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CL 1206

Sing Choirs of Angels

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Matthew Spring


Sara Stowe


Martin Souter


The Choir of Queens College, Cambridge


The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford


Singscape



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Christmas


Choir

Total Time - 66:33
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TRADTIONAL BASQUE CAROL

1 

The Angel Gabriel

2:51
   
 

TRADITIONAL ENGLISH

2 

It came upon a midnight clear

3:16
   
 

15TH CENTURY

3 

Ther is no rose of swych vertu

4:01
  directed by Sarah Tenant-Flowers  
4 

Lullay, lullow: I saw a swete semly syght

2:17
  directed by James Weeks  
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

5 

Cradle Song from Christmas Oratorio

10:46
 Martin Souter
 

WILLIAM BYRD

6 

Lullaby, my sweet little baby

4:18
  directed by James Weeks  
 

FELIX MENDELSSOHN

 

Six Christmas Pieces

 
7 I 1:01
8 II 1:58
9 III 1:08
10 IV 2:23
11 V 1:38
12 VI 2:00
 Martin Souter
 

ANONYMOUS

  Arranged J Stainer  
13 

The Coventry Carol

2:50
   
 

JOHN GOSS

14 

See amid the winter's snow

4:43
  directed by Bill Ives  
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

15 

Sleepers, awake!

4:33
 Martin Souter
 

J.H. HOPKINS

16 

We three kings of Orient are

3:39
   
 

16TH CENTURY ENGLISH

  arranged J Stainer  
17 

What child is this?

1:57
  directed by Bill Ives  
 

15TH CENTURY ENGLISH

18 

Nowell, nowell, Tydinge trew

1:55
  directed by Sarah Tenant-Flowers  
 

TRADITIONAL ENGLISH

19 

Past three o'clock

3:34
 Sara Stowe
 Matthew Spring
20 

The Wassail Song

3:07
  directed by Bill Ives  
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

21 

In dulci Jubilo

2:38
 Martin Souter


From ’The angel Gabriel’ to ’In dulci jubilo’ the tone of this programme is set by Christmas lullabies, medieval English carols and a cradle song. This lovely Christmas feast comes from a variety of choirs and instrumentalists.

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