Wed 18th Sep 2019, 6:30pm

This concert is sponsored by Savage and Gray Design 

Tenebrae Consort

World Folk Songs arranged by Bob Chilcott
Feller from Fortune (Canada)
The Gift to be Simple (America)
The Lazy Man (America)
She’s Like the Swallow (Canada)
L’habitant de Saint Barbe (Canada)
Con amores, la mi madre (Spain; by Juan de Anchieta)
Aka tombo (Japan)
Montagnarde (France)
Tuoll’ on mun kultani (Finland)
Danny Boy (Ireland; arr. Peter Knight)
En la Macarenita (Spain)


Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars by Bob Chilcott

The Great American Songbook
Cheek to Cheek by Irving Berlin, arr. Alexander L’Estrange
Go Little Boat by Jerome Kern, arr. Bob Chilcott
Texas Girl at the Funeral of Her Father by Randy Newman
Night and Day by Cole Porter, arr. L’Estrange
It’s a New World by Harold Arlen arr. Rodney Bennett
When I Fall in Love by Victor Young/Edward Heyman, arr. L’Estrange
Fascinating Rhythm by George Gershwin, arr. Chilcott                                    

Songs by The Beatles
Honey Pie by John Lennon/Paul McCartney, arr. Paul Hart
Goodnight by John Lennon/Paul McCartney, arr. Mark Williams
When I’m Sixty-Four by John Lennon/Paul McCartney, arr. Paul Hart

Described as “phenomenal” (The Times) and “devastatingly beautiful” (Gramophone Magazine), award-winning choir Tenebrae is one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles renowned for its passion and precision. Their new consort programme “Sun Moon, Sea and Stars” is an international collection of traditional songs and favourites from the Great American Songbook, arranged by Bob Chilcott and colleagues. The seemingly unlimited inventiveness of these great musical arrangers leaves no vocal trick uncovered, and dispenses with the need for any instruments. Let the voices sing you their own backing with the big band sound, bells, hurdy-gurdy and shawms, syncopated jazz rhythms and bluesy lullabies. Enter this world of choral song in all its guises, and be enchanted…

Tickets go on sale for the Friends Association on Monday 17th June. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday 1st July.

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Wed 18th Sep 2019, 6:30pm