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  • FST 2016-03-02 Mornington Birthday - Côr Bach
    hymns Calon Lân and Cwm Rhondda Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer together with the modern O Gymru O Wales and at Nancy s own request the classic song of lost love Myfanwy These were complemented by the coal mining song Working Man solo Geoff Serpell You ll Never Walk Alone solo Roger Bartlett The Rose and Amazing Grace First Tenor Victor Gago also treated us to a rendition of

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  • FT3 2016-20-28 Cymanfa Ganu St Michaels
    mixed choir Guest conductor Rob Nicholls kept the choirs and a packed audience singing at their peak as everybody worked through the repertoire of ten famous hymns including Blaenwern Cwm Rhondda and Sanctus Rob was able to provide insightful comments on each and we learned that Rachie is indeed pronounced Raychie Interlaced were a selection of songs in Welsh and English by Excelsis powerful renditions of Brenin Seion and Y

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  • FT5 2016-02-26 St Davids Day Celtic Celebration at MRC
    Alone with an excellent solo by Roger Bartlett In contrast the choir then sang a capella the lullaby Si Hei Lwli Mabi and then the sensitive Anfonaf Angel The arrival of a harp on to the stage presaged the arrival of the award winning Gaelic female quartet Co che ò l below In a blaze of colour and snappy well co ordinated body choreography flute and accordion they surprised and charmed the auditorium with wonderful close harmonies leading to the choir joining them on the lyrical In This Heart The applause for this very talented group was heartfelt and sustained The final bracket comprised famous opera choruses Soldiers Chorus was followed by John Hales boldly leading the choir in the French words of March of the Toreadors The multi lingual choir then switched to Italian for a spirited Anvil Chorus with blacksmith Colin Evans After a finely executed Speed Your Journey choristers were pleased to come home in the Pilgrims Chorus Rob Nicholls and Rhys Meirion came back on stage along with the pipes and drums and Co che ò l to lead the huge audience in Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau Patrons remained standing to give choir guests and the music team the ovation they all so richly deserved Audience comments included Terrific getting better all the time The program tonight was a wonderful mix One of the best concerts I ve seen Overall a great concert and the inclusion of Co cheòl Gaelic singing an added treat beautiful harmony Cyngherdd bendigedig a blessed concert I have attended many concerts previously and I have enjoyed every one of them The professionality displayed by all is a credit to them This was my 3rd St David s Day concert and they just keep getting better congratulations to all concerned I enjoyed

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  • GKN 2015-11-08 Remembrance Day Springvale War Cemetery
    Performance Feedback Welsh Church RSL Vic Welsh Scholarship Sub menu 1 2 1 1 Stop Press Contact E News Links Members Sub menu 1 2 1 1 Remembrance Day Remembrance Day On 8th November 2015 Victoria Welsh Choir led the singing at the Remembrance Day Service at the Springvale War Cemetery for the ninth time since 2004 back Cardiff Here We Come Wales and Worcestershire Tour more Watch Vic Welsh

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  • Victoria Welsh Choir
    Church RSL Vic Welsh Scholarship Sub menu 1 2 1 1 Stop Press Contact E News Links Members Sub menu 1 2 1 1 Secure Zone Access Denied You could not be logged in to this Secure Zone as either your Username and or Password was incorrect Please contact us to request access Click here to go back to our Home Page Cardiff Here We Come Wales and Worcestershire Tour

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  • Men of Harlech
    from Australia Couldn t wait we had to open it and listen to it straight away Congratulations a great CD so many tracks in Welsh and with good pronunciation too e g angel Gwyn and Pat Jones Abergele N Wales 1 Gwyr Harlech 1 26 Welsh Trad arr Mansel Thomas 2 What Would I Do Without My Music 2 29 H Middlebrooks B Belland arr A Humphreys 3 Gwahoddiad 2 43 Lewis Hartsough John Roberts Ieuan Gwyllt arr John Tudor Davies 4 Speed Your Journey 4 20 Giuseppe Verdi N Tucker T Hammond arr Sydney Northcote 5 Myfanwy 2 32 Joseph Parry Richard Davies 6 You ll Never Walk Alone 2 32 Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II arr A Humphreys 7 Dashenka 3 49 Islwyn Ffowc Elis arr NG Davies 8 Cwm Rhondda 2 52 John Hughes Treorchy Ann Griffiths arr Arwel Hughes 9 The Rose 3 28 Amanda McBroom arr A Humphreys 10 Amazing Grace 2 58 American Trad John Newton arr A Humphreys 11 Si Hei Lwli Mabi 1 22 Welsh Trad arr Emyr James 12 Les Misérables Medley 11 25 Claude Michel Schönberg Herbert Kretzmer arr Ed Lojeski F Koczkar Soloist Roger Bartlett 13 Anfonaf Angel 4

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  • Let All Men Sing
    from Il Trovatore Giuseppe Verdi Salvadore Cammarano 4 Choir Kaleidoscope Working Man Rita Macneil arr Faleiry Koczkar Soloist Bob Ash Stout hearted Men from The New Moon Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein II Soloist Barry McMahon Ferry Cross the Mersey Gerry Marsden Soloist Roger Bartlett Little Deuce Coupe Brian Wilson Roger Christian arr Kirby Shaw Soloists Graham Warner Ed Hughes 5 Gendarmes Duet from Geneviève de Brabant Jacques Offenbach Henry Brougham Farni Soloists Geoff Serpell John Hales 6 Our Cities Face the Sea Philip Norman David McKee Wright 7 Pemulwuy Paul Jarman 8 Unwaith Eto n Nghymru Annwyl Welsh Trad arr Bryan Davies Soloist Rhonda Yates 9 Welsh Lullabies Suo Gân Welsh Trad Robert Bryan arr Dyfed W Edwards Soloist Stephen Lynn Ar Hyd y Nos All Through the Night Welsh Trad John Ceiriog Hughes arr Robert Prizeman Soloist Melinda Ash Si Hei Lwli Mabi Welsh Trad arr Emyr James 10 In Flanders Fields John Jacobson Roger Emerson John McCrae Soloists Rushan Hewawasam Roger Bartlett Geoff Serpell 11 Yfory Tomorrow Robat Arwyn Geraint Eckley arr Eric Jones Cȏr Bach our small choir 12 Anfonaf Angel Robat Arwyn Hywel Gwynfryn arr Ilid Jones 13 Isle of Hope Isle of Tears Brendan Graham

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  • We Are One
    the Night solo Melinda Ash 4 Myfanwy 5 How Great Thou Art solo Barry McMahon 6 Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore 7 Always There solo Drew Hopkins 8 Celebrating the 60 s Medley House of the Rising Sun He Ain t Heavy He s My Brother Pretty Flamingo Ferry cross the Mersey solo Roger Bartlett Yesterday Little Deuce Coupe solo Graham Warner 9 Amazing Grace 10 Working Man solo Jack

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