A Cornish choir have re-recorded a novelty classic by Paul McCartney to "stand together" with the NHS - and added some hilarious new additions in the process.

Members of the City of Truro Male Choir have been having fun during lockdown and produced a music video that they have dedicated to the NHS.

In it they have recorded their own version of the Frog Chorus, whilst bringing in some suitably rural additions in the form of 'baas' and 'meows' and 'quacks'.

Choir musical director Russell Pascoe, who is an international composer from Cornwall, said: "One of our choir members suggested we sing the Frog’s Chorus with its refrain, ‘We all stand together’ in honour of the NHS.

"As 21st century inclusive choir, we felt the message encapsulated how we are all feeling in these difficult times.

"I enjoyed arranging it for the lads and it has given us the opportunity to have fun working together by using Zoom rehearsals and recording technology.

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"Most of us had to learn new skills in order to participate. It has been superb to see members help and support each other in order to make this weird and wonderful tribute!"

Helping make it possible have been two of the choir's younger singers: Adam Delbridge-Smith, who has been completing a music degree at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and Oscar Davies who is a production assistant in London.

Thanks to their technological skills they were able to weave the electronic sound and video images together into the original video.