For details of previous meetings, click here.

Music for the Annual Dinner
Saturday 27th April 2019

Please note that music files that are linked to are not necessarily the same edition we will be using on the night and therefore there may be some slight differences.

Viadana Exsultate justi or YouTube link SATB

Wilbye Sweet honey sucking bees and Yet sweet, take heed (NB not the version in Oxford Book of English Madrigals) or YouTube link (YouTube link has both pieces) SSATB

John Bennet Weep, O mine eyes or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SATB

Weelkes Thule, the period of cosmography or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATTB

Nicolson Sing, shepherds all or YouTube link SSATB

Pearsall Lay a garland SSAATTBB
YouTube Voces8 recording
YouTube recording with the score
The following recordings for each individual voice have the one voice played louder than all the others, using a trumpet sound.
You should be able to open the score and then come back to this window and click on one of these and hear the sound at the same time as following the music.
   1st Soprano    2nd Soprano
   1st Alto    2nd Alto
   1st Tenor    2nd Tenor
   1st Bass    2nd Bass

Vautor Sweet Suffolk Owl or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Weelkes Sing we at pleasure or YouTube Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Gilly says: Id be thrilled if people might be able to find the time to revise the Pearsall and Nicholson ahead of the event, so that we can do them proper justice!

For details of previous meetings, click here.

Music for the Annual Dinner
Saturday 27th April 2019

Please note that music files that are linked to are not necessarily the same edition we will be using on the night and therefore there may be some slight differences.

Viadana Exsultate justi or YouTube link SATB

Wilbye Sweet honey sucking bees and Yet sweet, take heed (NB not the version in Oxford Book of English Madrigals) or YouTube link (YouTube link has both pieces) SSATB

John Bennet Weep, O mine eyes or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SATB

Weelkes Thule, the period of cosmography or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATTB

Nicolson Sing, shepherds all or YouTube link SSATB

Pearsall Lay a garland SSAATTBB
YouTube Voces8 recording
YouTube recording with the score
The following recordings for each individual voice have the one voice played louder than all the others, using a trumpet sound.
You should be able to open the score and then come back to this window and click on one of these and hear the sound at the same time as following the music.
   1st Soprano    2nd Soprano
   1st Alto    2nd Alto
   1st Tenor    2nd Tenor
   1st Bass    2nd Bass

Vautor Sweet Suffolk Owl or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Weelkes Sing we at pleasure or YouTube Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Gilly says: Id be thrilled if people might be able to find the time to revise the Pearsall and Nicholson ahead of the event, so that we can do them proper justice!

For details of previous meetings, click here.

Music for the Annual Dinner
Saturday 27th April 2019

Please note that music files that are linked to are not necessarily the same edition we will be using on the night and therefore there may be some slight differences.

Viadana Exsultate justi or YouTube link SATB

Wilbye Sweet honey sucking bees and Yet sweet, take heed (NB not the version in Oxford Book of English Madrigals) or YouTube link (YouTube link has both pieces) SSATB

John Bennet Weep, O mine eyes or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SATB

Weelkes Thule, the period of cosmography or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATTB

Nicolson Sing, shepherds all or YouTube link SSATB

Pearsall Lay a garland SSAATTBB
YouTube Voces8 recording
YouTube recording with the score
The following recordings for each individual voice have the one voice played louder than all the others, using a trumpet sound.
You should be able to open the score and then come back to this window and click on one of these and hear the sound at the same time as following the music.
   1st Soprano    2nd Soprano
   1st Alto    2nd Alto
   1st Tenor    2nd Tenor
   1st Bass    2nd Bass

Vautor Sweet Suffolk Owl or YouTube link Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Weelkes Sing we at pleasure or YouTube Also in the Oxford Book of English Madrigals SSATB

Gilly says: Id be thrilled if people might be able to find the time to revise the Pearsall and Nicholson ahead of the event, so that we can do them proper justice!