A Musical Tribute To Barbara

Sat 16 Oct 2010
A Musical Tribute to Barbara
StMargaret’s Swinton

Joint Concert by Bel Canto and Rawmarsh Choral Society
Musical Director & Conductor RDCS : Jeff Tyler
Musical Director & Conductor Bel Canto: David Sanderson
Accompanist for both choirs: Jonathan Gooing

Both choirs
Selection from Carmina Burana by Carl Orff
O Fortuna
Fortune plango vulnera
Floret silva
(Jonathon Gooing + Andrew Backhouse on piano)

Bel Canto
Sing a song of sixpence: Diack
Dashing away with the smoothing iron: Arr. Carter
My spirit sang all day: Finzi
Love Divine All Loves Excelling: Goodall

Piano solo Lauren Sawden
Novelette in C Major: Poulenc
Prelude in G Minor: Rachmaninoff

Vocal solo Carol Price
‘Ave Maria’ : Gounod

Rawmarsh and District Choral Society
Gilbert and Sullivan selection
When the Foeman bears his steel’ Pirates of Penzance
Soloists: Jean Daykin, Ann Fisher, Derek Drabble, Roger Shaw
In a Doleful Train Patience (
Soloists: Joan Cowley, Roger Shaw)
I Hear the Soft Note Patience
(with Mike Tipler and friends
Ah Leave me not to Pine Pirates of Penzance
(with Mike Tipler and friends)
The Long Day Closes Arthur Sullivan

Bel Canto Vocal Ensemble
Beati Quorum Via :Stanford
Dry Bones Arr. Tate
Adiemus: Jenkins
(Recorder solo: Claire Wheat)

Vocal Solo Paul Clerehugh
Recit. and aria from Handel’s Messiah
‘Thus Saith the Lord’ and ‘But who may Abide?’

Both choirs
Zadok the Priest: Handel


Both choirs
We’ll Gather Lilacs: Novello, Arr. Derbyshire

Vocal Solo Chris Elliott
Silent Worship: Handel

Rawmarsh and District Choral Society
Songs from the shows
Ascot Gavotte, My fair lady: Lerner/Loewe
Make Believe, Showboat: Jerome Kern
Tonight, West Side Story: Leonard Bernstein
Try to remember, The Fantasticks: Harvey Schmidt
A Sunshine Medley, Wizard of Oz; Singing in The Rain.
Arr. Billingley

Vocal solo Melanie Marshall
Queen of the night Aria no 4, The Magic Flute: Mozart

Bel Canto
For the Beauty of the Earth: Rutter
The Lord’s Prayer (The African Sanctus): David Fanshaw
Soloist: Claire Wheat
All Things Bright and Beautiful: Rutter
How Lovely are thy dwellings Brahms

Both choirs
Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah by Handel