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The Library Vol. 4

Label: Signum Classics (SIGCD718) | Year: 2022
Singers: Patrick Dunachie (countertenor), Edward Button (countertenor), Julian Gregory (tenor), Christopher Bruerton (baritone), Nick Ashby (baritone), Jonathan Howard (bass)
Musicians: Liam Dunachie piano (track 1), Misha Mullov-Abbado double bass (track 1), Chet Hakim & Gary Lovenest percussion (track 4)



This is the fourth volume in our The Library EP series. The idea behind it is to explore, maintain and grow our library of close-harmony repertoire.

“Close-harmony” is arguably the part of our work for which we are best known, and our library of thousands of pop, jazz and folksong arrangements is one we’re always determined to nurture. The track-listing for each volume in the series is designed to celebrate old favourites alongside brand new arrangements created especially for these recordings, which we hope will become the ‘old favourites’ of the future”.

The King’s Singers were founded on 1 May 1968 by six choral scholars who had recently graduated from King’s College Cambridge. Their vocal line-up was (by chance) two countertenors, a tenor, two baritones and a bass, and the group has never wavered from this formation since.


Track Listing

  1. Somewhere Over the Rainbow Harold Arlen & E. Y Harburg, arr. Neil Richardson 6:15
  2. Seaside Rendezvous Freddie Mercury, arr. Paul Hart 2:40
  3. Make You Feel My Love Bob Dylan, arr. Alexander L'Estrange 3:43
  4. Hushabye Mountain Richard & Robert Sherman, arr. Blake Morgan 3:38
  5. Une gente bergère Traditional French, arr. Goff Richards 2:56
  6. Sisotowbell Lane Joni Mitchell, arr. Patrick Dunachie 4:46
  7. Texas Girl at the Funeral of Her Father Randy Newman, arr. Bob Chilcott 3:07
  8. Rhythm of Life Cy Coleman & Dorothy Fields, arr. Peter Knight 2:15

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