Music Director Acknowledgements and Thanks RMO .David Powell Fletcher Powley Guitar: ... Midnight
Music Director Acknowledgements and Thanks RMO .David Powell Fletcher Powley Guitar: ... Midnight

Music Director Acknowledgements and Thanks RMO .David Powell Fletcher Powley Guitar: ... Midnight

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  • Saskatchewan Orchestral Association(www.saskorchestras.com) for their ongoing support.

    Saskatchewan Culturewww.saskculture.sk.ca

    Saskatchewan Arts Board

    www.artsboard.sk.ca

    HJ Linnen Associateswww.hjlinnen.com

    First Mandolin:Kerry CibartDonna KochSusan McLaughlinRay PacholekBette-Lou ParaggInez PowleyEddie SawchukJoanne Saxby

    Second Mandolin:Katherine ArbuthnottRichard GustinSuzie IngShirley LoziakLiz LynchukKen McCawShirley McKayCarolyn McKinnonJune RankinRose Walliser

    Octave Mandolin:Harvey LinnenRoman Tacik

    Mandola:Ernie Nicholls

    Bouzouki:Mary Ann McGrath

    Mandocello:Molly HeganDavid PowellFletcher Powley

    Guitar:Kathy HubichDesiree Veitenheimer

    Violin:Nancy CibartLinda LoughranJoan RobertsonShelley Tamaki

    Bass:Brian Herman

    Flute:Deanna BarlowKjersten HordernPam Norman

    Acknowledgements and ThanksGary Robertson, Kathy Hubich, Joan Robertson,

    Roman Tacik and Susan McLaughlin for their arrangements.

    Yvonne Redant, Director and the RMO Board.

    Richard Gustin our Master of Ceremonies

    David Powell as well as all the volunteers, set up; Kathy Hubich social arrangements;

    Harvey Linnen publicity and for printing the posters and programs, and all the volunteers who handled tickets.

    Kerry Cibart, Molly Hegan, Joan Robertson, Ernie Nicholls, Fletcher Powley and Kathy Hubich for their many hours of support to the teaching program.

    Larry Muth (Muth Mandolins)www.muthmandolins.com

    Peter Sawchyn (Sawchyn Guitars and Mandolins)www.sawchyn.com

    Chris Weber (CW Stringworks)www.cwstringworks.com

    Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre for venues to play.

    Music DirectorYvonne Redant

    RMO Musicians

  • Silent Night (Arr. Hubich 2009)

    Accompanied by the Student Program

    The Solstice Carol (Arr. Robertson 1995)

    Beautiful Star of Bethlehem (Arr. Hubich 2002)

    Winter Wonderland (Arr. Hubich 1999)

    The Showman (Joh. B kok, Arr. Hubich 2010)

    La Bamba (Arr. Hubich 2010)

    Christmas, Dont be Late (David Seville, Arr. Hubich 2010)

    The Holly and the Ivy (Arr. Hubich 2010)

    Kerry Cibart soloist

    Music Box Dancer (Frank Mills Arr. Hubich 2009)

    The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy

    (S. Hatfield Arr. McLaughlin 2008)

    Its Beginning to LookLike Christmas (Arr. Hubich 2005)

    I N T E R M I S S I O N

    Molly Hegan Huron Carol (Middleton 1926)

    Christmas Is For Sharing (Hegan)

    Planxty Sue Fraser (Paul Gitlitz, Arr. Hubich 2010)

    Once in Royal Davids City It Came Upon the

    Midnight Clear (Arr. Hubich 2009)

    Lapsi on Syntynyt Sylvian joululaulu

    (Hubich 2007)

    Rockin Around the Christmas Tree (Hubich 2007)

    Those Were the Days (Arr. Hubich 2010)

    Medley of Reels (Arr. Hubich 2008)

    The Distressed Soldier Angels We Have Heard on High

    (Hubich 2007)

    Silent Night

    Silent night, holy nightAll is calm, all is bright

    Round yon Virgin Mother and ChildHoly Infant so tender and mild

    Sleep in heavenly peaceSleep in heavenly peace

    Silent night, holy night!Shepherds quake at the sight

    Glories stream from heaven afarHeavenly hosts sing Alleluia!

    Christ, the Saviour is bornChrist, the Saviour is born

    Silent night, holy nightSon of God, loves pure light

    Radiant beams from Thy holy faceWith the dawn of redeeming grace

    Jesus, Lord, at Thy birthJesus, Lord, at Thy birth

    Those Were The Days

    Once upon a time there was a tavernWhere we used to raise a glass or two

    Remember how we laughed away the hoursAnd dreamed of all the great things

    we would do

    Those were the days my friendWe thought theyd never end

    Wed sing and dance forever and a dayWed live the life we choose

    Wed fight and never loseFor we were young

    and sure to have our way.La la la la...

    Those were the days,oh yes those were the days

    Then the busy years went rushing by usWe lost our starry notions on the way

    If by chance Id see you in the tavernWed smile at one another and wed say

    Chorus

    Just tonight I stood before the tavernNothing seemed the way it used to beIn the glass I saw a strange reflection

    Was that lonely woman really me

    Chorus

    Through the door there camefamiliar laughter

    I saw your face and heard you call my nameOh my friend were older but no wiser

    For in our heartsthe dreams are still the same

    Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas and happy 2011!

    Dont forget to get a copy of our first Christmas CD on sale tonight.