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Polyphony – July

Hello Singers, June has been a good month for the polyphonic choir with volunteers John and Dolores joining us on an occasional basis. We were particularly pleased to see Dolores who used to sing with SSPP choir for many years and said how much it meant to her "to be singing in your beautiful church again" Welcome back Dolores. Some of us have many happy memories of your lovely voice. Anyone else wishing to join the choir in September, please

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Polyphonic Music for June

Hello Singers, We are very pleased to be joined  by our new singer, John and we ask for more volunteers. These few weeks before the Summer break provide an ideal time to give the choir a try and see if it is for you! Experienced or beginners welcome. Please note the music for the forthcoming month of June. 7th Adoro te O Panis (Haydn) Ave Verum (Gounod) Oh, Bread of Heaven (381) (Followed by procession) 14th Verbum Supernum (Zohlen) Ave Verum

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Polyphony – May 2015

Hello singers, Please see the polyphonic music list for May. Please note that there are five weekends. 3rd  Flos Mariae   Panis Angelicus (Casciolini) Hail Queen of Heaven (194) 10th  Ave Maria (Witt)  Panis Angelicus (Franck)  O, Purest of Creatures (426) 17th  (circa Ascension) Regina Coeli (Soriano) Ave Verum (Mozart)  Alleluia Sing to Jesus (15) 24th  (Pentecost) Veni Sancte Spiritus (Vogler) Laudate Nomen Domini (Tye)  Come Holy Ghost

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April Polyphony

Hello singers, Many thanks to all who participated in the Easter  polyphonic singing. Please note the music list for April: 12th Veni Sancte Spiritus (Vogler) Regina Coeli (Soriano) Bring all ye dear-bought nations  (72) 19th Cantate Domino Regina Coeli (Webbe) Now the Green Blade Riseth (376) 26th Ave Verum (Zohlen) Jubilate Deo (Mozart) Praise we our God with Joy (458) Many thanks, Clare Tucker (Choir Mistress / Polyphony)

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Polyphonic Music: March / Easter

Hello Singers, Please note the polyphonic music programme for March and Easter. Practice times remain the same - 10am run through before Mass and then immediately after 10.30 Mass, preparing music for the following week. I'll notify singers of any additional practices should they be necessary. Please invite other singers to join our small group throughout the great seasons of Lent and Easter, to "make a joyful noise unto the Lord" Thank you

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Choir Volunteers

Are you interested in Sacred Music, either Polyphony or Gregorian Plain Chant? We have a small schola who usually practice once a week on Monday evening at 7.30pm. We a building up a small repertoire of music to accompany Sunday Mass and special feast days. More voices welcome, no experience necessary.

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