Here are some examples of what we sing, mostly recorded live in concerts, including some in the spacious acoustic of St Nicholas Church, Prague.
For copyright reasons, we are not able to include recordings of more recent works here, but in our concerts you will usually find a selection of music from the
twentieth century as well as pieces like these.
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Madrigals and part songs:
Pastyme with good companye - Henry VIII
Greensleeves - Trad
Summer song - Dvorak
The Bluebird - Stanford
Il est bel et bon - Passereau
Fyer fyer - Morley
I love my love - Holst
Bogoroditsye Dyevo - Rachmaninov
Crucifixus - Lotti
God so loved the world - Stainer
Beati quorum via - Stanford O quam gloriosum - Victoria
"In Tippett's Five Negro Spirituals director Ruth Brown drew from the choir some particularly strong unaccompanied singing and a choral sound with a real cutting edge to it, while the English madrigals demonstrated its vocal agility and a softer, lighter sound."
Colchester Evening Gazette
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