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Ensemble Singing Collection


A wide variety of repertoire is covered by the pieces in this collection. C.V. Stanford’s arrangement of an Irish jig, Quick! We Have But a Second, provides a wonderful tongue twisting workout for any choir or vocal ensemble, whilst the rhythmic challenges of Bob Chilcott’s version of the US folk song I Bought Me a Cat will enliven many rehearsals! This collection is headed by three contrasting renaissance works, and finishes with lively arrangements of the Beatles Back in the USSR, and Queen’s Seaside Rendezvous, taking in Humpty Dumpty along the way.




Song Listing

  1. Sing We and Chant It Thomas Morley SSATB
  2. If Ye Love Me Thomas Tallis SATB
  3. Dindirin, Dindirin Anonymous SATB
  4. Plaisir d'amour Giovanni Martini arr. Goff Richards SATB
  5. Quick! We Have But A Second Traditional Irish SATB
  6. S'vivon Traditional Jewish arr. Bob Chilcott SATB
  7. Takeda Lullaby (Takeda No Komoriuta) Traditional Japanese arr. Bill Ives SATB
  8. Humpty Dumpty Medley: Humpty Dumpty - Old King Cole - The Grand Old Duke Of York Traditional English arr. Paul Hart SATB
  9. Blackbird John Lennon - Paul McCartney arr. Daryl Runswick SATB
  10. I Bought Me A Cat Traditional American arr. Bob Chilcott SATB
  11. Back In The U.S.S.R John Lennon - Paul McCartney arr. Daryl Runswick SATB
  12. Seaside Rendezvous Freddie Mercury arr. Paul Hart SATB

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