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From Byrd to Beatles | Wooburn Singers

Saturday June 15, 2019 at 19:30
St Michael and All Angels Church, Beaconsfield
£15 (under 18s free)
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  1. If ye love me - Thomas Tallis
  2. Laudibus in sanctis - William Byrd
  3. Now is the month of maying - Thomas Morley
  4. Hosanna to the son of David - Thomas Weelkes
  5. Hear my Prayer, O Lord Z 15 - Henry Purcell
  6. Lay a garland on her hearse - Robert Lucas Pearsall
  7. The blue bird, from 8 Partsongs Op 119 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, words by Mary E Coleridge
  8. Wassail Song - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  9. Bring us in Good Ale - Gustav Holst
  10. A Shepherd's Carol - Benjamin Britten
  11. You'll never walk alone, from Carousel - Richard Rodgers, arranged by Stephen Jackson
  12. Penny Lane - Lennon and McCartney, arranged by Peter Gritton
  13. Hey Jude - Lennon and McCartney, arranged by Peter Gritton

Wooburn Singers, with our musical director Tom Hammond-Davies and pianist Simon Howat, will showcase some of the best of English music from William Byrd and Thomas Tallis composing during the reign of Elizabeth I, through to Benjamin Britten and Lennon and McCartney in the reign of Elizabeth II and with Henry Purcell, Arthur Sullivan, Ralph Vaughan Williams and many others in between.

From madrigals to anthems and from drinking songs to Beatles arrangements, this summer concert will have something for everybody. Join us for a glass of wine or a soft drink in the interval.

St Michael and All Angels Church
Grenfell Road
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