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Patricia Hammond and Matt Redman
Living Room Requests

Below is an ongoing directory of songs requested and performed since March 2020. Scroll down and click on any title to see and hear us live.

If you do find the song you would have asked for on this page but would love to hear it performed with, say, another of Matt’s MANY instruments, or with another personal dedication, do let us know!

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A Little of What You Fancy
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Adelaide (Beethoven)
Adieu Cherie
Ae Fond Kiss
Africa
After the Ball
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Ain’t We Got Fun
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
All of Me (John Legend)
All of Me (John Legend…in Italian!)
All the Things You Are
Alone
Always
An die Freude
Amapola
Amsterdam
April in Portugal
As the Sun Goes Down
Auf dem See
Auflösung
Ave Maria (Bach Gounod)
Bald, Allzubalde
Batti, Batti O Bel Masetto (Don Giovanni)
Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
Berceuse from Jocelyn 
Beyond the Sea (also see below, La Mer)
Black Velvet Band
Blackbird
Bless em All
Blue Bayou
Blue Christmas 
Boiled Beef and Carrots
Both Sides Now
Brother Mine (Fledermaus)
Careless Love
Carolina Moon
Carrickfergus
Carry On My Wayward Son
Chambre Separee
Choo Choo
Climb Every Mountain
Colossus
Cool Water
Dance Me to the End of Love  
Dardanella
Dashing Away with the Smoothing Iron
Daybreak 
Dear Old Donegal
Deep Purple (with Gibson L4)
Deep Purple (with contraguitar)
Depuis le Jour 
Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja
Dirty Old Town
Don’t Go in the Lion’s Cage Tonight
Dream Lover (1929)
Du Hast den Farbfilm Vergessen
English Country Garden
Enjoy the Silence
Estrellita
Every Time You Say Goodbye
Erlkonig
Fanlight Fanny
Fields of Gold
Frag’ Nicht Warum ich Gehe
Frasquita Serenade
Galway Bay
Ganymed
Garífallo st’aftí
Georgia on my Mind
Ghost Riders
Goodbye, Little Dream, Goodbye
Guide me O Thou Great Redeemer
Hallelujah
Hallo, Guten Morgen Deutschland
Harvest Moon
Hawaiian Twilight
Hear my Song, Violetta
Heidenroslein
Hello
Here Comes Santa Claus
Homing
How Great Thou Art
How Long Great God (Purcell)
How Long Will I Love You
I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General
I Can See Clearly Now
I Can’t Get Started With You  
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Baby
I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire
I Dream Too Much
I Dreamed A Dream
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls (with zither banjo)
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls (with harp)
I Know Where I’m Going
I Live the Life I Love (and I Love the Life I Live)
I Love You Honey
I Remember You
I Took My Harp to a Party
I Wonder If You Miss Me Sometimes
Ich Kusse Ihre Hand, Madame
If I Knew You Were Coming I’d Have Baked a Cake
If I Needed You
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise
I’ll Fly Away
I’ll Follow My Secret Heart
I’ll Never Let a Day Pass By 
I’ll Tell Me Ma
Im Abendrot
Imagine
I’m Going to Wash My Hands of You
I’m Old Fashioned
In Darknesse Let Me Dwell
In the Baggage Coach Ahead
Indian Summer
Industry Required
Into My Arms
It’s a Lovely Day Tomorrow
It’s Our World
J’ai deux amants 
J’Attendrai
Je Veux Vivre (Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette)
Jeannine, I Dream of Lilac Time
Jerusalem
Just a Little Love, a Little Kiss
Just the Way You Are (Bruno Mars)
Kalinka
Keep the Home Fires Burning
Keep the Home Fires Burning (oudoors and with mandocello)
Killer Queen
Killing Me Softly (With His Song) 
Kiss the Boys Goodbye
La Carnauba Waltz (Matt Redman)
La Mer (also See above for Beyond the Sea)
La Spagnola
La Vie en Rose
La Violetera 
Leicester Square Rag
Let Me Sing and I’m Happy
Let the Rest of the World Go By 
Liam (In Extremo)
Lily the Pink
Linden Lea
London Pride
Looking at the World thru Rose Coloured Glasses
Love Changes Everything
Love in Absence
Love is Like a Violin
Love is the Sweetest Thing
Lovely Day (Bill Withers)
Mad About the Boy
Maids When You’re Young
Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace
Manhattan
Marcheta
Margie
Me and Jane in a Plane
Meet Me In St Louis
Memory from Cats
Metaphor (In Flames)
Misery (Green Day)
Misty
Mon Coeur s’Ouvre a ta Voix
Mood Indigo
Moondance
Moonlight Bay
Moonlight in Vermont
Mr Wu’s a Window Cleaner Now
Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud
My Ain Folk 
My Curly-Headed Baby
My Favourite Things
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
My Lagan Love
My Silent Love
My Sister and I
Myfanwy
Mythical Kings and Iguanas
Never on a Sunday
Non So Piu Cosa Son (Marriage of Figaro)
Northwest Passage
Norwegian Wood
O Holy Night (with mandocello)
O Little Town of Bethlehem
O Ma Lyre Immortelle (Sapho)
Ocean Eyes
Oh Danny Boy
Oh, Donna Clara
On the Street Where You Live (My Fair Lady)
On the Sunny Side of the Street
One Day Like This (Elbow)
Or What Have You
Our Song
Out Upon it, I Have Loved
Pa- Pa- Pa- Papageno
Patience (Take That)
Penny Serenade
Perhaps Love
Piangero la Sorte Mia (from Giulio Cesare)
Plaisir d’Amour
Play Fiddle Play
Poor Butterfly
Poor Wayfaring Stranger
Prelude to a Kiss
Quand l’Amour Meurt
Radio Nowhere
Ragtime Echoes
Ramona
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Red River Valley (incorporating Happy Birthday) 
Redwing
River
Roses of Picardy
Run by Snow Patrol
Russian Lullaby
Sand in my Shoes
Scarborough Fair
Scarlet Ribbons
Secrets of the Old
Sei Nicht Bös
Send in the Clowns
Shall We Dance (the King and I)
Shallow
She Moved Through the Fair’
Shenandoah
Sisters
Skye Boat Song
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
So in Love  
Soave sia il Vento (Cosi fan Tutte) 
Softly as in a Morning Sunrise
Softly Sighing by the River (Pirates of Penzance)
Some Enchanted Evening (piano)
Some Enchanted Evening (ukulele & accordion)
Some Folk Do
Some Little Bug is Going to Find You Some Day
Someone to Watch Over Me
Something Stupid
Somewhere, My Love (Dr Zhivago)
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Songbird 
Sonnenstrahl
Sousa’s Washington Post March
Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year
Stardust
Stars Fell on Alabama
Stranger in Paradise  
Stravinsky Four Russian Songs
     1. Drake 
     2. Spiritual
     3. Ducks, Swans, Geese
     4. Tilimbom
Strike Up the Band
Suicide is Painless (M*A*S*H) 
Summertime
Sunday Girl
Superstition 
Sweet Georgia Brown
Sympathy 
Take Me To Your Heart Again (Vie en Rose in English)
Tears
The Big Rock Candy Mountain
The Blanket on the Ground (with electric guitar)
The Blanket on the Ground (with harp)
The Call (Vaughan Williams)
The Cold Song (Purcell) 
The Cop on the Beat, the Man in the Moon, and Me
The Cot Where We Were Born
The Fields of Athenry
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
The Glow Worm
The Green Fields of France
The Holmfirth Anthem (Pratty Flowers)
The Holy City
The Impossible Dream (12 string)
The Impossible Dream (piano and toy piano)
The Last Rose of Summer
The Lullaby of Broadway
The Man That Got Away
The Man Who Plays the Mandolino
The Man With the Child In His Eyes
The Mountains O’Mourne
The Old Churchyard
The Parting Glass
The Patriot Game
The River
The Rose
The Salley Gardens
The Streets of Laredo
The Sunshine Of Your Smile
The Third Man Theme
The Way We Were
The Wedding of the Painted Doll
The White Rose of Athens
The Wichita Lineman
The Wild Rover (No Nay Never)
There’ll be Bluebirds Over the White Cliffs of Dover
There is Always Something Fishy About the French
These Boots Are Made For Walking
This Old Man 
Those Were the Days
Tiptoe Thru the Tulips
To God Be the Glory
Tu Vuo Fa l’Americano
Vilja
Weave and Mend
We’ll Meet Again
What a Wonderful World
What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes at Me For?
What Have they Done to the Rain?
What is Life (Orfeo)
When David Heard that Absalom was Slain
When Day is Done
When I am Laid in Earth
When I’m Cleaning Windows
Where are the Songs We Sung
Where Have All the Flowers Gone
Who Knows Where the Time Goes
Why Can’t This Night Go On Forever
Wien, du Stadt Meiner Träume
Wild Mountain Thyme
Willie O’ Winsbury 
Wind Beneath My Wings
Winter Wonderland
You’d Be Surprised
You’ve Got a Friend
You’ve Got a Friend in Me
Your Song
Zigeuner (Noel Coward’s Bittersweet)
Zorba’s Dance

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  1. Ken Mathews Says:

    On Saturday the 18th of November, Patricia and Matt Redman came to our village, Oborne, which is just outside Sherborne in Dorset, and put on their concert ‘Songs of The Great War’. It was brilliant! In fact, in a way it was a pity that they were up on a stage as their performance is so wonderfully informal – we could all have been sitting around the fireside at home – a family gathering! Patricia’s sang the songs – she really does have a beautiful voice – and the virtuoso Matt accompanied her on a whole range of stringed instruments. Although the background to the songs – the Great War – is somber, there was nothing maudlin or sentimental about the music – well, alright, just a little bit sentimental at times! But with their relaxed style and their chatter about the songs and Matt’s instruments, it was a hugely entertaining and fun evening, one that we will long remember. We want them both to come back to Oborne as soon as possible to do their 1940’s concert. Thank you Patricia and Matt for coming a long way to deepest Dorset and giving us a truly great evening.

    Ken Mathews

  2. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    I asked for IN DARKNESS LET ME DWELL by JOHN DOWLAND published 1610 apparently but I really hope it was actually written before then and Queen Elizabeth who died in 1603 at least heard it because I always think Patricia sings it as Gloriana herself might have when free from fortune and mens eyes – Notoriously insomniac and plagued by terrible dreams when she did at last doze off. a tormented spirit full of righteous anger and secret gnawing guilt. I have always found the Renaissance lute a strange shell of death as it exists in Europe – it was clearly designed as a parlour instrument because even birdsong will drown it let alone a soaring Mezzo . What Matt gives us here is a kind of Mythic – Dowland fled from the Court of King James I to the Ottoman Porte. James was a Protestant a pedant and a graceless bogey picking bore. Dowland was a Catholic so he had to go as many others did. He spent time in Denmark and The Empire He might have sailed to Constantinople. THIS IS THE TURKISH VERSION Matt plays an Oud the lutes great grandfather, much louder fretless and built for melodic improvisation. Patricia even chose a dress that looks 16th Century Turkish a lot more comfortable than the stand up by themselves monstrance’s of Elizabeth’s reign. I was surprised I had overthought the event and it turned out as something new and brighter despite the melancholy words obsessed by death .

  3. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    Go get one booked and sung – its like being a Duke of Chandos or a Prince Esterházy for ten minutes before coming down bang to earth.

  4. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    Patricia I just listened to the latest home concert. I had been a little concerned about the later verses of ‘My Lagan Love’ as it gets a lot steamier round verse three or four and becomes just the kind of thing an old Irish Baritone that had too much the drink taken, would pull his vulcanised rubber teeth out for.
    “Her warm kiss is felicity that knows no trace of sin”
    I need not have worried you sensed its ancient barbaric roots and sang it like a high priestess in the depths of the great tumulus at New Grange reinforced by Matts eerie thundering BASS. If ever an instrument created its own mythic space its that one. And then the strange words the old aural similes the bogwood fire all fitted in a Song of Hearts desire.
    I think it’s one of your great gifts that you can hold and hold those long notes and then slowly bend them like gold wires without losing forward momentum.

  5. NHPR Folk Music Events Calendar 8/23/20 – Warta Saya Says:

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  6. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    I just watched and heard the latest recital and have no fears ‘HOW LONG GREAT GOD’ sounds like the masterwork it is and your nose probably itched from delivering that disembodied angel head voice with all its ornaments glittering and every single word as clear as glass. I think the earthy rumble and density of the organ counterpointed the vocal swirls wonderfully – the Melotron does a grand impersonation without the bulk and mass of a pipe organ – I need to listen again, for the harpsichord now I am not worried about the words . As Matt said at the end it is a perfect document of its time – the dawn of the Age of Enlightenment. The upward Baroque gaze of “Points again to Thee” was a perfect touch. From now on you TOTALLY OWN THIS as a finisher or an Encore or even as a Funeral Song

  7. NHPR Folk Music Events Calendar 8/23/20 – Celebrity Land Says:

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  8. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    When You sing Amsterdam it becomes a Majestic Anthem that rises above the polluted waters of a real port and sails out as a great galleon with a figurehead of a goddess with her hands on hips hips into the fog of a symbolist sea. YES I was lying before, my computer has no sound and the cheepo tablet has a developed charging fault and shuts off after 2 minutes reading 1 percent. So I bought myself a bigger tablet and plugged in the phone pre amplifier the sound is wonderful the Oud perfect the vocal sublime and I am so glad I asked you to do it.

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  10. ERNEST BARTON Says:

    Ernest Barton
    You know the story Absolom rebelling against his father David is defeated in an oak wood by David’s army and 20,000 are slain in the forest. Fleeing on a mule – he passes under a spreading oak and his long most probably curly hair gets caught in the branches leaving him hanging, Davids general JOAB comes up and knowing that David wanted his son spared Hurls three darts – PLUMBATA into his chest. Its what a professional soldier would do – kill your kings enemies because if they live they are just likely to try it again. Absolom is cut down still alive and probably after the usual things like blinding nose removal and castration is finally killed and buried under rocks . This bloody story is the prequal to the song and the tones of battle come through in Matts brief intro – Here I am not sure if the melotron had been primed with samples because the result hardly sounds like a piano at all it has deep reverberating notes and bell like murderous high pitched cords in the right hand that reminded me of the Battle on the Ice in Alexander Nevsky Then Patricia comes in deep and relates how David wept for the son who hated him “Would that I had died for thee O Absolom my son.” The sudden flung down page of sheet music behind her produces the merest flicker of a smile but she carries on unflinching as the repetitions get more emotional and picks up the huge cowboy triangle by its string and gives it a single magical TING right at the end. Only then does the masque of intense sorrow slip. But they carry on discussing it afterwards as though there was something there in it more felt than heard as polyphonic music always seems to have before going on to do a George Formby number with great gusto and bright red lips.

  11. NHPR Calendar of Music Events 1.24.21 | New Hampshire Public Radio Says:

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  12. NHPR Calendar of Music Events 1.24.21 – Warta Saya Says:

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  13. NHPR Calendar of Music Events 1.24.21 – Celebrity Land Says:

    […] Extensive list of songs performed in recent weeks: individual songs: http://patriciahammond.com/requests/  performances: […]

  14. NHPR Folk Music Calendar 2/15/21 – Celebrity Land Says:

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  15. NHPR Folk Music Calendar 2/15/21 – Celebrity Land International Says:

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