Buy Patricia’s recordings HERE! On her BigCartel page!

Homecoming Parade from Marine Gardens to Memorial Park, Fleetwood CD: ‘Songs of the Great War
Patricia’s much-anticipated, historically informed CD of the popular songs of the First World War! Songs from 1913 to 1919 from the English, Canadians, Germans, French, Americans and Pacifists. Includes: Long Long Trail, Pack up your Troubles, Over There, Stay Down Here Where You Belong, The Rose of No Man’s Land, Till We Meet Again, Chimes of Normandy, Bald, Allzubalde, Gegen England, Somewhere in France, Quand Madelon, Roses of Picardy, Red is the English Rose.

CD: ‘Our Lovely Day
Released 14th November, 2011 A glorious compilation of nostalgic songs; evergreens that are still enjoyed by young and old, Our Lovely Day brings to life the sounds of a cherished era. Tracks include We’ll Gather Lilacs, Love’s Old Sweet Song, Smiling Through, Always, Yours, Drink to me Only, Come to the Fair, A Nice Cup of Tea, I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls, My Own, Button up your Overcoat and I’ll See You In My Dreams. All in exciting but respectful new arrangements using a wide variety of instruments.

CD: ‘One Day When We Were Young
Featured on Sony’s Down Memory Lane compilation album. Music by Johann Strauss II, words by Oscar Hammerstein II. Adapted by Dmitri Tiomkin. Arrangement by Matt Redman and Nick Ball. Patricia Hammond (female vocals), Matt Redman (electric guitar and mandolin), Nick Ball (drums and percussion), Jon Butterfield (piano), John Baker (double bass) and Leslie Townsend (violin).
Hear it here: One Day When We Were Young.

CD: ‘Le Charme’, French Salon songs
Belleville Records, 2002.
Rare and out-of-print, Patricia has just found a cache of these CDs in Walthamstow and is making it available again in her BigCartel shop!
Editor’s shortlist, best CDs of 2008, American Record Guide.“It’s a beautiful and balanced program, and the singing is perfect. The voice is silvery but substantial. It’s smooth and sweet and rich but not thick or heavy. She is English but sings French like a native, with native wit and feeling” – Donald Vroon, Editor, American Record Guide.

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  1. Olghissima Says:

    Darling, i’m ashamed to say this is the first time i have seen this new website… i’m here admiring it with my friend… it and you are GORGEOUS as ever. HUGS N KISSES xoxoxoxox

  2. Marijke Dieusaert Says:

    Dear Mrs Hammond,

    For my fathers´birthday, I want to buy the CD on which you sang the song / Aria ´Bist du bei mir´BWV 508 (Leipzig 1725). I can not find it. Can you help me? He would be so happy with it.
    Thank you in advance.
    Kind regards,
    Marijke Dieusaert

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