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Four Arms Two Necks One Wreathing
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Composed by Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623) Sung here by the dwsChorale (just verse 1) Four arms, two necks, one wreathing, two pair of lips, one breathing. Fa la la la la la. two hearts that multiply Sighs interchangeably. Fa la la la la la. Image...  one';">moreone;">Composed by Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623) Sung here by the dwsChorale (just verse 1) Four arms, two necks, one wreathing, two pair of lips, one breathing. Fa la la la la la. two hearts that multiply Sighs interchangeably. Fa la la la la la. Images: two lovers at St Pancras station (London) dwsChorale  

' Leaning ' - Salvacosta - Refreshing New Arrangement of This Traditional Hymn
video: ' Leaning ' - Salvacosta - Refreshing New Arrangement of This Traditional Hymn

A beautiful new arrangement of the hymn 'Leaning on the Everlasting Arms' by Darren Marc Bartlett, performed by Salvacosta and featured on the Salvacosta album True Colours. www.darrenbartlett.co.uk Copyright DMB MUSIC 2016

Craven Arms Men's Chorus
group: Craven Arms Men's Chorus

Craven Arms Men's Chorus, or CAMC, are a male voice choir based in South Shropshire who sing under the musical direction of Kimee Cleaton. The Chorus sings a wide repertoire of music drawn from classical, pop, musical theatre and folk as well as the more ...  one';">moreone;">Craven Arms Men's Chorus, or CAMC, are a male voice choir based in South Shropshire who sing under the musical direction of Kimee Cleaton. The Chorus sings a wide repertoire of music drawn from classical, pop, musical theatre and folk as well as the more traditional welsh hymns that are often expected! ​Since it was established, the choir has raised many thousands of pounds for charitable causes over the years.​ We rehearse at the Craven Arms Community Centre every Monday evening at 7:30pm, with the exception of bank holidays, January, and August.  one';">less

blog: How welcoming is your choir?

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir] I bet you think your choir is a wonderful, friendly little community that welcomes newcomers with open arms. But what if I told you that new members might fi...

blog: How to use gestures to conduct your choir effectively

[this is a version of a post which first appeared on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Sometimes I describe my job as being the guy who stands out front and waves his arms about. “I point, you sing” is what I tell the choir. &nbs...

blog: English Music in an English Setting

Tickets are now available for our June 22 concert at St Mary Magdalene Church, Himbleton, Worcs. With its Saxon font, Tudor Coats of Arms above the altar and some of the oldest stained glass in the country, this hidden gem of a village church, with views ...

Endless Pleasure (G. F Handel) by Favour Sunday
video: Endless Pleasure (G. F Handel) by Favour Sunday

Endless pleasure, endless love, Semele enjoys above! On her bosom Jove reclining, Useless now his thunder lies ; To her arms his bolts resigning, And his lightning to her eyes.