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Since the choir started in 2009, it has enjoyed singing a wide ranging and eclectic mix of music (popular, folk, classical, latin american, world and musicals) from simple unison songs to complex four part arrangements. In 2017 the choir decide to create it's own 'Hall of Fame'. This exemplifies the wide ranging nature of the choir's repertoire and gives an indication of the music the choir enjoys singing!

GUCC Hall of Fame 2017 - Top 30

  1. Why We Sing ..... Greg Gilpin
  2. Riversong ..... Andy Beck
  3. The Water of Tyne ..... W G Whittaker
  4. Shenandoah ..... American Folk Song, arr. with additional lyrics by Jeff Funk
  5. Keep you in Peace ..... Sarah Morgan adapted by Peter Hunt
  6. The Rhythm of Life ..... Fields and Coleman, arr. Barnes
  7. Hallelujah ..... Words and music by Leonard Cohen, arr. Roger Emerson
  8. The Journey ..... from Symphony in E minor by Antonin Dvorak and the Shaker Hymn 'Simple Gifts', arr. Joseph M Martin
  9. Cantar! ..... Jay Althouse
  10. He ain't heavy, he's my Brother ..... Bobby Scott and Bob Russell, arr. Jay Althouse
  11. Shoshone Love Song ..... Traditional Native American
  12. World in Union ..... words and music by Charles Skarbeck, adapted from a melody by Gustav Holst, arr. Douglas Coombes
  13. Fields of Gold ..... Sumner, arr. Emerson
  14. In my Dreams ..... Paul Mealor
  15. The Rose ..... Words and music by Amanda McBroom, arr. Teena Chinn
  16. You Raise Me Up ..... Graham and Lovland, arr. Emerson
  17. Adiemus ..... Karl Jenkins
  18. Sanctus (from the Armed Man) ..... Karl Jenkins
  19. Benedictus ..... Brian Lewis
  20. There’s a girl that I love ..... Anon
  21. It Don't Mean a Thing ..... Duke Ellington and Irving Mills, arr. Mac Huff
  22. Only You ..... Clarke, arr Allen
  23. Wakati wa Amani (A Time of Peace - Swahili) ..... Sally K Albrecht
  24. Aya Ngena ..... Traditional Zulu song, arr. Ruth Morris Gray
  25. Look to the Day ..... John Rutter
  26. Si Njay Njay Njay ..... Zulu traditional
  27. You've got a Friend ..... Words and music by Carole King, arr. Alexander L'Estrange
  28. The Beatles in Revue ..... Lennon and McCartney, arr. Ed Lojeski
  29. Chatanooga Choo Choo ..... music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Mack Gordon, arr. Pete Schmutte
  30. I Remember ..... Sarah Quartel

The choir recorded a selection of these pieces in July 2017. A CD of this recording is available. For more information, please contact us.