We perform a great variety of music including; Classical pieces, Songs from Musical Theatre, Pop Songs, Folk Songs, Sacred Music, Spirituals and Welsh Hymns.



In 2018 we sang many new songs but also retained a few from 2017 and also featured several songs to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Our new songs were:


Angels,  Robert Williams and Guy Chambers Arr David Lawrence

E,en as a Lovely Flower,  Hugh S Roberton

Comrades in Arms,  Adolphe Adam Arr George Linney

Cavalry of the Steppes, Arr. L Knipper words Billy Scott

The Lark in the Clear Air,  Arr. Edgar M Deale words by Samuel Ferguson

Seventy Six Trombones, Meredith Wilson Arr. William Stickles

Joby Teasdales Tip , A Cumbrian Folk Song Arr. Anthony and Deborah Milledge

Keep the Homefires Burning, Arr. Alwyn Humphries

Roses of Picardy, Arr. Alwyn Humphries

Pack up your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag,  Arr. Francis Day and Hunter Ltd.

It's a Long Way to Tippereary Arr. Alwyn Humphries

Morte Christe, Emrys Jones

Gwahoddiad ,John Tudor Davies

IGot Plenty O' Nuttin', Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin and Du Bose Heyward

Steal Away, Arr. Denis R Cocks.


We performed Christmas songs at our concerts during December.




Some of our 2017 songs are listed below;


All through the Night, Traditional Arr. by Hugh S Roberton.

Blowin' in the Wind, Words by Bob Dylan, Arr by Gwyn Arch.

Cantique De Jean Racine by Gabriel Faure, Arr. by Derek J Clark.

Caleno Custure Me, Trad Arr. by Hugh S Roberton.

Calm is the Sea, John Guard.

Come to the Fair, Music by Easthope Martin, Lyrics by Helen Taylor.

Entrance and March of the Peers, Gilbert and Sullivan.

I Dreamed a Dream, Music by Claude Michel Schonberg, Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer.

Lilly of the Valley Arr. by Edmund Walters.

Roger's Coutship, A Furness folk song Arr. by Anthony and Deborah Milledge.

Schneewaltzer, A traditional tune from Bavaria, words by Deborah Milledge.

Speed Your Journey, Music by Giuseppe Verdi, English version by Norman Tucker and Tom Hammond.

The Fishermen of England, Dobson and Phillips.

The Water of Tyne, Trad. Arr. by Micheal Neaum.

When your feet don't touch the Ground, Eliot Kennedy and Gary Barlow.

With Cat like Tread, Gilbert and Sullivan.


We also performed Christmas songs at our concerts during December.




             Here we are performing at Much Wenlock during our visit to Shropshire in September 2017







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