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Nou Let Us Sing

The Linton Singers' first CD, published in 2008, is a compilation of unaccompanied choral music encompassing a wide range of styles and eras, from music of the renaissance Scottish court to a 20th century piece by Ronald Stevenson, a composer resident in West Linton.


O lusty May - Scottish, 16th century

Remember me, my deir - Scottish, 16th century

What mightie motion - Scottish, 16th century (poem, Alexander Montgomerie)

Nou let us sing - Scottish, 16th Century

Psalm 1 - Scottish, 16th century (verse 1, David Peebles)

Descendi in hortum meum - Scottish, 16th century

April is in my mistress' face - Thomas Morley

Never weatherbeaten sail - Thomas Campion

On another's sorrow - Ronald Stevenson (poem, William Blake)

The sailor and young Nancy - English traditional

Afton Water - Scottish traditional arr. David Willcocks (poem, Robert Burns)

The auld lint mill - Scottish traditional arr. Murray Campbell (poem, Robert Sanderson)

Mary Morison - Scottish traditional, arr. Murray Campbell (poem, Robert Burns)

Uist tramping song - J. R. Bannermann arr. Hugh Robertson (poem, Hugh Robertson)

Dixit Maria - Hans Leo Hassler

Sanctus and Agnus Dei - Chiara Margarita Cozzolani

Confitebor tibi Domine - Claudio Monteverdi

Ave verum corpus - W. A. Mozart

Exultent caeli - Claudio Monteverdi

Ordering information

CD: £10 plus £1.50 postage and packing

To order, please email the Secretary stating quantity required and including your postal address.