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Lunchtime Recital – Sounding it Out Choir

Sat 7 October, 2023 at 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm

Sounding it Out are a mixed SATB choir with four strong sections and around forty members. A diverse and sociable bunch, they attract members from Bath, Bristol, Bradford on Avon, Warminster and Westbury – as well as Trowbridge of course! They sing a huge variety of songs: pop, folk, gospel, and roots, from Britain and beyond. The main ethos of the choir is that they enjoy singing together.




I believe that one fine day – new song by Ali Burns about the power of love


Treasure – new folk song by Johnny Flynn. Arr. C. Radcliffe


Good news – modern spiritual song by Coco Love Alcorn, arr. C. Radcliffe


Down by the Salley Gardens – Irish Air. Words by W. B. Yeats. Arr. C. Radcliffe


Maja pade – Gujerati folk song by Niru Desai, arr. C. Radcliffe


Linden lea – old English folk song by William Barnes & Ralph Vaughan Williams. Arr. Lester Simpson


Bright morning stars – Traditional American spiritual song. Arr. Linda Morrison


Carrion crow – traditional Nova Scotia folk song, arranged by Gary Ewer. Additional arrangement: C. Radcliffe


Didn’t leave nobody but the babe – traditional American lullaby. Arr. C. Radcliffe


My love is a mountainside – 50s love song by Billy Myles. Arr. C. Radcliffe


California Dreaming – 60s pop song by John and Michelle Phillips.  Arr. Candy Verney


Po atarau – Maori/English leaving song by Maewa Kaihau &  Albert Bokhare Saunders, arr. C. Radcliffe


Though my soul – spiritual round. Words: Sarah Williams, music: Joseph Haydn



Sat 7 October, 2023
1:00 pm until 2:00 pm
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