The Aragon Singers’ repertoire includes a wide range of music: sacred and secular, old and new.  The following pieces have all been performed at concerts in recent years.

A Song for All People

Peter & Bob Barratt

A Spotless Rose

Herbert Howells


Words Charles Wesley, Music Dr Joseph Parry

Ain't Misbehavin’

Fats Waller, Harry Brooks and Andy Razaf

All In The April Evening

Katherine Tynan, Hugh Roberton

All Through The Night

Traditional, arr Harry Evans

Amazing Grace

Words John Newton, music Traditional arr John Rutter

An Die Musik (To Music)

Franz Schubert

And Every Stone Shall Cry

Bob Chilcott

And So It Goes

Billy Joel

Anfonaf Angel

Words Hywel Gwynfryn, music Robat Arwyn

As Torrents In Summer

Sir Edward Elgar

Ave Maria


Ave Maria


Ave Verum

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bless This House

Words Helen Taylor, music May H. Brahe

Biobby Shaftoe

Traditional, arr W. G. Whittaker

Bogoroditse Devo

Sergei Rachmaninov

Bound for Jubilee

Joyce Eilers

Bridge over troubled water

Paul Simon, arr C. Sechler

Brüderlein und Schwesterlein (from “Die Fledermaus”)

Johann Strauss

Cantique de Jean Racine

Gabriel Fauré

Ceremony of Carols (excerpts)

Benjamin Britten

Clare Benediction

John Rutter

Come to the Fair

Helen Taylor / Easthope Martin

Down in the river

Sarah McGeachy

Dusk to Dawn

Vijay Singh

Elijah (excerpts)

Felix Mendelssohn

Gaelic Blessing

John Rutter

Gloria (complete, and excerpts)

Antonio Vivaldi

God be in my head

Sir Henry Walford Davies

God's Choir

Ray Overholt


Lewis Hartsough / Ieuan Gwyllt

Hail Holy Queen (from “Sister Act”)

Traditional, arr Marc Shaiman

He That Shall Endure


Hiawatha's Wedding Feast

Longfellow / Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

HMS Pinafore (extract)

Gilbert & Sullivan

Holy, Holy, Holy


Hungarian Folk Songs

Traditional, arr M. Seiber

In Der Passionszeit


Irish Blessing

Traditional, arr Bob Chilcott

Jesu joy of man's desiring

J S Bach

Just Let Me Sing

Mary Donnelly



Laudate Dominum

W A Mozart

Les Misérables (excerpts)

Boublil / Natel / Kretzmer / Schönberg

Let It Be Me

Pierre Delanoë & Gilbert Bécaud, trans Mann Curtis, arr Haydn James

Let There Be Peace On Earth

Jill Jackson Miller / Sy Miller

Let’s Do It, Let’s Fall In Love

Cole Porter

Lift Thine Eyes (from “Elijah”)

Felix Mendelssohn

Linden Lea

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Little Jack Horner

Michael Diack

Lord, For Thy Tender Mercy's Sake

Richard Farrant

Manchester Carols

Carol Ann Duffy & Sasha Johnson Manning

Mansion of the Lord

Randall Wallace

Morte Christe

Isaac Watts

Messiah (excerpts)

George Frederick Handel

My Spirit Sang All Day

Words Robert Bridges, Music Gerald Finzi

Nearer My God To Thee

Sarah Flower Adams, Lowell Mason

Night of Miracles

John W Peterson

O haupt voll Blut und Wunden

J. S. Bach

O My Love's Like A Red, Red Rose

Words by Robert Burns, setting by René Clausen

Now is the month of Maying

Thomas Morley

Panis Angelicus

César Franck

Portrait of my Love

Words David West, music Cyril Ornadel


Gabriel Fauré


Eliza Gilkyson

Rhythm of Life (from "Sweet Charity")

Dorothy Parker / Cy Coleman

Saint Cecilia Mass (excerpts)

Charles Gounod

Scarlet Ribbons

Jack Segal, Evelyn Danzig

Seven Sea Shanties

Traditional, arr R. Searle

Sheep may safely graze

J. S. Bach


Traditional, arr L. Stone

Si Hei Lwli 'Mabi

Traditional Welsh

Signore Delle Cime

G de Marzi

Sing A Song Of Sixpence

Michael Diack

Sing We And Chant It

Thomas Morley

Softly As I Leave You

Giorgio Calabrese and Tony De Vita

Some Enchanted Evening (“South Pacific”)

Rodgers & Hammerstein

Steal Away

Wallace Willis

Steal Away

Traditional, arr Hugh S Roberton

Sunset Poem (Eli Jenkins’ prayer from "Under Milk Wood")

Words by Dylan Thomas, set to music originally written by A H D Troyte

The Crown of Roses


The Crucifixion

Sir John Stainer

The Lord Bless You And Keep You

John Rutter

The Heavens are Telling (from "The Creation")

Joseph Haydn

The Lord Is My Shepherd

Howard Goodall

The Lord Is My Shepherd

Henry Smart

The Lord's Prayer

Albert Hay Malotte

The Pirates of Penzance (excerpt)

Gilbert & Sullivan

Thou Knowest, Lord, The Secrets Of Our Hearts  (Funeral Music for Queen Mary)

Henry Purcell

Tibie Paiom

Dmitri Bortniansky

Tunes from Archbishop Parker’s Psalter

Thomas Tallis

Were you there when they crucified my Lord?

Traditional African-American spiritual

Va pensiero (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) from "Nabucco"

Guiseppe Verdi

We’ll Gather Lilacs (from “Perchance to Dream”)

Ivor Novello

Where The Gentle Avon Flows

Words Christopher Hassall, Music Ronald Binge

Which Is The Properest Day To Drink

Thomas Arne

You Raise Me Up

Brendan Graham and Rolf Lovland

You’re Just In Love (from “Call Me Madam”)

Irving Berlin

plus seasonal music for Christmas concerts, and period music to mark the centenary of World War I