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Music for a summer evening
June 16th 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Tickets £14; half price for those aged 25 and under.
Phone for tickets: 07379 427666
Tickets “at the door” – until sold out!
Ashtead Choral Society, under the able baton of James Henshaw, Chorus Master of the English National Opera, presents ‘English Music for a Summer Evening’ at St George’s Church, Barnett Wood Lane in Ashtead.
Take some time out in the height of an English summer to come and enjoy a variety of light English music.
From 16th century folk songs via madrigals to John Rutter’s ‘Sprig of thyme’ and 20th century easy listerning, relax to an eclectic mix of music easy to hear and pleasant to listern to.
Sit back as Ashtead Choral Society takes you on a laid back journey through the lighter side of England’s musical past.
1. The Sprig of Thyme – John Rutter
2. Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone – John Farmer
3. O magnum mysterium – Tomás Luis de Victoria, edited by Henry Washington
4. The blue bird, from 8 Partsongs Op 119 – Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, words by Mary E Coleridge
5. Cold winter’s ice is fled – Thomas Weelkes
6. Now is the month of maying – Thomas Morley
7. Sing we at pleasure – Thomas Weelkes
8. The silver swan – Orlando Gibbons
9. Sweet Suffolk Owl – Thomas Vautor
10. Sweet honey sucking bees – John Wilbye
11. Flora gave me fairest flowers – John Wilbye
12. I love, alas, I love thee – Thomas Morley
13. As Vesta was from Latmos Hill descending – Thomas Weelkes
14. The Lady Oriana – John Wilbye
15. Hark, all ye lovely saints above – Thomas Weelkes