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Felling Male Voice Choir are certainly “Comrades in Arms” and continue to be true “Ambassadors of Male Voice Singing” as they move towards their Centenary in 2020.

“Comrades in Arms” was one of an excellent collection of music recorded live at Newcastle City Hall in 1980:
“The Fighting Temeraire”, “The Listeners”, “The Last Words of David”, “The Fire Kindled”, “Beat! Beat! Drums”, “The Monastery Scene” (Soloists – Norman Grainger & Charles Laing), “Comrades In Arms”, “Passing By” (Soloists – George Richardson & Edward Purcell), “Bobby Shafto”, “Deep River” (Soloist Harry Trainor), “Don’t Let The River Run Dry” (Soloist – James Crombie), “If I Were a Rich Man” (Soloist – Patrick Ogilvie), “The Peers Chorus” and “Anvil Chorus”.

A full list of the CDs available from Felling Male Voice Choir can be found under “Products” on our “About” page or on our website under “Shop”.