Jamestown RI Community Chorus

Great Choral Singing Since 1949

Past Musical Programs

 Past Musical Programs of the Jamestown Community Chorus

1995-present


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December 2013

JCC On the Air: A 1943 Radio Show

Fanfare for Christmas Day …. M. Shaw (1875-1958)

O magnum mysterium … de la Victoria (c.1548-1611)

Tollite Hostias … Saint-Saëns (1835-1921)

Hail Gladsome Light … Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)

Carol of the Russian Children … Russian, arr. Gaul

British Children’s Prayer … J. Wolfe

In the Bleak Midwinter … Holst (1874-1934)

Past Three A Clock… English, arr. Wood

Coventry Carol …. arr. M. Shaw (1875-1958)

Ruler of Heaven …. J.S. Bach (1686-1750)

Alleluia … Thompson (1899-1984)

A Christmas Carol – A Radio Play Excerpt

Deck the HallWelsh

God Rest Ye Merry, GentlemenEnglish

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas … Martin and Blane, arr. Schultz

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas … Moore, Darby, arr. Simeone

I’ll Be Home For Christmas …. Gannon and Kent, arr. Hayes

Jingle Bells … Pierpoint, arr. Foster, Andrews and Schoen

Happy Holiday …. Berlin

White Christmas …. Berlin, arr.  Ringwald

May 2012

“Isn’t It Romantic?”Brahms to Broadway

Seven Unaccompanied Songs, Op. 62 – Brahms

Die Nonne und der Ritter – Brahms

Im Herbst – Brahms

Abendlied – Mendelssohn

In stiller Nacht – Brahms

So Wahr die Sonne Scheinet – Schumann

Departure – Mendelssohn

Sure on This Shining Night – Lauridsen

Sure on This Shining Night – Barber

The Coolin – Barber

Come Live With Me – Sternedale-Bennett

Evening Primrose – Britten

Springtime – Hindemith

Isn’t It Romantic?

The Way You Look Tonight

People Will Say We’re In Love

All The Things You Are

Fields of Gold


December 2011

Hallelujah!

At the Recreation Center

With a Festival Orchestra

Selected Choruses from “Messiah”
Adam lay ybounden
Angelus ad virginem
I Wonder As I Wander
Wexford Carol
As With Gladness Men of Old
In the Bleak Mid-winter
Away ina Manger
Il est ne le divin enfant
Deck the Hall
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Wassail Song


May 2011

Spring Fling: Our Salute to Broadway

Defying Gravity

Music of the Night

Hey There (solo)

They Call the Wind Maria (men)

That Old Devil Moon  (duet)

Seasons of Love

Something Wonderful (solo)

Choral Medley from West Side Story

Choral Medley from South Pacific

The Heather on the Hill (solo)

Sunrise, Sunset

You’re the Top (duet)

Hey Big Spender (women)

Johanna (solo)

The Impossible Dream


March 2011

Gilbert and Sullivan’s

The Pirates of Penzance


December 2010

A Very British Christmas, or; What the Dickens!

O Come O Come Emmanuel
Christmas Day -Holst
The first nowell
Shepherds in the Field Abiding
Myn liking
Fantasia on Christmas Carols – Vaughan-Williams
A Child is Born in Bethlehem – Scheidt
Shepherds Left Their Flocks Astraying (Quem pastores laudavere)
A virgin most pure
Whence is That Goodly Fragrance?
Rise Up, Shepherd – arr. Rutter
A New Year carol – Britten
Jingle Bells — arr. Rutter


December 2009

60th Anniversary Concert 

Carol of the Bells … Leontovich, arr. Wilhousky
The Christmas Song  … Torme
Alleluia… Thompson
Mule Train… Lang, Heath and Glickman
Mr. Sandman… P. Ballard, arr. Lojeski
Johnny B. Goode .. C. Berry
Do- Re- Mi  from Sound of Music… Rodgers and Hammerstein
Colonel Bogey’s March … Ricketts
March of the Three Kings… 13c, arr. Whitehouse
Catch a Falling Star … Pockriss and Vance, arr. Luboff
My Boyfriend’s Back … Feldman, Goldstein and Gotterher
In My Room  … Wilson and Usher
I Want to Hold Your Hand … Lennon and McCartney
Blowin’ in the Wind, Aquarius and Mrs. Robinson medley
Wild Thing … Taylor
Shepherd’s Pipe Carol … J. Rutter
This Land is Your Land – Guthrie
Stayin’ Alive … Gibbs
Send In the Clowns from A Little Night Music … Sondheim
Mr. Mistoffeles from Cats … Eliot, Lloyd-Webber
Beautiful Star … L. Larsen
Walk Like An Egyptian … Sternberg, arr. Brymer
The Last Night of the World from Miss Saigon … Schonberg and Boublil
Dona nobis pacem … anon
In These Delightful Pleasant Groves  … Purcell
Sure on This Shining Night (2007) … M. Lauridsen
Arioso and Glory to God from Messiah … Handel
The Awakening … J. Martin
Peace I Leave With You … anon.
 

Spring 2009 

Classic Choral

Exultate Justi – Viadana

Breathe On Me, Breath of God

De Profundis … Part

Evensong … Haydn

The Last Words of David….R. Thompson

Holy Radiant Light … Gretchaninoff

Puisque tout passé … Hindemith

Contre qui, Rose … Lauridsen

Dirait-on – Lauridsen

A Red, Red Rose … Mulholland

Behold a Star From Jacob Shining … Mendelssohn

Down in the Valley … arr. Mead

I Shall Keep Singing … Joan Griffith, words by Emily Dickinson

Rainsong….H. Bright

Witness … Halloran

Go Down Moses … arr. Hayes


December 2008

Fall Into Winter 

With the Jamestown Community Children’s Chorus

September Song …Weill, arr. Mattson
Autumn Leaves … Mercer and Kosma, arr. Arnaud
Harvest Round … E. Gilpatrick
Chinese Story of the Mid-Autumn Festival
Ha’ Sukkah … Israeli
Skin and Bones … trad American
A-Soulin’ … trad English
For All the Saints … Vaughan-Williams (1872-1958) arr. Shaw
The Green Fields of France ….. E. Bogle
The Landing of the Pilgrims …. arr. Whitehouse
Spatherbst (Late Autumn)  …Brahms (1833-1897)
Let All Mortal Flesh  … Holst (1874-1934)
Mid-Winter Waking …. M. Lauridsen
A Song of Hanukkah … Adler
In the Bleak Mid-Winter … Holst, arr. Bertalot
Hymn to the Virgin … Britten (1913-1976)
Yule Fires … (based on ‘Greensleeves’)
Believe …Ballard and Silvestri, arr. Huff
little tree …cummings and Heitzig
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! … Cahn and Styne, arr. Eilers
Musicological Tour Through The Twelve Days of Christmas … C. Courtney
 

Spring 2008

“J.C.C. Goes to the Movies”

Down to the River to Pray – from “O Brother Where Art Thou?”

Pachelbel’s Canon in D – from “Ordinary People”

Jerusalem by Parry – from “Chariots of Fire”

Lacrymosa by Mozart  – from “The Big Lebowski”

Vivaldi – Gloria – from “Someone to Watch Over Me”

Cantique de Jean Racine by Faure – from “Babe”

Ode to Joy by Beethoven  – from “A Clockwork Orange”

Bizet’s “Toreador Song”  – from “The Bad News Bears”

Shenandoah, arr. Erb – from “How the West Was Won”

Finlandia – from “Die Hard II”

Idumea – from “Cold Mountain”

Non nobis domine – from “Henry V”

O Fortuna by Orff  – from “Excalibur”

Hail Holy Queen – from “Sister Act”

Duet from “Lakme” by Bizet – from “The American President”

Man of Constant Sorrow – – from “O Brother Where Art Thou?”

Gaudeamus Igitur – from the “Student Prince”

Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day from The Mikado – from “Topsy Turvy”

Lobet den Herrn  – Bach – from “Oscar and Lucinda”

 

Holiday 2007

alle psallite cum luya (processional)

Ruf zur Maria– no. 5, Marienlieder, Brahms

Rune of Hospitality– Houkom

Immortal Bach- Nystedt

Carol of the Russian Children – arr. H. Gaul

The Snow Lay on the Ground – arr. Sowerby

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing– Shaw-Parker

Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day- Shaw-Parker

Deck the Halls-Shaw-Parker

And the glory of the Lord (from Messiah)- Handel

Snowfall– arr, Puerling

Wexford Carol

Somerset Carol

Sussex Carol

The Boys Carol (Personent Hodie) – Men

arr. Naylor (SSA) Women

Light One Candle– arr. DeCormier

Original piece by Sam Bari

Throw the Yule Log On, Uncle John– PDQ Bach

Musicological Tour With The Twelve Days of Christmas- Courtney



Spring 2007

“Going Home”

Ola! O che bon eccho – diLasso

Il est bel et bon – Passereau

Apamuy Shungo

The Golden Cloudlet – Tchaikovsky

Finlandia – Sibelius, arr. Whitehouse

Dream or Remembrance

Are Vare Gud – Swedish

Going Home – Dvorak

Mouth Music – Keane

Forest Night – Brahms

Regle – Polish

Lua, Lua, Lua – Brazilian

Cabbage Tree Hat – Australian

Star of the County Down – trad. Irish

Jerusalem – Parry

Prayer For Peace – Karl

Ave Verum Corpus – Mozart

The Silver Swan – R. Harris

I Dream a World


RISingsII – April 2007

Ola! o che bon eccho! – di Lasso

Jerusalem – Parry, arr. Jacobson

Il est bel et bon  – Passereau. arr. Greyson

Going Home – Dvorak, arr. Fisher

Prayer for Peace – William Karl*(d. 2006)

*Bill was a former member of the J.C.C.


  Holiday 2006 “Our Holiday Favorites”

O Joyful Children – arr. Strommen

Walking in the Air – Blake, arr. Snyder

The Sleigh – Kountz

I Saw Three Ships – arr. Willcocks

Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind – Rutter

This Little Babe – Britten

The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy – DeCormier

Lullay My Liking – Holst

From “Messiah” … Handel: Worthy is the Lamb, Blessing and Honor and Amen

A Child is Born in Bethlehem – Scheidt

Coventry Carol, arr. Martin Shaw

Sing We Now of Christmas – arr. Eilers

The Best of Rooms – Thompson

Silent Night – Sargent

Christmas Song – arr. Snyder/Higgins

White Christmas – arr. Ringwald


Spring 2006
“Love and Spirit”
Sweet the Evening Air of May
My Spirit Sang All Day  – Finzi
A Rose Touched By the Sun’s Warm Rays – Berger
Evening Primrose – Britten
The Succession of Four Sweet Months  – Britten
Im Herbst – Brahms
Brahms – In stiller nacht
Stars of the Summer Night – Hatton
En Une Seule Fleur – Lauridsen
Sumer is a-cumen in
Ecco mormorar l’onde – Monteverdi
My heart doth beg you’ll not forget – diLasso
Fair Phyllis I Saw – English madrigal – Farmer
Country Life
Now Is the Gentle Season  – Morley
Sweet Suffolk Owl – Vautor
Quick! We Have But a Second  – arr. Stanford
Let Union Be
Padstow May Song
Song of the Burn – Musgrave


Holiday 2005
“Holiday Medley”Awake the Harp – Haydn
Ruler of Heaven and Chorale – JS Bach
Noel Benedictus – Charpentier
Strike Up Your Instruments of Joy – arr. J. Edmunds and Holmes
Prayer for Peace – W. Karl
O magnum mysterium – Lauridsen
The Awakening – J. Martin
Sherburne
Dark of Winter – Denham-Jackson
Some Children See Him – Burt, arr. Hutson and Ehret
Bidi Bom – Eddleman
Walking in the Air – Blake, arr. Snyder
Somerset Carol – arr. Rapsey
Past Three A Clock – arr. Woodward and Wood
Gloucestershire Wassail – arr. Vaughan-Williams


RISings – November 19, 2005
Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium
JCC:
Noel Benedictus – Charpentier
Dark of Winter – Denham-Jackson
Strike Up Your Instruments of Joy
Prayer for Peace – William Karl

With the Massed Chorus:
Shenandoah – arr. Erb
Away From the Roll of the Sea – MacGillvray
Awake the Harp – Haydn
O magnum mysterium – Lauridsen
The Awakening – J. Martin
America, the Beautiful


Spring 2005

How Can I Keep From Singing? – arr. Parker
To Be Sung On the Water – Samuel Barber
The Blue bird – Stanford
Go Down Moses – arr. Hayes
Zionís Walls – Copland
River in Judea – arr. Leavitt
Set Me As a Seal – R. Clausen
The Awakening – Joseph Martin
23rd Psalm – Bobby McFerrin
Alleluia – R. Thompson
Abendstanchen – Brahms
The Hills – Ireland
Dirait-ton – M. Lauridsen
I Dreamed a Dream – arr. Lojeski
The Music of the Night – arr. Lojeski
Walk Him Up the Stairs  – arr. Bower
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square – arr. Puerling


Holiday 2004

“A Contemporary Christmas”

On Christmas Night – Ron Nelson
Christmas Carol – Kirke Mechem
In the Ending of the Year – Niedmann
Dreams of Winter – Osentowski
O magnum mysterium – Morten Lauridsen
Winter – Linda Spevacek
Best of Rooms – Randall Thompson
A Winter Morning – Brent Pierce
God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen  – arr. Goemanne
Beautiful Star  – Libby Larsen
She Tells Her Love While Half Asleep – Morten Lauridsen
Deck the Hall – John Rutter
Christmas Song – arr. Snyder/Higgins
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – arr. Doug Andrews
Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow! – arr. Eilers
Silent Night – arr. Gene Puerling


Spring 2004

“Our Musical Heritage: The Music of Jamestown”

Poem – If Once You’ve Slept on an Island
On Jamestown – by David Long1
Psalm 23 set to tune “Windsor” (from the Bay Psalm Book)
Chester – arr. Shaw/Parker
Yankee Doodle
Sheep Shearing – English folk song
The Liberty Tree
Set of Irish Fiddle Tunes2
Once To Ev’ry Man and Nation
All Creatures of Our God and King
Oseh Shalom – Steinberg
Ode on Science – from the Sacred Harp
The Star-Spangled Banner5
Dance – Successful Campaign (done by Washington after crossing Jamestown)4
The Thunderer – Sousa4
Sing, Sing, Sing4
The Windmill- poem
Dear Old Farm
Hoedown –  Copland3
Dixie – arr. Luboff
“The Call Men – Volunteer Firemen” – poem
On the Old Fall River Line – Jerome, Sterling and van Tilzer
Portuguese Dance – A Rosa
Anchors Aweigh – Miles and Zimmerman
Never Say No – from The Fantasticks2
Hard-Knock Life – from Annie2
Maypole
Let There Be Peace On Earth – Miller and Jackson
Jamestown By The Bay – Bill Karl
Peace I Leave With You
Conanicut – Bill Young, arr Whitehouse

Guests:
David Long1
Members of the Jamestown Community Theater2
Emily Anthony3
Jamestown Community Band under the direction of Ryan Hudson and Patrick Hill4
Men’s Chorus of Jamestown5
Oliver Allaux6


December 2003

“Christmas Through the Ages”

Hodie Christus natus est
Nova, Nova
Edi Beo Thu Hevene Quene
Alle psallite cum luya
Nowel, Out of Your Sleep
Hodie Christus – G. Gabrieli, arr. Jergenson
El a Don Don
Benedictus – Charpentier, arr. Ehret
Glory Be To God Almighty – Bach
F.J. Haydn – Softly Rest O Heavenly Child
M. Haydn – O Joyful Day
Sherburne
Midnight Cry
Mendelssohn – How Lovely Are the Messengers
Mendelssohn – Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
Tchaikovsky – Doistoino yest
Saint-Saens – Wherefore Do the Heathen Clamor? -from the Christmas Oratorio
Walton – What Cheer?
Vaughan-Williams – The Blessed Son of God
M. Lauridsen – O magnum mysterium


Spring, May  2003

Liebeslieder Valzer, Op. 52 – Brahms
Chansons de Roses – Lauridsen
Niska Banja – arr. Page
Freedom Come – Allaway
My Love’s Like a Red, Red Rose – Mulholland
Away From the Roll of the Sea – MacGillvray


Holiday 2002

Thou Must Leave Thy Lowly Dwelling – Berlioz
Benedictus – Charpentier
Say Where is He Born – Mendelssohn
Alleluia – Bach
And the glory of the Lord – Handel
Hallelujah –  Handel
Glory to God in the Highest –  Pergolesi
O Magnum Mysterium – Pinkham
As Dew in Aprille – Britten
Deo Gracias – Britten
recitative (And there were shepherds) and Break Forth O Beauteous Heavenly Light – Bach
From the Oxford Carols For Choirs, Book 1:
Away in a Manger
Good King Wenceslas
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
I Saw Three Ships
Rocking
The First Nowell
The Holly and the Ivy
Gloucestershire Wassail
A Merry Christmas


Memorial Day 2002

  • The Star-Spangled Banner – arr. McKelvy
  • God Bless America – arr. Ringwald
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic – arr. Steffe
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home – arr. trad.
  • This Is My Country – arr. Ringwald
  •  Eternal Father, Strong to Save – Whiting/Dykes
  • Armed Services Salute – arr. Eilers

March 2002

“Winter To Spring”

Neesa (Native American)

Dark of Winter (Denham-Jackson)

The Painful Plough (trad. English)

Plough Monday Mummer’s Play

English Country Dance: Speed the Plough

The Winter’ll Soon Be Over (African American)

Candlemas Eve

From Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana:

 Veris leta facies

 Ecce gratum

 Omnia sol temperat

Sakura (Japanese)

La Ver LíAurora (Palestrina)

Pace Egging Song (trad. English)

Spring Grass (Philip Glass)

Awake, Thou Wintry Earth (J.S. Bach)

Hospodi Pomilui

Going Down the Valley

This Is The Truth

Spirit of the Wood (Bill Karl)

Rise Up My Love (G. Young)

At the Cry of the First Bird (G. Fletcher)

Songs of Nature, Number 4 – Dvorak

 

 

December 2001

“Holiday Medley”

Christmas Day – Holst

Thou Must Leave Thy Lowly Dwelling – Berlioz

Hymn to the Virgin – Britten (with a small ensemble)

Fantasia on Christmas Carols – Vaughan-Williams (baritone and soprano solos)

Lullay My Liking – Holst

A Child Is Born in Bethlehem – Scheidt (soprano solo)

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen – arr. Goemanne

Lirum, lirum – Morley (small ensemble)

Sussex Mummer’s Carol – arr. Broadwood (small ensemble)

Malpas Wassail – arr. Whitehouse (small ensemble with chorus)

Do Not Go Gentle – Larry Gordon

Masters In This Hall – Shaw-Parker

Chanticleer – arr. Martin Shaw

Therefore Be Merry – arr. Ehret (women)

Winter Song – arr. Bullard  (men)

Deck the Halls – Shaw-Parker

Strike Up Your Instruments of Joy – arr. Edmunds and Holmes

Silent Night – arr. Sargent

 

Spring 2001

“Renaissance and Nonsense”

Crucifixus a 8 – Lotti

Cantate Domino – G. Gabrieli

Adoramus Te – Palestrina

O vos omnes – Victoria

Tu es Petrus – Palestrina

Echo Song – diLasso

Now Is The Month of Maying – Morley

Il est bel et bon – Passereau

April Is In My Mistress’ Face – Morley

My Bonnie Lass She Smileth – Morley

Sing Out – anon.

Sleepytime Bach – arr. Bennett

Cool April – arr. Smith

He Is Awesome – arr. Smith

My Bonny Lass She Smelleth – PDQ Bach

Song Mein Grossmama Sang – Pfautsch


Holiday Concert, December 2000

“Christmas Delights”
Directed by Guest Director, Joann Loewenthal

Christmas Fanfare – J. Althouse

He, Watching Over Israel, from “Elijah” – Mendelssohn

Christmas Day – Holst

Wassail Song – arr. Vaughan-Williams

Star Carol – Rutter

Cherry Tree Carol-arr. Parker

Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella – arr. Shaw/Parker

Candlelight Carol – Rutter

Shepherd’s Pipe Carol – Rutter

Do You Hear What I Hear? – Simeone

The Sleigh – Kountz

White Christmas – arr. Ringwald

Various Themes on “Fa-La-La”` – arr. Bridwell

Let the Candles Glow – J. Gallina

Fruitcake – Hagemann and Leka


May, 2000

Holy Radiant Light … Gretchchaninoff

The Last Words of David …. R. Thompson

Rise Up My Love … G. Young

Sure on This Shining Night … Barber

Salvation is Created … Tchesnakoff

Jerusalem … Parry

Promise of Living … Copland

Three Chansons of Hindemith

Hotaru Koi … anon.

Kwaheri …. trad. Swahili

A Red, Red Rose … arr. Mullholland

La Lluvia … Hatfield

Away From the Roll of the Sea … MacGillivray

Niska Banja … arr. Page

Tenting Tonight … arr. Ness Beck

Erev Shel Shoshanim … arr. Klebanow

Grey Funnel Line … Tawney, arr. Whitehouse

Rain, Rain, Beautiful Rain …. Shabalala

Ower the Hills … Hatfield  -Bob Reid, piper


50th Anniversary Concert – December, 1999

Cantique de Jean Racine … Faure

Heilig …. Mendelssohn

Good Christian Men Rejoice …. Kirkland

Evensong … Haydn

O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings …  Handel

This Little Babe

Shepherds’ Chorus … Menotti

Chorale, Peace Be With You  … anon.

Gesu Bambino … Yon

No Candle Was There and No Fire … Lehmann

Birthday of a King …. Neidlinger

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen …. arr. Shaw/Parker

March of the Three Kings …. trad. French

River

Deck the Halls

O Come, O Come Emmanuel

Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Robot

Soon I Will Be Done With …. arr. Dawson

Psallite Unigenito …. Praetorius

Alleluia … R. Thompson


Spring 1999 “Requiem and American Spirituals”
Requiem … Faure
Three Graduals for the Church Year …. Bruckner
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need … arr. V. Thomson
Hark, I Hear the Harp’s Eternal … arr. Parker
God is Seen … arr. Parker
Peace Like a River … arr. G. Walker
Witness … Halloran
Jabula Jesu … Hatfield
When the Saints Go Marching In … arr. Rutter

Holiday 1998 “Auld Lang Syne”

O Magnum Mysterium …. Victoria
Gloria in excelsis Deo … D. Pinkham
Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming …. Praetorius
Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind …. arr. Rutter
Gaudete … arr. Ades
From “Messiah” … Handel:
       For unto us a Child is born
        Hallelujah
        Worthy is the Lamb
Hodie Christus natus est … Poulenc
Coventry Carol
Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella … arr. Shaw/Parker
Carol of the Russian Children … arr. Gaul
Carol of the Bells … arr. Leontovich
The Sleigh …. Kountz
In the Bleak Mid-Winter …. Holst, arr. Bertalot
Still, Still, Still …. arr. Luboff
Rise Up Shepherd and Follow …. arr. Hairston
I Wonder as I Wander …. arr. Niles
Let the Candles Glow …. arr. Gallina
Oh, Joyful Children …. Holdridge, arr. Strommen
African Noel … arr. Thomas
Do You Hear What I Hear? … Simeone

Spring 1998 “Flowers That Bloom…”

  • A Rose Tree Blossoms, Op. 246, #4 …. Hovhaness
  • A Rose Touched By the Sun … Berger
  • We Are a Garden … arr. Parker
  • Flower Carol … from Piae Cantiones, 1582, arr. M. Shaw
  • I got me flowers ….from Five Mystical Songs, Vaughan-Williams
  • Forest Night, Op.62, #3 …. Brahms
  • To Daffodils, Op.47, #1
  • Von dem Rosenbusch, Op.74 …. Schumann
  • Flora Gave Me Fairest Flowers … Wilbye, arr. Morgan
  • A Red, Red Rose … Mulholland
  • Evening Primrose, Op.47,#4  …. Britten
  • Contre qui, Rose … Lauridsen
  • Fair Daffodils … Parry
  • The Oak and the Ash ….arr. Bairstow
  • Oh See How Thick the Goldcup Flowers … arr. Mullholland
  • Down By the Salley Gardens …arr. Shaw/Parker
  • A Girl’s Garden … Thompson
  • When Daisies Pied … MacFarren
  • April … Welsh, arr. Deamer
  • Erev shel shoshanim … arr. Klebanow
  • The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring …. Gilbert and Sullivan

Winter 1997 “Drive the Cold Winter Away”

    • Please to See the King
    • Wolcum Yole …. Britten
    • Alle Psallite cum luya ….anon.
    • Cornish Wassail
    • Wassail Song … arr. Shaw/Parker
    • Gloucestershire Wassail … arr. Vaughan-Williams
    • Drive the Cold Winter Away (English Dance) …Playford
    • Hold Men, Hold and the Weston Sub-Edge Mummer’s Play
    • North Skelton Sword Dance
    • Nowell/Out of your sleep
    • Personent Hodie … anon.
    • El rorro …trad. Mexican
    • In the Bleak Mid-Winter … Holst, arr. Bertalot
    • Star in the East … from the Sacred Harp
    • Opening, Play of Herod …. anon. 12th c.
    • Hymn to the Virgin … Britten
    • O Magnum Mysterium … Victoria
    • Gedeonis area … anon., French, 13th c.
    • There is no rose … anon.
    • Abbotts/Bromley horn dance
    • Chanticleer … arr. Austin
    • Gaudete … arr. Ades
    • Now Winter Nights Enlarge …. Campion, arr. Whitehouse

Spring 1997

    • Selig Sind and How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place ….(from A German Requiem, Op. 45) …Brahms (1833-1897)
    • Alleluia….R. Thompson
    • Agnus Dei….S. Barber
    • At the Cry of the First Bird….G. Fletcher
    • Rise Up My Love….G. Young
    • The Last Words of David….R. Thompson
    • The Hills….J. Ireland
    • Jerusalem….Parry
    • Quick, We Have But a Second….arr. C.V. Stanford
    • Sine Nomine….Vaughan-Williams (1872-1958)
    • Come Sing….Consoli

Winter 1996 “Winter”

    • Christmas Day….G. Holst (1874-1934)
    • Wassail Song….arr. Vaughan-Williams (1872-1958)
    • The Boar’s Head Carol….trad. English
    • Green Groweth the Holy….attributed Henry VIII (1491-1547)
    • Yule Fires….trad. English
    • Welcome Here….Shaker song, arr. DeCormier
    • The Sleigh….Kountz
    • Deck the Halls….Welsh, arr. Shaw-Parker
    • Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind….Rutter
    • Winter….Spevacek
    • Winter Wonderland….arr. Emerson
    • Let It Snow….arr. Eilers-Bacak
    • O Christmas Tree*….arr. Canadian Brass
    • and Christmas Finale*….arr. Eilers

*Performed with the Jamestown Community Band; Christopher Ashton, director


Spring 1996

“Of Rain, Rivers and the Rolling Sea”

Placido e il mar (from Idomeneo)….Mozart (1756-1791)
To Be Sung on the Water….Barber (1910-1981)
Five Sea Songs….Vaughan-Williams (1872-1958)
  1. The Golden Vanity
  2. Just As the Tide Was Flowing
  3. The Arethusa
  4. Full Fathom Five
  5. We Be Three Poore Mariners
Across the Sea…..Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Sailors’ Chorus (from the Flying Dutchman)….Wagner (1813-1883), arr. Rossi
Silent Sea….Neidlinger
River….B.Staines, arr. Whitehouse
Performed with the Jamestown Community Youth Choir. B.J. Whitehouse, S. Clarke directors
Eternal Father, Strong to Save….Dykes
Sea Fever….Hadley
We Sail the Ocean Blue (from H.M.S. Pinafore)….Gilbert and Sullivan
A Life on the Ocean Wave….arr. N. Johnsonn
I’se the B’y….arr. R. Swift
Grey Funnel Line….Tawney, arr. Whitehouse
Down a Different Road….Pierce
Soon It’s Gonna Rain….arr. M. Huff
Rainsong….H. Bright
Rain, Rain, Beautiful Fain….Shabalala, arr. Everett
Away From the Roll of the Sea….MacGillivray

Winter 1995

“Songs of America, Songs of the World”

Joseph Lieber, Joseph Mein (from Christmas Magnificat)….Scheidt (1587-1654)
Honor and Glory….J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Hodie Christus Natus Est….Poulenc (1899-1963)
Sing We Now of Christmas….trad. French
Riu, Riu Chiu….16th cent. Spanish, arr. Greenberg
Still, Still, Still….trad. Austrian, arr. Luboff
‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime….French-Canadian, arr. Ehret
Carol of the Russian Children….Russian, arr. Gaul
Let the Candles Glow….J. Gallina
The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy….West Indian, arr. DeCormier
African Noel….(Banuwa) arr. Andre Thomas
While Shepherds Watched….Sherburne (from the Sacred Harp)
Glory Be To God On High….Wm. Billings
The Cherry Tree Carol….trad. American, arr. Shaw-Parker
I Wonder As I Wander….arr. Niles and Horton
Oh, Joyful Children….Huckaby and Holdrige, arr. Strommen
Go Tell It On the Mountain….trad. African-American, arr. Burleigh
Children, Go Where I Send Thee….trad. American

Spring 1995 I

“A Sentimental Journey”

This concert was presented as a U.S.O. Stage Door Canteen, with many solo, duet, and small ensemble performances. The following songs were performed by the entire chorus.

Saturday Night Is the Loneliest Night of the Week
Fools Rush In
Stormy Weather
Sentimental Journey
In A Sentimental Mood
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Someone To Watch Over Me
Count Your Blessings
God Bless America

Spring 1995 II

“Exchange Concert” with The Block Island Ecumenical Choir; Robert Fraleigh director.

    • Missa Alma Redemptoris….Tomas Luis de Victoria (c.1549-1611)
      • Kyrie
      • Gloria
      • Credo
      • Sanctus
      • Benedictus
      • Agnus Dei

Performed by the combined choirs

  • All My Trials….arr. Luboff
  • Rain, Rain, Beautiful Fain….Shabalala, arr. Everett
  • Elijah Rock….arr. Hairston
  • Away From the Roll of the Sea….MacGillivray

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