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1.Dieu! qu il la fait bon regarder!anon 
2.Quant jai ouy le tabourin Bach JS 
3.Yver - vous n estes qu un villain Beethoven 
As torrents in summer Berlioz 
Cipriano de Rore - Ancor che col partireBizet 
Claude le Jeune - Revoici venir du printemps Brahms 
Claudin de Sermisy - Au joli bois Debussy 
Der Tanz Delius 
Drig - Drig (The Tales of Hoffman) Elgar 
Giordani - Caro mio ben German 
Giovanni Gabrielli - Lieto godea (2 choirs)Handel 
Giovanni Gastoldi - Amor vittorioso Monteverdi 
Glorious Devon Mozart 
God is Born Offenbach 
Heinrich Isaac - Innsbruck. Ich muss dich lassen Other (
I Was Glad When they Said Unto Me Parry 
Jacques Arcadelt - Il bianco e dolce cignoSchubert 
Jans Leo Hassler - Ach - Weh des LeidenSullivan 
Jans Leo Hassler - Tanzen und springen Traditional 
John Bartlett - Of all the birds that I do know Verdi 
John Bennet - All creatures now Wagner 
John Dowland - Can she excuse my wrongs 
John Dowland - Come Heavy Sleep 
John Farmer - Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all along 
Josquin Des Prez - Mille regrets 
Lamento d Arrianna 1. Lasciatemi morire
Lamento d Arrianna 2. O Teseo - Teseo mio 
Lamento d Arrianna 3. Dove - dove e la fede 
Lamento d Arrianna 4. Ahi - che non pur risponde 
Lo - How a Rose Ever Blooming 
Luca Marenzio - Crudel perche me fuggi
Luca Marenzio - Scaldava il sol 
Ludwig Senfl - Ach Elslein - liebes Elselein
Mascagni - O Rejoice that the Lord has Arisen (Easter Hymn) (Cavalleri 
Mason - Joy to the World 
Matadors chorus (La Traviata) 
Men of Harlech 
My love dwelt in a Northern land 
Nachtwache No. 1 
O Isis and Osirsis favour this noble pair (The Magic Flute) 
O Mirtillo - Mirtillo - amima mia 
O Rejoice Ye Christians 
Ohime se tanto amate 
Orlande De Lassus - Bonjour mon coeur
Orlande De Lassus - Chi chi li chi 
Orlande De Lassus - La nuit froide et sombre 
Orlande De Lassus - Matona - mia cara 
Parry - I was glad 
Pearsall - O Who will Oer the Downs so Free 
Peter Cornelius - So Weich und Warm 
Pierre Passereau - Il est bel et bon 
Pilgrims Chorus (Tannhauser) 
Prayer (Lohergrin) 
Priests Chorus 
Prisoners Chorus (Fedelio) 
Robert Jones - Farewell - dear love 
Roberton - All in the April Evening 
Roger Quilter - Non Nobis - Domine 
Roman carnival (Benvenuto Cellini) 
Sailors Chorus (De Foegemde Jollander)
Serenade (The Fair Maid of Perth) 
Sleep Baby Sleep 
Soldiers chorus (Il Travatore) 
Speed your Journey (Nabucco) 
The Fair Maid of Perth 
The Fishermen of England 
The Long Day Closes 
There is sweet music 
Thomas - Llanfair 
Thomas Ford - Since first I saw your face
Thomas Morley - My bonny lass she smileth 
Thomas Morley - Now is the month of maying 
To be sung of a summer night on the water - no.1 
To be sung of a summer night on the water - no.2 
Trois chansons de Charles d Orleans 
Voyagers Chorus (Idomeneo) 
Wallace - The Angelus 
When the Saints go marching in 
Will ye go Lassie go 
Within this hallowed dwelling (The Magic Flute) 
Zadok the Priest 





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