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Mendocino Women's Choir Concerts this weekend/setlist for 10th anniversary

I've discovered so many wonderful new songs from the setlists and programs
y'all have shared, I thought I'd send this out as an example of eclectic
synergy! Thanks!

Senzenina (processional/Zulu chant)
Girls' Night Out (Clabber Girls; a nice witchy song, complete with brooms)
As Fair As Morn (Wilbye; madrigal)
Morning Has Broken (Cat Stevens)
Da Pacem Domine (Melchior Franck)
In Black (an original, by one of our singers, Rachel Lahn, about Women in
Someone to Watch Over Me (Gershwin)
Cross the River (another original, by Margy Crowningshield)
Varpas (Vasiliauskaite; Lithuanian for "Bell")
Serenade to Be Sung in the Woods (Schulz; 19th century)
Geographical Fugue (Ernst Toch, speech choir)
The Times They Are A-Changin' (Dylan, of course)
Ladarke (Croatian paean to the river goddess Lado; arr. by Cossetto)
Quiet Joys of Brotherhood (a world premier, arranged for us by J. David
Praise (another original by Margy Crowningshield)
Sure as the Wind, My Sisters (Terry Dash; recessional for intermission;
It's All in the Rhythm (processional; chant/round; unknown composer)
Comin' Into My Years (Betsy Rose, arr. by J. David Moore)
To the Goddess (T. Anne Archer/Jennifer Bennett
Hail, Holy Queen (Marc Shaiman/adapted by Roger Emerson; from "Sister Act")
Miss Celie's Blues (Quincy Jones; from "The Color Purple")
Stabat Mater (Pergolesi)
Music in My Mother's House (Stuart Stotts/arr. by J. David Moore)
60s Medley ("You Don't Own Me/My Boyfriend's Back/One Fine Day"/arr. by Ed
Las Amarillas (Hatfield arr. of Mexican folk song)
Why Am I Painting the Livingroom? (Pete and Lou Berryman; about global
politics, activism and the
dailiness of our lives)
We Are Rising/Beijing Chant (Barnwell; political "rap")
No More Silence (Burns Sisters; gospel)
Finlandia (Sibelius, but with new words by the Burns Sisters)
Siyahamba (recessional: African chant, Rao arrangement)

Mendocino Women's Choir

155 Cypress Street, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
707-964-9520 * fax: 707-964-7531 *

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