Make up your own set and join the dancers on the floor as another leading band and caller return to provide the music.
In the last in the series, tonight's show features Peeping Tom and their caller Eddie Upton.
Featuring Bonjour, a welcome song from the King's Singers; two pieces by Henry Purcell - The Fairies Dance and Sing
While We Trip on the Green from The Fairy Queen and Bess of Bedlam, sung by Catherine Bott ; a Handel aria from Julius Ceasar sung by James Bowman ; and Gregorian Chant as performed in the Spanish colonies of Latin America.
Alex Pascall talks to some prominent Caribbeans about their backgrounds, careers and favourite music. This week,
Trinidadian actress Nina
Baden-Semper - best-known from the hit television comedy series Love Thy Neighbour.
The Organist Entertains Music, news and information from the popular organ and keyboard world - also John Leeming reviews an important series of CDs featuring some of George Wright 's classic theatre organ recordings, as well as some previously unissued tracks.
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