Freemason's Hall, 17 Molesworth Street, DUBLIN 2
12 June 2015
Solstice Arts Centre, Navan
13 June 2015

An evening in the company of the gentlemen of Chamber Choir Ireland, we present a programme of 18th century glees and other entertainments conducted by Chamber Choir Ireland’s Artistic Director, Paul Hillier – with music by Henry Purcell, Thomas Arne, William Byrd and Benjamin Cooke’s Ode on Handel for eight voices. Join us for an evening of these entertainments including an answer to the question ‘Which is the properest day to drink’? Join us in the beautiful surrounds of the Freemason’s Hall in Dublin, and Solstice Arts Centre, Navan.


Non nobis DomineWilliam Byrd
Melting AirsWilliam Hayes
Return blest daysJohn Stafford Smith
Discord, dire sisterSamuel Webbe
Sigh no more, ladiesR J S Stevens
The Street IntrigueThomas Arne
Which is the properest day to drinkThomas Arne
Elegy on the Death of Mr ShenstoneThomas Arne
Sweet Harmonist - Ode to HandelBenjamin Cooke
EpitaphJonathan Battishill
Sylvia Blushes when I woo herJonathan Battishill
Amidst the myrtlesJonathan Battishill
When the cock begins to crowHenry Purcell
Sir Walter enjoying his DamselHenry Purcell
There is a paradiseR L Pearsall
Foresters sound the cheerful hornHenry Bishop
Music all powerfulThomas F Walmisley
The Gentlemen of Chamber Choir Ireland
Paul HillierConductor