Our repertoire is constantly expanding and includes:

(songs in blue print are the most recent additions to our repertoire)

Aberystwyth – Joseph Parry arr Alan Simmons
African Trilogy – medley arr Gwyn Arch
All in the April Evening - Hugh S. Roberton, words Katharine Tynan
All the things you are - Kern / Hammerstein arr Alwyn Humphreys
All through the night - Welsh Folk Song arr Hugh S. Roberton
Amen/This little light of mine – arr Alan Simmons
At the Lamb's high feast we sing - arr Michael Deakin
Autumn leaves – Joseph Kosma arr Emrys Williams
Ave verum corpus – W A Mozart arr Dyfed Wyn Edwards
Away in a manger – trad Normandy arr D Battiwalla

Babe of Bethlehem - Howard Laws
Battle hymn of the Republic - W Steffe
Be still my soul (Finlandia) - Sibelius
The Boar’s Head - mediaeval
Bobby Shaftoe – trad arr Edmund Walters
Border Ballad – J H Maunder
Bridge over troubled water – Paul Simon arr Alan Simmons

Calon lân - arr Edmund Walters
Cantique de Jean Racine - Gabriel Faure
Carol of The Drum – K K Davis
Chanson d’amour – W Shanklin arr Bob Barratt
Christmas is coming
A Cole Porter Medley – arr Alan Simmons
Coventry Carol - traditional arr Michael Deakin
Cwm Rhondda – J Hughes arr W O Jones

De gospel train – spiritual arr John Scrimger
Deep river - spiritual arr Gwyn Arch
Ding dong merrily on high - arr Michael Meakin
Drinking song (from 'The Student Prince')  S. Romberg arr M. Rapport

Entrance and March of Peers – Arthur Sullivan

Fantasia on English melodies – arr Leslie Woodgate
The Finnish Forest – Finnish folk song arr Bryan Davies
The Fishermen of England – Montague Phillips

Gaude Te – mediaeval
Give me that old time religion – spiritual arr Alan Simmons
Gloria – Vivaldi arr Gwyn Arch
Go tell Aunt Rhody – American folk song arr Geoffry Russell-Smith
Good Night Ladies - Traditional sea song arr Geoffry Russell-Smith
Gwahoddiad – arr John Tudor Davies

Hava Nagila – Israeli folk song arr Bryan Davies

I dreamed a dream (from Les Miserables) - Schoenberg arr Michael Deakin
I’m goin' up a yonder - Walter Hawkins arr Alwyn Humphreys
I’m gonna walk – trad arr Alwyn Humphreys
Ilkley moor bah't 'at (Granbrook tune) - Clark arr Merryweather
In Dulce Jubilo – mediaeval German
Infant Holy - Polish carol arr Samuel Forcucci
It's a grand night for singing - Rogers arr Michael Deakin
It's now or never - arr Alwyn Humphreys
John Peel – arr Dr. F W Wadely
Joy to the world – various, arr Alan Simmons

Katyusha – Russian folk song arr Bryan Davies
Kings of Swing – medley, arr Alan Simmons
Kolokolchik –Russian folk song arr Anne-Marie Kerr
Kwmbayah - African tune arr K J Dinham

The Last of the Summer wine - Ronnie Hazelhurst arr J Lowles
Let’s face the music and dance – Irving Berlin arr John Scrimger
Lily of the valley - trad
Li’l Liza Jane - American folk song arr Geoffrey Russell-Smith
Little Brown Jug – J E Winner arr Gwyn Arch
Little David, play on your harp - spiritual arr Dan Oluf Stenlund
Little Drummer Boy - Simeone, Onorati, Davis arr Alwyn Humphreys
Little St. Nick - Wilson & Love, arr P Foggitt & Michael Deakin
The Long Day Closes - Arthur Sullivan
The Lost Chord – Arthur Sullivan arr Alan Simmons
Love came down at Christmas - John Rutter
Love could I only tell thee – J M Capel arr Doris Arnold

Mansions of the Lord - Nick Glennie-Smith
Mary's Boy Child - Jester Hairston arr Alwyn Humphreys
A Medley of Christmas Carols - arr Jack Haigh
Morte Criste - Emrys Jones
My Way - C Francois & J Revaux arr Mike Sammes

A Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square – M Sherwin arr Ian Harrold
Nessun Dorma - (from 'Tourandot') Puccini arr Alan Simmons
Non Nobis Domine - Roger Quilter
Now is the hour (Haere Ra) – trad Maori

O Mary, where is your baby - American traditional song arr Gwyn Arch
Oh Isis and Osiris! (from ‘The Magic Flute') - W A Mozart
Old McDonald had a farm - American traditional song arr G Mitchell

Passing by – E W Purcell
Peter, go ring dem bells – spiritual arr Dan Oluf Stenlund

Razzle Dazzle (from ‘Chicago’) – Kander arr Wiltshire
Rhythm of life – Cy Coleman arr Richard Barnes
Ride the chariot – spiritual arr William Henry Smith
Ring, Ring The Banjo - Stephen Foster arr Denys Hood
Rise Up Shepherd and Foller
The Rose – Amanda McBroom arr Alwyn Humphreys

Sanctus - F Schubert
Shall we gather at the river – R Lowry arr Alwyn Humphreys
She’s like the swallow –Canadian folk song arr Alan Simmons
Shenandoah - American folk song arr J Hindmarsh
Short'nin' bread - American folk song arr K J Dinham
Silent Night - F Gruber arr Michael Deakin
Sir Christémas – Barry Russell
Slow Train - Flanders and Swann arr Michael Deakin
The Sloop John B. – Bahamian folk song arr Gwyn Arch
Softly as I leave you – A de Vita & H Shaper arr Alan Simmons
Some enchanted evening – Richard Rogers arr W Stickles
Songs from the land of the Long White Cloud – trad Maori, arr for Dalston MVC by Gwyn Arch
Speed your journey (from ‘Nabucco’) – Verdi arr Sydney Northcote
Stenka Razin – Russian folk song arr Bryan Davies
Stouthearted Men - Oscar Hammerstein arr W Scotson
Sunset Poem – A H D Troyte, words by Dylan Thomas
Suo Gân – arr Dyfed Wyn Davies

Taladh Chriosta, Christ's Lullaby - traditional Gaelic arr Ben Parry
Te Laudamus - Alwyn Humphreys
Thank you for the music – Andersson & Ulvaeus (Abba) arr Bob Barratt
The Ash Grove - words T Oliphant, tune trad Welsh arr Michael Deakin
There is a balm in Gilead – spiritual arr Alwyn Humphreys
There is nothin' like a dame - Richard Rodgers - words Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, arr William Stickles
The very best time of the year - John Rutter arr Alwyn Humphreys
Till the boys come home - World War I medley arr Richard Hoyle
Tydi a Roddaist - Arwel Hughes

Unchained Melody - Alex North arr William Stickles
Unto us is born a son - arr Michael Deakin

Watching the wheat - trad arr Henry Geehl
Waltzing Matilda - Marie Cowan arr Harold Noble
When a child is born – Zacar arr Alan Simmons
When I fall in love - Young & Heyman, arr Alan Simmons
When the love comes trickalin’ down – spiritual arr Gwyn Arch
When the Saints go marching in – trad arr Denys Hood
Where could I go but to the Lord – arr Alwyn Humphreys & J A Davies
Wherever you are - Paul Mealor
Will ye no come back again? – trad Scottish arr Robin Dewhurst
Winter Wonderland - Smith/Bernard - arr Alwyn Humphreys
With a voice of singing - Martin Shaw

Yellow Bird – Norman Luboff arr M G Frank
Yesterday - Paul McCartney
You raise me up – Lovland & Graham (Westlife) arr Alan Simmons