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SIG 269

Journey Into Light

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 48Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Mark Williams


Robert Dixon


Timothy Lambourn


Frances Burn

alto

Alexander Beetschen

baritone solo

Matthew Smith

bass

Robert Dixon

organ

Timothy Lambourn

organ

Olympia Hetherington

soprano

Emma Walton

soprano solo

Edward Leach

tenor

Edward Leach

tenor solo

Jaliya Senanyake

tenor solo

Alasdair Austin

treble solo

Nico Bryan

treble solo

Rebecca Crawshaw

trumpet

The Choir of Jesus College Cambridge



Venue:

Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge

3-6 July 2011

Producer:

Chris Hazell



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Religious

Total Time - 68:10
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Music for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany & Candlemas
   
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  Journey Into Light  
   
 

ELIZABETH POSTON

1 

Jesus Christ the apple tree

3:05
  College Choir  
 Emma Walton soprano solo
 

WILLIAM MCKIE

2 

We wait for thy loving kindness

2:32
 Robert Dixon organ
  Chapel Choir  
 Alexander Beetschen baritone solo
 

PATRICK HADLEY

3 

I sing of a maiden

2:43
  Choristers  
 Robert Dixon
 

JUDITH WEIR

4 

Advent Prose

1:43
  College Choir  
 

JOHN JOUBERT

5 

There is no rose

2:29
  College Choir  
 

BENJAMIN BRITTEN

6 

Hymn to the Virgin

3:18
 Olympia Hetherington soprano
 Frances Burn alto
 Edward Leach tenor
 Matthew Smith bass
 

NICO MUHLY

7 

Bright star carol

3:52
  Combined Choirs  
 Robert Dixon
 

HAROLD DARKE

8 

In the bleak midwinter

4:28
  Combined Choirs  
 Timothy Lambourn organ
 Alasdair Austin treble solo
 Jaliya Senanyake tenor solo
 

JOHN GARDNER

9 

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day

2:06
  Combined Choirs  
 Timothy Lambourn
 

BOB CHILCOTT (1955 -)

10 

The Shepherd's Carol

2:54
  Combined Choirs  
 

TRAD

arr. Simon Preston
11 

I saw three ships

2:03
  Combined Choirs  
 Timothy Lambourn
 Nico Bryan treble solo
 Edward Leach tenor solo
 

MICHAEL HEAD

12 

The little road to Bethlehem

3:00
  Choristers  
 Robert Dixon
 

WILLIAM J. KIRKPATRICK

13 

Away In a Manger

2:56
  Combined Choirs  
 

WILLIAM MATHIAS

14 

Sir Christèmas

1:28
  Combined Choirs  
 Timothy Lambourn
 

JOHN TAVENER

15 

The Lamb

3:26
  College Choir  
 

JOHN COOK

16 

Paean on 'Divinum Mysterium'

4:20
 Timothy Lambourn
 

JUDITH BINGHAM

17 

Epiphany

3:37
  College Choir  
 Robert Dixon
 

HERBERT HOWELLS

18 

Here is the little door

4:00
  College Choir  
 

PETER WARLOCK

19 

Bethlehem Down

4:03
  Combined Choirs  
 

GEOFFREY BURGON

20 

Nunc dimittis

2:45
  Choristers  
 Robert Dixon
 Rebecca Crawshaw trumpet
 

JOHN RUTTER

21 

Hymn to the Creator of Light

7:22
  College Choir  
   


A new festive release from the Choir of Jesus College Cambridge under director Mark Williams - with additional performances from organists Robert Dixon and Timothy lambourn, and trumpeter Rebecca Crawshaw. The programme is drawn from pieces for the festivals of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany and Candlemas:

Of the annual Christian seasons, it is surely that from Advent to Epiphany which inspires believer and non-believer alike the most: the believer celebrates Christ’s birth whilst non-believer considers hopes for rebirth and renewal as a New year approaches... If aspirations surrounding the arrival of a new born child are universal, the Christmas music chosen here reflects the seasons inspiration through quite recent compositions, alongside music from the early part of the 20th century - Mark Williams

"...Even if you already have an abundance of Christmas recordings, this will find a welcome place in you collection, as it does in mine..."

Robert A Moore - American Record Guide - November/December 2013


 "This is an attractive and very well-planned disc of music from Advent to Epiphany... Organ playing is shared by Timothy Lambourn and Robert Dixon and both are admirable. The sound is unobtrusively excellent ... If the programme appeals (as it certainly does to me), then my advice is to let yourself be tempted."

Nigel Simeone - International Record Review - December 2012


"...I really enjoyed this record and looked forward to playing it often. The excellence of the singing coupled with the aptness of the selection make this collection special. It deserves to do well. There’s something distinctive about a College Choir and they are to be congratulated on this recording. A very well chosen selection of Christmas Choral music magnificently sung."
 
David R Dunsmore - MusicWeb-International.com - 19 November 2012
 
 



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