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A glee for Winter
A log on the fire was a tree in the forest
A something
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
Adam Shet Enosh
After-dance 'Proper Exercise'
Alceste (Lully/King)
All Kings, and all their favourites
And it was so, that the Lord turned the captivity of Job (Narrator)
As I lay me down
At thy mystic Supper
Busy, curious, thirsty fly!
But now my soul is poured out upon me (Job)
Christmas Oratorio, BWV248 (Bach/Dobbins)
Christmas Oratorio, BWV248 (Bach/Rummel)
Come, let us go
Come, O Sabean horde! Come, and destroy! (Satan/Chorus)
Dance there
Dancing on the hill-tops
Dancing, bright lady, then began to be
De profundis clamavi
Deep midnight
Epilogue 'Sunrise'
Ev'ry face is in you, ev'ry voice, ev'ry sorrow in you
Fall, leaves, fall
For I know that Thou shalt bring me unto death (Job)
Forth they went
Give all to love
Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days? (Chorus)
Hence, rude Winter! crabbed old fellow
How should a man be just with God? (Job)
Hymn to the Eternal Flame
I have come to the borders of sleep
I have no name
In Summer's heat
Infant joy
Jerusalem-Yerushalayim (Pitts)
Job (Parry)
Joie et Paix sur Toi Israël!
La Senna festeggiante, RV693 (Vivaldi/King)
Let the day perish wherein I was born (Job)
Let them love
Lift up thy voice, O son of man, and cry (Chorus)
Lights out
Listen to the storm!
Little fly
Liverpool Oratorio (McCartney/Davis)
Man that is born of woman is of few days (Job)
Man unkind
Marche des combattants
My perfect stranger (Chilcott)
My soul is very sorrowful
My soul is weary of my life (Job)
Never thought I’d make it this far
No Spring nor Summer beauty hath such grace
Nothing is so beautiful
Now when Job's friends heard of all this evil (Narrator)
O Autumn
O dulce lignum
O that I were as in the months past (Job)
On Saint Stephen’s Night
Out of the bosom of the air
Out of the wood of thoughts that grows by night
Parce mihi, Domine
Processional 'Times and Seasons'
Prologue 'Sunrise'
Quick and slow. Tight as a drum
Sleeping in winter’s arms
St Cuthbert (Todd)
Take not a woman's anger ill
Thank you
The Evening Star
The fire is out, and spent the warmth thereof
The flocks of my master are blessed of God (Shepherd Boy)
The peace of Jerusalem
The Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, Z609 (Purcell/Britten)
The sun is spent, and now his flasks
The world you're coming into
Then shall God also confess that thine own right hand can save thee (Chorus/Narrator/Job)
Thirsty fly
This is what happens. This is how it begins
Thou fair-haired angel of the evening
Though the mountains be removed
To be Certain of the Dawn (Paulus)
To every thing there is a season
Une Cantate de Noël (Honegger)
Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her
We aim and stray, we want, we dream
We’ll take a blanket soft and warm
When maidens are young
Who can that be?
Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? (Chorus)
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