SATURDAY 9th December at 7.30 pm
at St Botolph’s Church, Trunch
‘It came upon the Midnight clear’
THE CHAPEL CHOIR OF SELWYN COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
Director: Sarah MacDonald
A selection of festive favourites from this critically-acclaimed university choir. Programme to include a variety of much-loved and familiar carols, newer works for Advent and Christmas, as well as popular Christmas songs in close-harmony arrangements by the choir’s director.
“…a sound of unostentatious magnificence” – The Scotsman
“Splendid singing from the Selwyn students” – The Times
The programme explores the many musical depictions of the various characters involved in the Christmas story, with repertoire from four centuries, and several countries.
Prophets and Angels:
> A tender shoot – Otto Goldschmidt
> Nativity Carol – John Rutter
> Angelus ad Virginem – arr. Carol Barnett
> E’en so Lord Jesus – Paul Manz
Mary & Joseph:
> Ave maris stella – Trond Kverno
> Josef lieber, Josef meine – H. Praetorius
> There is a rose-tree – Alan Bullard
> A spotless rose – Herbert Howells
> Joy to the world – arr. Alan Bullard
> Little Road to Bethlehem – Michael Head I wonder as I wander – arr. Andrew Carter
> Little Drummer Boy – arr. SEAM
> My Lord is come – Will Todd
> BC : AD – David Bednall
> Bethlehem Down – Peter Warlock
> It came upon the midnight clear – arr. SEAM
> O magnum mysterium – Ben Ponniah
> Before the paling – Cecilia McDowall
> Lux aurumque – Eric Whitacre
> In dulci jubilo – arr. Philip Moore
For more information, please visit Trunch Concerts’ website.
Trunch Beekeeping Group is keen to increase the membership. Villagers interested in this fascinating and educational pastime are welcome to join. Looking out for the wellbeing of honey bees is a remarkably rewarding experience. During 2016 we will be organising presentations, apiary visits and tuition events.
The Group have now five hives after the successful merging of two pairs. Bearing in mind the Group was only formed last April by inexperienced aspiring bee keepers the achievement of setting up the hives has been relatively successful. Members attended various courses organised by experienced and well known bee keepers. The Group attracted interest from other local bee keepers whose help is invaluable.
The purchase of at least three more hives by the members is planned for this year. New types of hive are being introduced to the bee keeping market and it planned to try a couple of these.
A very extensive web site, with a Members Area, has been set up by three of the members; this is www.trunchbeekeeping.co.uk.
If you are interested in joining our Group please contact Brian Boughton on 01263 720252 email@example.com or contact any member of the Group.