Repertoire

Christmas 2017

‘Ave Maria’ by Caccini (women only)
‘Christmas Flowers’ from the Manchester Carols, by Sasha Johnson Manning
‘Christmas Glory Hallelujah’ by Tom Fettke
‘Cowboy Carol’ by Malcolm Sargent (men only)
‘Dona Nobis Pacem’
‘Hallelujah Chorus’ from Messiah by Handel
‘Little Jack Horner’, a King’s Singers Round
‘Only you’ by Vince Clarke
‘Rockin’ around the Christmas tree’ originally sung by Brenda Lee
‘Sentimental journey’, originally sung by Doris Day
‘The most wonderful birthday of all’ by Carl Davis
‘The Virgin Mary had a baby boy’ traditional Caribbean spiritual
‘We are the Horsham Harm’ny Chorus’ based on a Round by Mozart (with new words by one of our tenors Michael Harling)
‘You’ve got a friend’ by Carole King

Christmas 2016

‘Noel Nouvelet’, French traditional
‘Christmas is coming’, a Round
‘You’re just in love’, from Call Me Madam by Irving Berlin (1888–1989)
‘Angel Carol’ by John Rutter (b. 1945)
‘Rhythm Of Life’, from Sweet Charity Cy Coleman (1929–2004)
‘Our love is here to stay’ from The Goldwyn Follies by George Gershwin (1898–1937)
‘The Virgin Mary had a baby boy’ a Caribbean spiritual
‘Silent Night’ by Franz Xaver Gruber (1787–1863)
‘Rockin’ around the Christmas Tree’ by Johnny Marks (1909–1985) and recorded by Brenda Lee

Horsham Harmony’s tenors and basses, Summer 2016

Summer 2017

Solo: Michael Harling: ‘The Boxer’, by Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel (both b.1941)
Solo: Bethany Lickiss: ‘Chanson d’amour’, by Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924)
‘Dona Nobis Pacem’ (Grant us peace) from the ‘Agnus Dei’ of the Latin Mass, by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525–1594)
‘Down In The River To Pray’, an American Spiritual
‘Fields Of Gold’, by Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, aka ‘Sting’ (b.1951)
‘Fly Me To The Moon’, by Bart Howard (1915–2004)
Solo: Bethany Lickiss: ‘Hark The Echoing Air’ from The Fairy Queen by Henry Purcell (1659–1695)
‘Hey Ho To The Greenwood’, a Round by William Byrd (1543–1623)
‘It’s So Easy To Fall In Love’, by Buddy Holly and Normal Petty (1936–1959 and 1927–1984)
Audience participation: ‘Oom Pah Pah!’ From Oliver!, by Lionel Bart (1930–1999)
‘Rhythm Of Life’, from Sweet Charity Cy Coleman (1929–2004)
‘Siyahamba’, a Zulu folk song
‘Summer Is A-Coming In’, a medieval English Round
‘Tea For Two’, from No, No, Nanette by Vincent Youmans (1898–1946)
‘We are the Horsham Harmony Chorus!’, to a Round by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
‘Why We Sing’, by Greg Gilpin (b.1960)
‘You’ve Got A Friend’, by Carole King (b. 1942)