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- Rehearsal Schedule: Jan to Easter 2018

Sea Green Singers: Rehearsal schedule - Jan to Easter 2018

 Date

 New songs

 Consolidation of new songs

 Revision of core songs

Core songs: See end of table  these are old songs from our repertoire about a range of issues (union, environment, rights, peace, etc) that we should be able to sing without relearning them every time.   Please do some homework on these when they are coming up for revision on the schedule. 

Englands Hidden History: Performance of the story in song, poetry, readings, images, in English history of the history of resistance to oppression, and the struggle to establish human rights for all, by the groups and individuals oppressed by the ruling order over the centuries from then till now.
See Hidden History page

Quaker Meeting House, 28th April, 2018, St Giles, Oxford

Bonnie Besses - Full choir
Chartist Anthem - Full choir
Diggers song - Full choir
Emily inspires us all - Women only
John Ball - Full choir
Manchester rambler - Full choir unison with guitar with audience
No going back - Full choir
Peterloo Massacre
Poverty knock - Full choir
Slaves Lament
Tolpuddle Man Solo on verse, - full choir on chorus
Tom Paine's bones - Full choir
Which side are you on - Full choir
Sow seeds of hope and Envoi - We shall go singing

8th Jan

    see Performance page for YouTube video

 15th Jan

John Ball, Bonnie Besses Hold the Fort  

22nd Jan

Chartist Anthem Manchester Rambler  
29nd Jan Tom Paine's Bones

Chartists Anthem, Sow Seeds of Hope. Manchester Rambler
5th Feb 'Peterloo',
'Envoy',(from Woodcraft folk), words by WIlliam Morris, Tolpuddle Man

12th Feb

Half term holiday    

19th Feb

Poverty Knock Which side are on  
26th Feb. 'Sow seeds of hope' and 'We shall go singing', no score available on the website but sound files. Women only learning 'Emily Inspires us Yet'. 'John Ball', 'Diggers'
and ''Chartist Anthem'.
5th Mar songs for hidden history    

12th Mar

songs for hidden history 'No going back', 'Poverty Knock', 'Carry Greenham Home' 'Tom Paine's Bones'  
19th Mar. songs for hidden history 'Tom Paine's Bones', 'George Fox',
'Emily Inspires us Yet', 'Slaves Lament'
 
26th Mar songs for hidden history    

 2nd Apr

Easter Holiday
9th Apr. songs for hidden history
16th Apr. songs for hidden history    
23th Apr. Final rehearsal for Hidden History 28th April  
30th Apr. Discussion and Internationale    
7th May. No meeting    
14th May. Internationale and Part l Hidden history    
21th May. LevellersDay a reduced version of the gig we are preparing for 28th April, in the Burford Church.
 
28th May. Holiday    
4th June.      
11th June.      
18th June.      
24th June. Great Get-Together in St Ethelwold's House, Abingdon, on 24th June.SW not available. Anna Scott, who took over the Oxfam choir from SW is, The theme is 'world' music  

Core songs: these are old songs from our repertoire about a range of issues (union, environment, rights, peace, etc) that we should be able to sing without relearning them every time. Please do some homework on these when they are coming up for revision on the schedule.
Levellers Day song; Foolish Notion; Internationale; Bread and Roses, No going back; Peace be with you always; World turned upside down, Diggers song; We are all under the stars, Fair Trade Rant, Land Rights.

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