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Wilbraham Choral Society

Men's Glee Club - 2011

Raymond W. Drury, conductor / Marcia Jackson, accompanist

[1] The Star-Spangled Banner - words by Francis Scott Key, music by John Stafford Smith, adapted by Ken Samonds
[2] Cantate Domino - Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni, arr. Donald Moore
[3] The Arrow and the Song - words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, music by Joseph M. Martin
[4] Dodi Li - Israeli Song, arr. Doreen Rao
[5] Streets of Laredo - Traditional Ballad, arr. Ruth Elaine Schram
[6] Sinner Man - Traditional African-American Spiritual, arr. David Eddleman
[7] River in Judea - lyrics by Linda Marcus, music by Jack Feldman, arr. John Leavitt

(John Stuckenbruck, Frank Twyeffort: Tenor; Craig Dinnie: Baritone; Ray Drury: Bass)
[8] Steal Away - Traditional Spiritual, arr. Brazeal Dennard
[9] Just a Closer Walk with Thee - adapted and arr. by Ed Lojeski

(Pat Halpin, Leo Morrissey, John Stuckenbruck, Frank Twyeffort: Tenor;
Craig Dinnie, James Orenstein: Baritone; Alan Drinan, Pete Ledoux: Bass)
[10] Boola - Allan M. Hirsch
[11] De Animals A-Comin' - Spiritual, arr. Marshall Bartholomew

[12] I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' ("Porgy and Bess") - words and music by George Gershwin, Du Bose and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin;
arr. Douglas E. Wagner
[13] Fire and Rain - words and music by James Taylor, arr. Greg Gilpin
[14] Rocking Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu - words and music by Huey P. Smith, arr. Kirby Shaw
[15] Since I Don't Have You [Craig Dinnie, Soloist] - words and music by James Beaumont, Janet Vogel,
Joseph Verscharen, Walter Lester, Lennie Martin, Joseph Rock, and John Taylor; arr. Mac Huff
[16] Sweet Caroline - words and music by Neil Diamond, original "GLEE" arrangement by Adam Anders and Tim Davis, adapted by Kirby Shaw
[17] A Tribute to the Armed Services - arr. Lloyd Larson
[18] Lydia, the Tattooed Lady ("At the Circus") - music by Harold Arlen, lyric by E. Y. Harburg, arr. Jay Althouse