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In 1920, the founders of Felling Male Voice Choir may have thought it might have been “The Impossible Dream”. But today, as they move towards their Centenary in 2020, the Choir are still respected as “leading ambassadors for maintaining and promoting male voice singing” across the UK and Europe.

It is appropriate that this number featured on an excellent collection of live music recorded at Newcastle City Hall in 1981:
“Sound An Alarm”, “The Long Day Closes”, “The Wild Huntsman”, “Balm In Gilead” ( Soloist – Dennis Mears), “Everytime I Feel The Spirit” (Soloist – Harry Trainor), “Kumbaya”, “The Lost Chord”, “The Impossible Dream”, “Battle Hymn Of The Republic” and A Selection of Music from Russia – “Song of the Volga Boatmen”, “Soldiers’ Song” and “Bandura” (Soloist – Charles Laing).

A list of all of the CDs recorded by Felling Male Voice Choir can be found under the “Products” section on the “About” page or by visiting the Choir website under “Shop”.