THE Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival’s Chorus of massed male voices, which performed Voices From No Man’s Land in May 2014, will be recorded at St Martin’s Church next week.

The chorus is again performing Voices From No Man’s Land, a festival commission by composer Lucy Pankhurst and directed by conductor Howard Moody, as part of In Remembrance, La Folia’s First World War Commemoration, on Saturday at St Thomas’s Church.

Other pieces on the programme are by Ravel, Vaughan Williams and Webern. There will also be songs created by the wounded forces personnel at Tedworth House. The CD recording follows at St Martin’s Church on Monday Voices from No Man’s Land marks the centenary of a Christmas truce between Allied and German forces in December 1914.