Below is a list of Individual Songs.  The list includes particular Individual Songs and composers.

If you require a piece of music that is not listed in our catalogue of Individual Songs below, we can produce the musical piece for your requirements.

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a la Handel - Jack and Jill (1)anon (4)
a la Handel - Little Polly Flinders (1)Bizet (2)
a la Handel - Old Mother Hubbard (1)Delibes (2)
a la Handel - Sing a song of sixpence (1)Handel (1)
Aria - Lascia chio pianga (Rinaldo) (1)Other (4)
Dindirin - dindirin (4)Traditional (4)
Duet from The Pearl Fishers (2)
Exsultet - The Easter song of praise (1)
I will walk beside you (1)
Its a bit of a ruin that Cromwell knocked about a bit (Music Hall Song) (1)
The Flower Song (Duet from Lakme) (2)
Under the Bed (Music Hall Song) (1)





Alistair Donkin

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Alistair Donkin
Director and performer, formerly with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

Julian Rye

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Julian Rye

Julia Killick

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Julia Killick
Rossendale Amateur Operatic Society

Ken Hollas

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The Notebasher CD’s have the added advantage of being portable, enabling our members to practice at home, or even on the move.

Altogether a very worthwhile aid to learning and understanding choral music.

Ken Hollas


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