Each song title in this repertoire is listed below. Click on the song title (only if Blue underlined) to view / download music (ideally you will already have this provided, but you may wish to print another copy or simply to view it on screen.
Music will open in a new tab in your web browser – this will allow you to play a backing track and view the music at the same time. We will not be starting work on these pieces until January 2022.
A Million Dreams (Performed Previously)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Performed Previously)
California Dreamin (To be supplied as published music)
Imagine (Performed Previously)
Les Misarables (Performed Previously)
The Tenor/Bass line will often follow the Altos, but there are two places where the TB line will sing on their own. The bar numbers of these sections are provided.
This Little Light of Mine (To be supplied as published music)
The following pieces have already been circulated to the choir. If you have joined in 2021 you may not have copies of these, but spares should be available. If you wish you can view (or print) the music by clicking on the Title Link of the piece.
Panis Angelicus (Performed Previously)
You Raise Me Up (Supplied in 2021)
This is a new song for this year. Printed (purchased) music will be provided. But you may wish to use the music provided on the title link for now.
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree (Supplied in 2021)
My own arrangement of this song. A version with piano accompaniment will be provided by the choir at some point.
The Lord Bless You and Keep You (Supplied in 2021)
You have a copy of this in your folders. The version on the above link should be the same, but possibly in a slightly different format. A version with piano score will be available if you require it.
NOTE: The tracks below have been updated! – the previous version was an error!
1940s Medley (Supplied in 2021)
My harmony arrangement of three songs. This is a new piece for your folder – full copies will be printed for you if you require it.
The Last Farewell (Supplied in 2021)
My vocal arrangement of the Roger Whittaker song. This will be a new song for your folder; you can work with the music available on the above link or be provided with a piano score version when the choir resumes. This piece uses separate Tenor and Bass lines in the final section; we will need to work on these when we re-start rehersals.