The Royal Choral Society is an amateur choir, based in London. Formed soon after the opening of the Royal Albert Hall in 1871, the choir gave its first performance as the Royal Albert Hall Choral Society on 8 May 1872 – the choir's first conductor Charles Gounod included the Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah in the inaugural concert
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Wednesday’s performance made the choral pedigree of the Estonian choir immediately obvious. The singing of this work, which can be seen as a surprising precursor of the later Pärt, was controlled, lucid, reserved, even slightly detached.
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|A2||Trotting To The Fair|
|A4||The Lark In The Clear Air|
|A5||The Kerry Dances|
|A6||The Ballynure Ballad|
|A7||Quick, We Have But A Second|
|B1||All Through The Night|
|B3||The Ulst Tramping Song|
|B4||The Eriskay Love Lilt|
|B5||The Cruiskeen Lawn|
|B6||The Girl With The Buckles On Her Shoes|
|B7||The Palantine’s Daughter|
|B8||The Dashing White Sergeant|
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