Our Repertoire


The Toronto Accolades has a varied repertoire including ballads, show tunes, folk and popular music from the present and the past. We are always learning new songs, and the repertoire list is reviewed and updated annually.

Members are expected to learn the songs by memory, so that they can perform them without using the sheet music. Members do not have to know how to read music, however, as digital recordings are also made available for each song for learning purposes.


Africa                                                   Feelin' Groovy                                          Something Inside So Strong
At Last                                                 Hallelujah                                                  Star Spangled Banner
Brand New Shoes                             In My Room                                              This Land Is My Land
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do              In The Still Of The Night                         True Colours
Can You Feel The Love Tonight     Let There Be Peace                                 We Rise Again
Canada My Home                            Love Me And The World Is Mine           With A Little Help From My Friends
Canadian Man                                   O Canada                                                   Ya Gotta Know How To Love Medley
Can't Buy Me Love                           One Fine Day
Country Roads                                  Singin' In The Rain


Angels We Have Heard On High   It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year    Secret of Christmas
Christmas Medley                            Jingle Bells                                                           Silent Night
Diddley Squat                                   Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth              Winter Wonderland
Do You Hear What I Hear?              Oh Hanukkah                                                       Wish You A Merry Christmas



For some of them, we have attached clips or audio grabs to give a better idea of how we sound...

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