Minehead Male Voice Choir in action

We have over 120 songs in our library and always adding new ones. We don’t know all of them yet but we are working towards that goal.
Listed below is a sample of those we know and can perform almost at the drop of a hat!
We are always on the lookout for suitable additions to our library although it does take some time to learn the music AND the words as, like most other Male Voice Choirs, we do tend to sing without copies of the pieces at our concerts.

  • Spiritual/Religious

    AmenCalon LanEvery time I feel the spiritHallelujahKumbyjah/Peace like a riverLet there be peace on earthLlanfairMorte ChristiMy Lord What a MorningO Mary don’t you weepPanis AngelicusRachieSteal AwayThe Lily of the ValleyWhen the Saints go marching in

  • Rousing

    An American Trilogy
    Comrades in arms
    Miner’s Song
    Pilgrim’s Chorus (Tannhauser)
    Rhythm of Life
    Songs from WW1
    Speed your journey (Nabucco)
    Stout-hearted men
    Working Man
    World in Union

  • Quiet / Reflective

    Across the Harbour
    Calm is the sea
    Drink to me only
    In Flanders Field
    Let it be me
    Pray’r in the Twilight
    Softly as I leave you
    What would I do without my music

  • Show Music

    Bring Him Home
    Castle on a Cloud
    Do you hear the people sing
    I believe
    Love changes everything
    My heart will go on
    New York, New York
    Seventy-six trombones
    There is nothin’ like a dame
    When I fall in love
    You raise me up
    You’ll never walk alone
    You’re just in love

This is the music we sang during our whistlestop tour of Cornwall

● Speed Your Journey (more commonly known as the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco by Verdi)● I believe (by Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham and Jimmy Shirl and performed by Frankie Laine in 1953)● Anthem (from the musical “Chess” by Time Rice, Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus)● Across the Harbour – Words and Music by Jeffrey Perkins of Porlock● World in Union (Based on the tune by Gustav Holst usually used for “I Vow to Thee My Country”
and sung at the Rugby World Cup in 1991 by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa)
● You Raise Me Up – Words and Music by Rolf Loveland and Brendon Graham (arr by Alan Simmons)● For The Brave and Loyal to the rousing welsh tune Rachie by Caradog Roberts● When the Saints go Marching In (arr Denys Hood)● Love Changes Everything (Don Black/Andrew Lloyd-Webber arr Neil Topping)● Shining – Words and Music by Amanda McBroom