Music Appreciation Group

The Music Appreciation Group meet once a month in church where a varied selection of music is listened to and mutually enjoyed.  We begin at 7:30pm on the third Friday of each month and there is a donation of £2 each month.

 AUGUST  MEETING

Members, including a wlecome newcomer, were treated to a very varied selection of music for the “P” themed programme as will be seen –

“The Double Dealer – Overture and hornpipe” – Henry Purcell gave a jaunty start to the programme, followed by “Passing Strangers” – Billy Ekstine and Sarah Vaughan, “Pirates of the Caribbean – The Black Pearl” -The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, “Praise to God in the highest” – Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, “People get ready” – Eva Cassidy, “Pure and simple” – Dolly Parton, “Just a closer walk with Thee” – Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson, “Highland Cathedral” – Peter Morrison, “Peggy Sue” – Hank Marvin and The Shadows, “Ave Maria” – Paul Potts, “The wonder of you” – Ray Peterson, “Summertime” – The Pan Pipes, “Half way to paradise” – Billy Fury, “The Old Bachelor” – Henry Purcell, “Pappa dont preach” Lena Horne, “Problems” – The Everly Brothers, “Power to the people” – John Lennon and Yoko Ono, “Panis Angelicus” – Russell Watson, “Pretty Woman” – Roy Orbison, “Islands in the stream” – Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, “Suspicious minds” – Elvis Presley, “Bright Eyes” – The Pan Pipes, “The Prayer” – Celine Dion with Andrea Bocelli, “Summer Place” – Percy Faith and his orchestra, “Come back and stay” – Paul Young and closing with “The Great Pretender” – The Platters.

Thanks to Marian for acting as DJ and also to the “chair management” and refreshment teams.

No doubt welcome existing and new members will rise to the more challenging choice of “Q” themed music of all genres along the “alphabet trail” for the group’s next meeting on Friday, at 7.30.p.m. in Pakefield Church on 2lst September. Come along to share your choices or simply to listen in this wonderful venue with the usual £2. donation applying.

 

 

 

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