Heart Notes Concert - Saturday 17th November 2018 at Copythorne Parish Hall, 7.30pm

Concert with Voices of the Forest choir and the Courtyard Quintet at Copythorne Parish Hall, Pollards Moor Road, Copythorne, SO40 2NZ 
Heart warming songs for a chilly November evening.

Tickets cost £10 in advance - call 02380 814035 (tickets will be £12 on the door)

This will be the running order for the concert:

Set 1 from Africa

Allunde
A joyful song of praise from Uganda
Ladum izulu
A comical lament of parents fretting over their teenage son's choices in love...
Ise oluwa
"What the creator has made can never be destroyed" from West Africa, in Yoruba
Kwaheri
A cheerful greeting song from Kenya, in Swaheli

Set 2 from Asia and the Middle East

Mavilim
A defiant song of love and self-determination, from Turkey
Kol hao lam kulo
The world is a narrow bridge - don't be afraid! From Israel
Ederlezi
Everyone is dancing at the spring festival! An original Roma song
Gopala
Two Hindu temple chant to Krishna and the heroes of Divali

Set 3 from Italy

La Montanara
Celebrating the beauty of the Alps and of Soreghina, daughter of the Sun. From the Trentino
Dove sei stato
Make love not war! From the WW1 trenches of Italy.
Ciuri ciuri
"I will give you flowers all year to repay the love you have shown me." From Sicily

Courtyard quintet

Brothers from “The Mission” (1986) by Ennio Morricone
Tango, Bolero & Rumba from Five Easy Dances by Denes Agay
Summertime by George Gershwin
Habanera by Chabrier

Intermission

Courtyard Quintet

Gabriel's Oboe from “The Mission” (1986) by Ennio Morricone
The Fool on the Hill by Lennon & McCartney
Italiana by Respighi
Tico -Tico no Fuba by Abreu

Set 4 from North America

Oh sinner man
"Where you gonna run to on that day?" A working song turned spiritual
Michael's boat
Michael, the archangel, leader of the souls of those who cross the river Jordan
Hold on
"Can't plough straight and keep a-looking back!"
Kumbaya
A single word holding the emotion of long-lost memory

Finale

Funiculi funicula
Up the mountain we go! Oops, it's a volcano... From Naples