This page contains music files for each piece of music to be sung at a particular event. Each music file plays all voices but the Tenor 2 voice is enhanced.

Click on the piece you want to play and the music will start. The small arrow on the left of the play bar will change to two vertical bars and you can click on this to pause the music if necessary. Volume can be changed by sliding the light coloured bar on the right of the main bar just after the small speaker icon.




January 24th – Shrewsbury Abbey


My dancing day – arr. Bob Wysome




February 17th 2020 Valentine’s Concert


Morten Lauridsen – Nocturnes

English translations for Sa nuit d’ete and Soneto de la noche can be found here:

I can’t find a decent translation of Voici le soir online so here it is:

Voici le soir (Night has come)

Voici le soir;                                                                                             Night has come;
pendant tout un jour encore je vous ai beaucoup aimees            for one whole day again I’ve loved you so much
collines emues                                                                                      stirring hills
C’est beau de voir                                                                                  It’s beautiful to see
Mais: de sentir a la doublure des paupieres fermees                   but: to feel in the lining of closed eyelids
La douceur d’avoir vu  . . . . . . .                                                             the sweetness of having seen . . . . . . .


Eric Whitacre – Five Hebrew Love Songs

You can find rehearsal files here: – but, if you prefer, there is a New College Chorale set below.


I checked the rough  pronounciation guide for the complete work below during the excellent and helpful tuition we had and, although it doesn’t appear to use international phonetics and therefore still a bit open to slight interpretation,  agreed with what we were taught and should still be useful as an aide memoir.

There is also this video on how to pronounce the above: