In June 2004, we performed in St John's Church,West Bay. The programme included organ interludes by our Music Director John Mingay, motets by Charles Villiers Stanford and Felix Mendelssohn, settings of Thomas Hardy poems by West Dorset composer Reginald Pocock and Hungarian folk songs by Matyas Seiber. Details of the concert are given below.  Click here to read a review.
St. John's Church, West Bay
Saturday 12th June 2004
O quam gloriosum
Tomas Luis de Victoria
Jauchzet dem Herrn alle Welt
Felix Mendelssohn
Coelis ascendit hodie
Beati quorum via
} Charles Villiers Stanford
O Praise the Lord
Adrian Batten
Organ: Sonata No. 3 in F (1st movement)
C.P.E. Bach
} Felix Mendelssohn
The Lamb
John Tavener
Ave Verum
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Christus factus est
Anton Bruckner
When I set out for Lyonnesse
Song of hope
} Reginald Pocock
Soliloquy No. 3
Sarah & Barry Ryerson
Sing we and chant it
  Thomas Morley
Silver swan
  Orlando Gibbons
Sweet Suffolk owl
Thomas Vautor
Organ: Humouresque
Pietro Yon
Three spirituals
  Michael Tippett
Night and Day
  Cole Porter
Three Hungarian folk songs
  Matyas Seiber
John Mingay - Organ
Sarah Ryerson - Clarinet

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