Lower School Concert

Wednesday 22nd May 2013

On Tuesday 21 May, lower school musicians took to the stage to perform in their final concert of the year.  The standard of musical performances was outstanding and it was wonderful to see just how much the girls have learnt throughout the academic year.  The programme was as follows:

  • Theme from Coronation Street Hare by the Lower School Orchestra
  • Minuetto 3rd Movement from Sonata in D Stamitz by Annabel Marlow
  • Daydream Believer Stewart by Izzy Zealley
  • Dalmatian Cradle Song Roberton by Talya Kishon
  • The Bird’s Lament  Rodney Bennett by Madeleine Pavey
  • Spray Mist Carroll by Heather Acornley
  • Teddy Bears Picnic Bratton by Anna Way & Alice Oram
  • Summertime Gershwin by Elena Sheppard, Antonia Sheppard & Annabel Marlow
  • Your Song Elton John and Bernie Taupin by Bronwen Stuttaford                                                   
  • Quiet Minchin by Sasha Eastabrook
  • Mellow Out Watts by Rebecca & Lottie Washer
  • In a Dream Chinese Traditional by  Sherry Xu
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang arr. A. Wilkins by Junior Flute Group
  • Sonata in E minor Vivaldi by Hattie Herridge
  • Make you Feel my Love Bob Dylan by Charlotte Ashley
  • Das Ballet Turk by Yasmin Farley
  • Without You Lerner & Lowe by Antonia Sheppard
  • Xiong Mao Yinghai by Charlotte Leaver
  • Out Here on My Own Gore by Francesca Dean
  • Rondo alla Turca Mozart by Anastasia Dekic
  • Peter, Peter Bernstein by Annabel Lovett
  • Estampie Royal Anon 13 Century French by Yeshe Thapa Magar
  • Read all About it Sande by Antonia Sheppard, Elena Sheppard & Hattie Herridge
  • Pie Jesu Lloyd Webber by Charlotte Stanton
  • Allegro in G CPE Bach by Bianca Buencamino
  • Memory Lloyd Webber by the Lower School Choir
  • Amazing Grace Shafferman by the Lower School Choir
  • Drop in the Ocean Kashif  by the Lower School Choir

 



 

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