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Frances Ruth
Frances Ruth C Elspeth
Annie G. Hannah Jacky
Annie G Hannah Jacky
Bernie Bernie
Karen Sue Debi
Jan Jan
Jan Gill Kate

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Another Op’nin, Another Show
Composer: Cole Porter
From the musical “Kiss Me Kate” based on Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew”

The Steppe is Everywhere Around
Russian Folk Song
The Steppe is a vast area of grassland plains without trees stretching from Moldavia through Ukraine to Siberia. 

Palladio
Composer: Karl Jenkins
Inspired by the 16th century architect Andrea Palladio
1st movement from Palladio Suite which was used for the De Beers diamonds advert

Quy Waltz
Composer: Jane Ward
Quy is the name of the village where the Cambridge Accordion Club rehearse.  Jane used to be President of the club.

Schindler’s List
Composer: John Williams
Original soundtrack of the 1993 film
The album won an Academy Award and BAFTA award for “Best Original Score”

La Partida
Composer: Carlos Bonnet
Venezuelan Waltz , the title translates as  – The Departure

Bare Necessities
Composer: Terry Gilkyson
From the 1967 Disney film “The Jungle Book”

El Choclo
Composer: Angel Villoldo
One of the most popular tangos in Argentina
Allegedly written in honour of and taking it’s title from the nickname of the proprietor of a nightclub, known as “El Choclo”

Can You Feel The Love Tonight?
Composer: Music by Elton John   Lyrics by Tim Rice
From the 1994 Disney animated film “The Lion King”.
The song was a No 1 hit in France but only reached No 14 in the UK

Katjuscha
Composer: Matvei Blanter
“Little Catherine” is a  Russian wartime song composed in 1938.  It tells the story of a young woman, Katjuscha, standing on a high riverbank singing of her beloved, who is a soldier serving on the border far away.

Blow The Wind Southerly
Traditional English folk song from Northumbria

Dark Eyes
Composer: Florian Hermann
There is some dispute that this is not a Russian Traditional folk song, but a cabaret song

Scarborough Fair
A traditional English ballad about the Yorkshire town of Scarborough.
The song relates to the tale of a young man who instructs the listener  to tell his former love to perform for him a series of impossible tasks, such as making him a shirt without a seam and then washing it in a dry well, adding that  if she completes these tasks he will take her back.

Yosel Yosel
Composers: Samuel Steinberg and Natalie Cashman.    Arranged by Reiner Oberbeck
“Joseph Joseph” is a traditional Jewish song written in 1923. Sammy Cahn put English lyrics to it and it became a big hit for the Andrews Sisters during WW2.

Rock Around The Clock
Composer: Max C Freedman and Jimmy De Knight .