Ave verum corpus (Hail, true body) is a motet in D major (K. 618), composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It is a setting of the 14th century Eucharistic hymn in Latin "Ave verum corpus" in 1791 .
Lyrics taken from poem from Act II, Scene 7 in As You Like It by William Shakespeare
"Drive My Car" is a song primarily written by Paul McCartney, with lyrical contributions from John Lennon, and first released by the Beatles on the British version of the 1965 album Rubber Soul.
One Voice is the first song on the sixth studio album by singer/songwriter Barry Manilow, released in 1979. It was recorded at United Western Studios and Allen Zentz Recording in Hollywood.
This is a song from Randy Newman’s 1977 album “Little Criminals”. The verses and chorus are lyrically constructed as a pointed attack on the short.
This song was written in 1982 by gospel singer/songwriter Randy Stonehill and appeared on his 1983 album "Equator". It is an interesting, fun song, sung in a lilting, calypso style.
"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" is a 1957 folk song written by British political singer/songwriter Ewan MacColl for Peggy Seeger, who would later become his wife, to sing.
"The Three Ravens" (Child 26, Roud 5) is an English folk ballad, printed in the song book Melismata compiled by Thomas Ravenscroft and published in 1611, but it is perhaps older than that.
From the album The Essential Mahalia Jackson. Mahalia Jackson (October 26, 1911 – January 27, 1972) was an American gospel singer.
"Va, pensiero" (Italian: [va penˈsjɛro]), also known in English as the "Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves", is a chorus from the third act of the opera Nabucco (1842) by Giuseppe Verdi, with a libretto b
This song was written by Nina Simone's bass player Gene Taylor after the news of Martin Luther King's death had reached him.
"Wishin' and Hopin'" is a song, written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach, which was a Top 10 hit for Dusty Springfield in 1964.
Yesterday" is a song originally recorded by the Beatles for their 1965 album “Help!”. Although credited to "Lennon–McCartney", the song was written solely by Paul McCartney.
In 1953 Lord Intruder, a forgotten calypso musician from Tobago, located in the southern Caribbean Sea, performed his "Jumbie Jamberee" at the Old Brigade Calypso Tent in Port of Spain, Trinidad.