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CL 1042

Christmas Vespers

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Jon Banks

harp

The Monks & Novices of Saint Frideswide



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Christmas


Choir

Total Time - 61:28
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TRADITIONAL

1 

Puer Natus est

6:44
2 

Christe Redemptor

3:59
3 

Veni Redemptor

2:04
4 

Kyrie Deus Creator

3:05
5 

Gloria in Excelsis

4:37
6 

Quem Vedistis

4:55
7 

Viderunt Omnes

2:41
8 

Alleluia - DIes Sanctificatus

2:13
9 

Anngelus ad Pastores

4:48
10 

Celeste organum

4:06
11 

Credo

4:47
12 

Facta est cum Angelo

5:07
13 

Sanctus

1:58
14 

Agnus Dei

1:21
15 

Verbum Caro

3:21
16 

Hodie Christus

3:39
17 

Viderunt Omnes

2:03


An album for an evening of calm before the storm! Age old sounds ring around the cloister, of plainchant sung by the choir, of quiet bells and a small harp, their beautiful sounds filling the air with tranquiliity and calm.

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