Links to choral music in the winter 2015 program

Sheet music (PDF) with the occasional audio (MIDI, MP3) etc.
Close to program order as per Lore's program of 25 Oct 2015 here:

program for 'A Very Merry Midwinter' Version II


WHCH blocking template - thumbnail per number


program for 'A Very Merry Sandwich Midwinter'


Sandwich town hall blocking template - thumbnail per number


Personnent Hodie
          PDF

Sicut Cervus / Sitivit Anima Mea
          PDF

Sitivit Anima Mea with bass words properly aligned
          PDF           MIDI

Non nobis domine
          PDF

O Magnum Mysterium
          PDF

Celtic lullaby - women
          PDF

Band of Children
          PDF

Gaudete
          PDF

Entre le Boeuf - women
          PDF

Friendly Beasts
          PDF

Orientis partibus
          PDF

Lord of the Dance
          PDF

Three Country Dances - men
          PDF (first four pages)          PDF (the last page)          PDF (structure)

Boar's Head - new version
          PDF

Carol of the Field Mice
          PDF

Gloucestershire Wassail
          PDF

J'ai vu le loup - men
          PDF           MP3
... and Lore's arrangement with inversion:
          PDF           MIDI

Tourdion
          PDF

Jolly Old Hawk
          PDF

Dona Nobis Pacem
          PDF

We wish You a Merry Christmas
          PDF



"Branle des Chevaux" - info for learning the dance

The Youtube video clip that we are copying

The sheet music for one round - AABBCC

MIDIs of the music (full 3 rounds) from very slow to too fast
(Note that we may only do 2 2/3 rounds, but the MIDIs have 3 full rounds)
          60           80           100           120           140

The steps of the dance: terse description in a column per round
. For each section (AA for example), steps are repeated just like the music is
. Section A - the side stepping moves; same version for all 3 rounds
. Section B - the leap and cross moves; two versions for different rounds
. Section C - the horsey moves (knee up, and paw foot); two versions for different rounds

Interesting reading as to why anything we choose might be called 'authentic'