Questors Choir offered folk songs from across Britain, Ireland, northern and eastern Europe, Russia and America, including 'Down beside the Railroad'. Musical Director Philip Norman selected many well-known and some not-so-well-known songs of the common people, and created arrangements specially for the Choir.
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Rings, Doves and a Pear Tree
Christmas music for choir, audience, organ and brass
4 carol sequences created by Philip Norman
Wassail arr. Vaughan Williams
25 Glorious Years of THE QUESTORS CHOIR
Founded 1986 by Tim Godfrey
This celebratory concert looked back at some of the great moments since 1986, with particular emphasis on the lighter side of things.
- Zadok The Priest
- Broadway Blockbusters
- Medley from Oliver
- Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
- The Way We Were
- When I'm 64
- Blue Skies
- Name that Tune
- Tequila Samba
Photos were taken by Danielle Woodbridge-Johns - thanks so much for your creative and conscientious work! (click on thumbnail to see larger image). See also Summer Concert 2011
‘Wings of a Dove’ presented works by German choral composers of the 19th century, including Mendelssohn’s evergreen ‘O, for the Wings of a Dove’, Brahms’ deeply intellectual ‘Geistliche Lied’, and Beethoven’s outburst of joy, the ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ from ‘Christus am Olberge’. There was also Schumann’s ‘Zigeunerleben’ and Rheinberger’s ‘Stabat Mater’.
Some photos taken at the concert (click 'thumbnails' to view pictures)...
[img]/sites/all/modules/wysiwyg/plugins/break/images/spacer.gif[/img]Festive songs for choir and audience, including
O Come, All Ye Faithful
O Little Town of Bethlehem
While Shepherds Watched
Once in Royal David’s city
Ding, Dong, Merrily on High
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
The Choir took part in the Questors Theatre InterACTive day.
As well as participating in theatrical taster sessions, members of the public enjoyed a taste of group singing with some members of the choir.