Work in progress
Carols, the seventh album, and two semi-acoustic sets at Leith Hill Place
The band was delighted to be invited to sing at the
St. George's annual Carol Service
on 23rd December 2018. This was the fourth year that we had had the privilege of taking
part and this time we sang two unaccompanied songs, 'Shepherds Arise!' and 'We Three Kings'.
On 5th August the band played two very successful semi-acoustic sets at the National Trust's
Leith Hill Place,
the home of Ralph Vaughan Williams. The sets were played to packed audiences and especially featured some
of the songs collected by Vaughan Williams during his travels through England, including 'Just as the Tide was
Flowing', 'All Things are quite Silent', 'Lovely Joan' and 'The Banks of the Nile'.
The band's seventh album, There was a Time, was released at the end of June.
It includes songs and instrumentals both traditional and new-hewn, plus an arrangement of the
incidental music from the
Lucy Anna Martin
music video. Details for the album, and samples of the tracks, can be found here.
Copies are available from the webstore.
The Lucy Anna Martin video project is still viewable on
YouTube; be sure to watch it.
You can still find the band's search of the National Theatre's costume and prop hire departments in Kennington for
suitable items for use in the green screen filming
for the video at Camberwell Studios in mid-March 2013. You can also follow John's finished record,
"The Making of Lucy Anna Martin", by clicking
here; the blog now continues with
John's thoughts as he prepares a sequel full-length video.
Meanwhile donít forget to visit the band's blog (updated on 16 June 2015) at
All text, images and music samples on this site are copyright © Childe Rolande.
Poster for Lucy Anna Martin
(click to watch the video)