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CL 1099

Nine Lessons and Carols

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Adam Blackwell


Oliver Hayes


Ian Machacek


Michael Holiday


Richard Olney


Oliver Hayes

baritone

Ian Machacek

bass

Richard Pinel

organ

Oliver Morris

tenor

David Willey

tenor

Michal Czepiel

treble

Stefan Roberts

treble

The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Christmas


Religious

Total Time - 67:30
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  Nine Lessons and Carols  
   
  arranged David Willcocks (b 1919)  
1 

Once in royal David's City

3:22
 Adam Blackwell
 

REV DR MICHAEL PIRET, DEAN OF DIVINITY

2 

Bidding Prayer, followed by The Lord's Prayer

3:03
   
 

TRADITIONAL

  arranged R Vaughan Williams  
3 

The truth sent from above

2:22
 Oliver Hayes
 

ANONYMOUS

4 

Ist Lesson: Genesis 3:8-15

1:30
  God announces in the Garden of Eden that the seed of woman shall bruise the serpert's head  
  Read by William Roome, Head Chorister  
 

ARVO PART

5 

De profundis

5:20
   
 

ANONYMOUS

6 

2nd Lesson: Genesis 22:15-18

1:03
  God promises to faithful Abraham that in his seed shall the nations of the earth be blessed  
  Read by Romy Cerratti, Graduate Student  
 

GRAYSTON IVES

7 

O remember Adam's fall

3:03
 Michal Czepiel treble
 Oliver Morris tenor
 

ANONYMOUS

8 

3rd Lesson: Isaish 9:2,6-7

1:11
  Christ's birth and kingdom are foretold by Isaiah  
  Read by Sian Williams, Graduate Student  
 

MATEO FELCHA

9 

Riu, riu chiu

1:54
 Ian Machacek
 Oliver Hayes
 Michael Holiday
 Richard Olney
 

ANONYMOUS

10 

4th Lesson: Isaiah 11:1-9

2:07
  The peace that Christ will bring is foreshown  
  Read by Patrick Porter, Graduate Student  
 

JOHN STAINER

11 

How beautiful upon the mountains

2:23
   
 

ANONYMOUS

12 

5th Lesson: Luke 1:26-38

1:57
  The angel Gabriel salutes the Blessed Virgin Mary  
  Read by Sarah Cotterill, Undergraduate  
 

MICHAEL PRAETORIUS

13 

Es ist ein' Ros enstprungen

2:21
   
 

ANONYMOUS

14 

6th Lesson: Matthew 1:18-23

1:24
  S Matthew tells of the birth of Jesus  
  Read by Mark Blandford-Baker, Fellow of the Collage  
  arranged David Willcocks  
15 

Unto us is born a Son

2:04
   
 

ANONYMOUS SCOTTISH 15TH CENTURY

16 

All sons of Adam

2:48
   
 

GRAYSTON IVES

17 

Sweet was the song

3:37
   
 

ANONYMOUS

18 

7th Lesson: Luke 2:8-16

1:39
  The shepherds go to the manger  
  Read by Judith Strutt, Member of College Staff  
 

SPIRITUAL

  arranged Grayston Ives  
19 

Rise up, shepherds!

2:28
 Michael Holiday
 

ANONYMOUS

20 

8th Lesson: Matthew 2:1-11

2:13
  The wise men are led by the star to Jesus  
  Read by Rev Michael Wright, Honorary Chaplin  
 

FELIX MENDELSSOHN

21 

There shall a star

6:19
 Stefan Roberts treble
 David Willey tenor
 Oliver Hayes baritone
 Ian Machacek bass
 

ANONYMOUS

22 

9th Lesson: John 1:1-14

1:35
  S John unfolds the mysteryof the Incarnation  
  Read by Anthony Smith, President of the College  
 

WILLIAM WALTON

23 

All this time

1:35
   
 

REV DR MICHAEL PIRET, DEAN OF DIVINITY

24 

Collect for Christmas Eve

0:28
   
 

ANONYMOUS

  arranged David Willcocks  
25 

O come, all ye faithful

4:12
   
 

REV DR MICHAEL PIRET, DEAN OF DIVINITY

26 

The Blessing

0:47
   
 

KENNETH LEIGHTON

27 

Paen

4:45
 Richard Pinel organ
   
  directed by Bill Ives  
 Richard Pinel organ


The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford

Recorded by the Choir in the college chapel dating from 1480, the lessons follow the order of the King’s College, Cambridge, service, while the music includes traditional carols and contemporary reflections on the Christmas message.
 

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