Singing for Fun – July meeting

We welcomed new member Irene Millard to the group.  Robert led the singing of ‘The Quartermaster’s Stores’, in which he had made up silly rhymes using the names of some 8 or 9 members present.  Judith however had opened the afternoon’s entertainment with a better rendition of the comic Cockney song ‘When Father Papered The Parlour’ than Robert had presented last time and, to boot, gave it a rousing accompaniment on the piano, (Robert was unaware she had the musical score so we had sung it ‘a capella’).  The afternoon passed in its usual merry way, our enjoyment being enhanced by listening to a duet of Judith and George singing a song from one of the shows, (Phantom of the Opera, I believe).  Next Meeting: Friday 28th June 2-4pm in the Methodist Church.  Advance Warning: No meetings in August, the next is 8th September.  Robert Cook 01858 469337.

“Yet again we had a most enjoyable meeting singing a wide variety of songs under Robert Cook’s direction.  Our singing ranged through songs from the shows to comedy songs.”  Brand Sharpe – 18th July 2017.