America Cantat IV CD

“Cardiff’s answer to the King’s Singers”

“One of the most startling British female choirs of our age”

Website last updated: 11 February 2005 – changed pages: Forthcoming

We are delighted to announce the release of a non-commercial live recording from America Cantat IV in Mexico City.  The concert took place on Tuesday 13 April 2004 and was for our sponsors, the Anglo Mexican Foundation to whom we are extremely grateful for providing us with the opportunity to travel abroad and represent Wales / Great Britain at this prestigious choral festival.

Individual CDs are priced at £5.00 sterling with £1.00 per CD postage and packing for orders within the United Kingdom.  We are also able to offer sales to foreign customers with full pricing information available upon request. 

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      Track listings:
      Ave Maria – Gustav Holst (very slight technical fault on this track)
      The Lantern Festival – Mervyn Burtch
      Bobby Shaftoe; Greensleeves; Scarborough Fair – arr Robert Latham
      The Blue Bird – Stanford
      Jesu Dulcis Memoria – Bill Tamblyn
      Breezy Bach; Bourée for Bach – Bach/Bennett Williams
      Suo Gan – arr Brian Trant
      Oh No John; The Turtle Dove; Soldier Soldier – arr Robert Latham
      Let me Shine – Brewer
      My heart belongs to Daddy – Porter/Strand
      Over the Rainbow – Arlen/Robinson
      Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye – Porter/Scullin
      It don’t mean a thing – Ellington/Scullin
      Dream a little dream – Isaacs
      I’m gonna wash that man right outa my hair – Hare

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