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Men of Harlech

Hear Victoria Welsh Choir in full voice in every track in this recording, made at the incomparable Iwaki Auditorium ABC Melbourne. "Just received your CD 'Men of Harlech' as a Christmas gift from Australia. Couldn't wait, we had to open it and listen to it straight away. Congratulations, a great CD, so many tracks in Welsh and with good pronunciation too e.g. 'angel'. Gwyn and Pat Jones Abergele N. Wales."

Tracks:  Gwyr Harlech, What Would I Do Without My Music?, Gwahoddiad, Speed Your Journey, Myfanwy, You'll Never Walk Alone, Dashenka, Cwm Rhondda, The Rose, Amazing Grace, Si Hei Lwli Mabi, Les Misérables Medley, Anfonaf Angel, Sunset Poem, Rachie, Waltzing Matilda.

Let All Men Sing 

This recording features a smorgasbord of new tunes and some new soloists. As part of the Australasian component at the 2012 Choir of the World concert in London’s Royal Festival Hall, we learned the very modern and musically challenging Pemulwuy (an Aboriginal guerrilla war leader in the late 1700s) and the New Zealand song Our Cities Face the Sea. And as part of the massed choir of 500 voices we sang a new arrangement of When the Saints which we hope you will enjoy.  Bryn Terfel was magnificent at the concert and we were so taken with his beautiful Anfonaf Angel (I'll Send an Angel) we have included our version here for your delight.

Tracks:  Let All Men Sing, Yr Utgorn, Anvil Chorus, Working Man, Stout-hearted Men, Ferry Cross the Mersey, Little Deuce Coupe, Gendarmes' Duet, Our Cities Face the Sea, Pemulwuy, Unwaith Eto'n Nghymru Annwyl, Suo Gân, Ar Hyd y Nos, Si Hei Lwli 'Mabi, In Flanders Fields, Yfory (Tomorrow),, Anfonaf Angel, Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears, When the Saints Go Marching In, Highland Cathedral, Waltzing Matilda.

We Are One

Recorded in 2011 at our rehearsal venue, St Edward's Church, Blackburn South. Directed by Faleiry Koczkar, accompanied by Lorna Ogilvie and recorded by Martin Wright of Move Records. Highlights include the late Jack Clarke, still in tremendous voice at 90 years of age, singing 'Working Man' - his 'signature tune' .

Tracks:  We'll Keep a Welcome, Ti A Dy Ddoniau, All Through the Night, Myfanwy, How Great Thou Art, Anvil Chorus, Always There, House of the Rising Sun, He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother, Pretty Flamingo, Ferry 'cross the Mersey, Yesterday, Little Deuce Coupe, Amazing Grace, Working Man, Men of Harlech, Hallelujah (Cohen), Lausanne, You Raise Me Up, Hen Ferchetan, Suo Gân, Si Hei Lwli Mabi, Shelter, I Am Australian

Showtime Memory


The result of numerous requests over the years from our loyal patrons.  Directed by Faleiry Koczkar with Rhonda Yates, soprano, Lorna Ogilvie, piano, and Jeremy Hopkins, drums.  Recorded in 2009 at St Edward's Church Hall and Move Records Studio, Melbourne.
 
Tracks: There is Nothing Like a Dame, Wouldn’t It be Luverly, Get Me to the Church on Time, Anthem, Sunrise Sunset, Rhythm of Life, Memory, You’ll Never Walk Alone, If I Loved You, Stout-Hearted Men, I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’, Summertime, My Dearest Dear, We’ll Gather Lilacs, The Rose, Seventy Six Trombones, Merry Widow Waltz, When a Felon’s not Engaged in his Employment, With Cat-Like Tread, Les Misérables Medley, I Still Call Australia Home.

Hymns

A compilation of popular hymns, most ancient, a few modern, many Welsh, others from all over the world, taken from our recordings since 1996. Musical director Faleiry Koczkar, pianists Geraldine Affley and Lorna Ogilvie, organists Alison Walpole and Elizabeth Paton. Mastered at Move Records Studio, Melbourne, October 2008.

Tracks:  Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, Calon Lân, Rachie, Aberystwyth, Jerusalem, Be Still My Soul, African Prayer, Jacob’s Ladder, Sanctaidd (Schubert), St. Clement, Tydi a Roddaist, Llanfair, Morte Criste, Gwahoddiad, Arwelfa, Blaenwern, Cwm Rhondda, Sunset Poem.

Global Eclectica

A bit of this and a bit of that - a selection of our favourite works from all over the world. Highlights include bass Charles Phillips' show-stopping rendition of I’se Weary of Waitin’, the mother of all Welsh love songs Myfanwy, a bilingual version of the fun song Sosban Fach and a lively medley of hit songs from the 1960s. Recorded in 2006 at our principal rehearsal venue, St Edward's Church, Blackburn South, by Move Records of Melbourne.

Tracks:  Blaenwern,  Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn, Jerusalem, Soldiers’ Chorus, Myfanwy, I Vow to Thee My Country,. I’se Weary of Waitin’, Sospan Fach, Be Still My Soul,  Rhythm of Life, My Dearest Dear, Cytgan y Milwyr (Soldiers' Chorus), Seventy Six Trombones, Hava Nagilam, Sanctaidd (Schubert), House of the Rising Sun, Sealed with a Kiss, He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother, Pretty Flamingo, Silence is Golden, How Do You Do It, Da Do Ron Ron.


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Men of Harlech

Hear Victoria Welsh Choir in full voice in every track in this recording, made at the incomparable Iwaki Auditorium ABC Melbourne. "Just received your CD 'Men of Harlech' as a Christmas gift from Australia. Couldn't wait, we had to open it and listen to it straight away. Congratulations, a great CD, so many tracks in Welsh and with good pronunciation too e.g. 'angel'. Gwyn and Pat Jones Abergele N. Wales."

Tracks:  Gwyr Harlech, What Would I Do Without My Music?, Gwahoddiad, Speed Your Journey, Myfanwy, You'll Never Walk Alone, Dashenka, Cwm Rhondda, The Rose, Amazing Grace, Si Hei Lwli Mabi, Les Misérables Medley, Anfonaf Angel, Sunset Poem, Rachie, Waltzing Matilda.

Let All Men Sing 

This recording features a smorgasbord of new tunes and some new soloists. As part of the Australasian component at the 2012 Choir of the World concert in London’s Royal Festival Hall, we learned the very modern and musically challenging Pemulwuy (an Aboriginal guerrilla war leader in the late 1700s) and the New Zealand song Our Cities Face the Sea. And as part of the massed choir of 500 voices we sang a new arrangement of When the Saints which we hope you will enjoy.  Bryn Terfel was magnificent at the concert and we were so taken with his beautiful Anfonaf Angel (I'll Send an Angel) we have included our version here for your delight.

Tracks:  Let All Men Sing, Yr Utgorn, Anvil Chorus, Working Man, Stout-hearted Men, Ferry Cross the Mersey, Little Deuce Coupe, Gendarmes' Duet, Our Cities Face the Sea, Pemulwuy, Unwaith Eto'n Nghymru Annwyl, Suo Gân, Ar Hyd y Nos, Si Hei Lwli 'Mabi, In Flanders Fields, Yfory (Tomorrow),, Anfonaf Angel, Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears, When the Saints Go Marching In, Highland Cathedral, Waltzing Matilda.

We Are One

Recorded in 2011 at our rehearsal venue, St Edward's Church, Blackburn South. Directed by Faleiry Koczkar, accompanied by Lorna Ogilvie and recorded by Martin Wright of Move Records. Highlights include the late Jack Clarke, still in tremendous voice at 90 years of age, singing 'Working Man' - his 'signature tune' .

Tracks:  We'll Keep a Welcome, Ti A Dy Ddoniau, All Through the Night, Myfanwy, How Great Thou Art, Anvil Chorus, Always There, House of the Rising Sun, He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother, Pretty Flamingo, Ferry 'cross the Mersey, Yesterday, Little Deuce Coupe, Amazing Grace, Working Man, Men of Harlech, Hallelujah (Cohen), Lausanne, You Raise Me Up, Hen Ferchetan, Suo Gân, Si Hei Lwli Mabi, Shelter, I Am Australian

Showtime Memory


The result of numerous requests over the years from our loyal patrons.  Directed by Faleiry Koczkar with Rhonda Yates, soprano, Lorna Ogilvie, piano, and Jeremy Hopkins, drums.  Recorded in 2009 at St Edward's Church Hall and Move Records Studio, Melbourne.
 
Tracks: There is Nothing Like a Dame, Wouldn’t It be Luverly, Get Me to the Church on Time, Anthem, Sunrise Sunset, Rhythm of Life, Memory, You’ll Never Walk Alone, If I Loved You, Stout-Hearted Men, I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’, Summertime, My Dearest Dear, We’ll Gather Lilacs, The Rose, Seventy Six Trombones, Merry Widow Waltz, When a Felon’s not Engaged in his Employment, With Cat-Like Tread, Les Misérables Medley, I Still Call Australia Home.

Hymns

A compilation of popular hymns, most ancient, a few modern, many Welsh, others from all over the world, taken from our recordings since 1996. Musical director Faleiry Koczkar, pianists Geraldine Affley and Lorna Ogilvie, organists Alison Walpole and Elizabeth Paton. Mastered at Move Records Studio, Melbourne, October 2008.

Tracks:  Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, Calon Lân, Rachie, Aberystwyth, Jerusalem, Be Still My Soul, African Prayer, Jacob’s Ladder, Sanctaidd (Schubert), St. Clement, Tydi a Roddaist, Llanfair, Morte Criste, Gwahoddiad, Arwelfa, Blaenwern, Cwm Rhondda, Sunset Poem.

Global Eclectica

A bit of this and a bit of that - a selection of our favourite works from all over the world. Highlights include bass Charles Phillips' show-stopping rendition of I’se Weary of Waitin’, the mother of all Welsh love songs Myfanwy, a bilingual version of the fun song Sosban Fach and a lively medley of hit songs from the 1960s. Recorded in 2006 at our principal rehearsal venue, St Edward's Church, Blackburn South, by Move Records of Melbourne.

Tracks:  Blaenwern,  Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn, Jerusalem, Soldiers’ Chorus, Myfanwy, I Vow to Thee My Country,. I’se Weary of Waitin’, Sospan Fach, Be Still My Soul,  Rhythm of Life, My Dearest Dear, Cytgan y Milwyr (Soldiers' Chorus), Seventy Six Trombones, Hava Nagilam, Sanctaidd (Schubert), House of the Rising Sun, Sealed with a Kiss, He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother, Pretty Flamingo, Silence is Golden, How Do You Do It, Da Do Ron Ron.





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