The Oratorio Chorale’s final concert of the season, “A Musical Banquet,” at Midcoast Presbyterian Church in Topsham Sunday afternoon, had a huge number of courses, ranging, in musical terms, from beef Wellington to American chop suey.

The program, devoted primarily to songs of spring and love, ranged from a profound aria from Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas,” through Broadway musical numbers to a set of two arrangements for hurdy-gurdy, complete with monkey (stuffed).

For the finale, the capacity audience joined the chorus in “It’s a Grand Night for Singing.”