Music

We are gradually building a repository of songs, songsheets, sound files, videos and weblinks for choirs to use for singing at events. Please feel free to use any of the material contained within the resources below but remember to acknowledge the source.

Songs and songsheets

We are gradually building a repository of songs and songsheets for choirs to use and select from at events. Please feel free to use any of the material contained within the resources below but remember to acknowledge the source.

Sound files

Protest in Harmony: Bambalela (all)
Protest in Harmony: Bambalela (bass and alto)
Protest in Harmony: Bambalela (bass and tenor)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (all)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (alto and bass)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (alto and tenor)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (alto, tenor and bass)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (tune and alto)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (tune and bass)
Protest in Harmony: One Song, One Dance (tune and tenor)

Videos

Keep It Cool is an environmental song written for Liverpool Socialist Singers:

Look Out (Global warming threatens every one of us) by Strawberry Thieves:

Choirs’ materials

Several CCN members have indicated that they are happy for other choirs to view and use their online material although an acknowledgement of the source is normally required. Click on the links below to visit other choirs’ websites.

Protest in Harmony

Protest in Harmony have also produced the sound files below for use in Zoom sessions:

Sea Green Singers – general repertoire

Sea Green Singers – songs for XR events

Strawberry Thieves

Other websites

Traditional Arts Team (Birmingham) produce a monthly songsheet, the Political Songster, the latest edition of which you can download below:

Rise Up and Sing (Annie Patterson and Peter Blood) have many songs on racial justice, climate change, immigration, labour, and war and peace.