REPERTOIRE

Here are some of the songs currently in our repertoire together with their country of origin:

African women

  • AFRICA (SOUTH)
    • Asikhatali
    • Babethandaza
    • Bwana Tuhurume
    • Freedom is Coming
    • Hamba Natil
    • Jikela emaweni hamba
    • Lashong Ilang
    • Mabawuyeke
    • Ndi ne siphonono
    • Nkosi Sikelel i'Afrika
    • Senzenina
    • Skhanda Mayeza
    • Somagwaza
    • Thanda ummelwane
    • Tula
    • Yena Weh
  • AFRICA (OTHER)
    • Alunde (E. Africa)
    • Aluta continua (Angola)
    • Banaha (Congo)
    • Banuwa (Liberia)
    • Chaminuka (Zimbabwe)
    • He sengo weh (Congo)
    • Imaweni (Malawi)
    • Kwaheri (Kenya)
    • Magobo(Zimbabwe)
    • Salaleo (Gambia)
    • Wai bamba (Zimbabwe)
    • Zu arende (Zimbabwe)
  • EASTERN EUROPE
    • Agios o Theos (Russia)
    • Gospodi (Russia)
    • Hamisha asar (Bosnia/ Sephardic Jewish)
    • Ja Helo (Czech)
    • Kak po logu (Ukraine)
    • Maliarka (Russian gypsy)
    • Maramica na Stazi (Croatia)
    • More sokol pie (Bulgaria)
    • O Kolo (Czech)
    • Oj Dobricu (Croatia)
    • Oj Savice (Croatia)
    • Stolat (Poland)
    • Stomi e Milo (Macedonia)
    • Stomi e Milo (Bulgaria)
    • Tebe poem (Russia)
    • Todoro, Todorke (Bulgaria)
  • ENGLAND
    • Hail smiling morn
    • Here's a health to all good lasses
    • I wanna sing (Dee Jarlett)
    • Lowlands away
    • Now the sun is rising up (Sally Hurden)
    • Of all the brave birds
    • Oh Lord give us freedom
    • Thousands or more
    • Unison in Harmony (Jim Boyes)
  • EUROPE (OTHER)
    • Alle fugler (Norway)
    • Belle qui tient ma vie (France)
    • Da pacem Domine (Germany)
    • Festa Ianuaria (France)
    • Hvem k�n Segla (Norwegian)
    • Ma bela bimba (Italy)
    • Plaisir d'amour (France)
  • GEORGIA
    • Batonebo
    • Chela
    • Gogo shavtala
    • Mravalzamier (SIX different versions!)
    • Shen Har Venahi
    • Suliko
    • Tsmindao gmerto
    • Varado
  • GOSPEL/ SPIRITUAL
    • All my trials
    • Balm in Gilead
    • Down in the river to pray
    • Hush, hush somebody's calling my name
    • Jacob's ladder (we are climbing)
    • Let your little Light shine
    • Lord don't turn your child away
    • My Lord, what a mourning
    • No ways tired
    • Shine on me
    • Soon I will be done with the troubles of the world
    • Steal Away
    • Wade in the Water
  • IRELAND
    • Parting Glass
    • Reconciliation (Ron Kavana)
    • She Moved Through the Fair
    • Wild Mountain Thyme
  • HEBREW/ YIDDISH
    • Bim Bam
    • Haida
    • Hebrew lullaby
    • Hineh Ma Tov
    • Lo Yisa Goy
    • Tsena, tsena
    • Tumbai
    • Zum gali gali
  • MAORI
    • Haere mai
    • Maori Song
    • Mate Aroha
    • Pokarekare ana
    • Te Aroha
  • MISCELLANEOUS
    • Ab omni malo (Latin) (Helen Chadwick)
    • Adios mama (Cuba)
    • Cantai ao Senhor (Brazil)
    • Don't worry, be happy (Bobby McFerrin)
    • Earth belongs to all/ River chat (Australia)
    • Halle, Halle, Halle (Caribbean)
    • Heke hau (Hawaii)
    • I can see clearly now (Johnny Nash)
    • Kojo no tsuki (Japan)
    • Kyrie Guarany (Paraguay)
    • O so seo (Korea)
    • Plant de letta (Jamaica)
    • Tongo (Polynesia)
  • SCOTLAND
    • Dream Angus
    • Fhir a' bhata
    • Flower of Scotland
    • Mary Mack's Mither/ Furrem be Meheen
    • Seal Woman's Song
  • USA
    • Bright Morning Star (Shaker hymn)
    • Farewell my Friends (shape note)
    • Harvest Hymn (shape note)
    • Hey Yana (Native American Indian)
    • How can I keep from singing?
    • In wisdom's lovely pleasant ways (Shaker)
    • Ma Belle Sinkwanee (Cajun?)
    • Neesa (Native American Indian)
  • WALES
    • Hen Wlad fy Nhadau (Land of my Fathers)
    • Ar lan y mor
  • XMAS
    • A szeleknek (Hungary)
    • Cherry tree carol (USA)
    • Christmas song (Copper family)
    • Coventry Carol
    • Cradle hymn (Isaac Watts)
    • Fum, fum, fum (Spain)
    • Gaudete
    • Lulajze Jezuniu (Poland)
    • Patapan (France)
    • Sans Day Carol (Cornwall)
    • Stille Nacht/ Silent Night (Germany)
    • While shepherds watched ... (Lancashire, 1820)