of the Lord - Christopher Tye
  2. When to the Temple Mary went - Johannes Eccard
  3. Rejoice in the Lord Always - John Redford
  4. Here is the little door - Herbert Howells
  5. My soul, there is a country, from Songs of Farewell - Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
  6. God is a spirit - Sir William Sterndale Bennett
  7. Beati quorum via, from 3 Motets Op 38 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  8. Jesu, grant me this, I pray - Percy Whitlock
  9. Let all mortal flesh keep silence - Sir Edward Bairstow
  10. Glory and honour - Charles Wood
  11. A Hymn for St Cecilia - Herbert Howells
  12. Requiem Op 9 - Maurice Duruflé

The Saint Cecilia Singers celebrate 70 years with a birthday tea and concert at Gloucester Cathedral on Saturday 2nd March.

Current and former members will sing Evensong at 4.30pm followed by Sparkling Afternoon Tea in the Chapter House at 5.30pm. Then at 7pm as a birthday present for supporters old and new the choir will perform choral masterpiece Duruflé’s Requiem accompanied by organist Christopher Allsop, alongside a selection of pieces performed at the Singers inaugural concerts on 17th February 1949 and 18th June 1950. The concert is free to attend.


Venue
Gloucester Cathedral
12 College Green
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL1 2LX
England
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