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GLASGOW ORPHEUS CHOIR - Crimond
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GLASGOW ORPHEUS CHOIR - Crimond

In 1901, a seventeen year old Glaswegian called Hugh Roberton took up conductorship of the Toynbee House Choir. The mixed voice choir took it's name from it's meeting place at the Toynbee Men's Social Club, 25 Rottenrow, Glasgow.

In the next few years the choir was discovered by the public and gained great popularity. In 1906, it broke it's links with Toynbee to become an independent organisation and one of the true treasures of Scotland. It's new name was The Glasgow Orpheus Choir.

Tracks - Crimond (Psalm 23) :
The Dashing White Sergeant :
Far Away (The Londonderry Air) :
Cradle Song :
Bonnie Dundee :
Belmont (Hymn - By Cool Siloam's Shady Rill) :
Go Lovely Rose :
Mice and Men (Psalm Tune) :
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring :
The Old Woman :
The Campbells Are Comin'! :
All In The April Evening :
O Can Ye Sew Cushions? (Lowland Song) :
Corydon, Arise ! :
The Herd Maiden's Song (Highland Song) :
Kedron (Psalm Tune) :
The Laird o' Cockpen (Lowland Song) :
An Eriskay Love Lilt :
Sea Sorrow :
Gretna Green :
Stracathro (Psalm Tune) :
All Through The Night :
Dumbarton's Drums :
Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes :
White Waves On The Water :
Scots Wha Hae

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