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SIG 335

Welcome All Wonders - A Christmas Cantata

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Owen Rees


Jessica Hughes


Esther Brazil

- (alto)

Milo Comerford

- (bass)

Sam Poppleton

- (bass)

Olivia Clarke

- (organ)

Paul Manley

- (organ)

Jessica Hughes

- (soprano)

Esther Mallett

- (soprano)

Charlotte Robinson

- (soprano)

Felix Leach

- (tenor)

Simon Desbruslais

- (trumpet)

Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford



Venue:

Keble College Chapel, Oxford

19-21 March 2012

Producer:

Adrian Peacock



Engineer:

David Hinitt



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Christmas


Choir

Total Time - 77:52
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1 

Prelude

4:09
2 

Alleluia

4:16
3 

A virgin shall conceive

5:45
4 

Ye heavens! from high the dewy nectar pour

3:05
 Jessica Hughes - (soprano)
5 

Today is the beginning of our salvation

6:42
 Esther Mallett - (soprano)
6 

Oh! little blade of grass

3:45
 Jessica Hughes
 Esther Brazil - (alto)
 Felix Leach - (tenor)
 Milo Comerford - (bass)
7 

Journey to Bethlehem

9:22
8 

I saw a stable

2:05
9 

Shepherds, rejoice!

2:58
10 

See how from far, upon the eastern road

2:35
11 

Tribus miraculis ornatum

3:19
 Charlotte Robinson - (soprano)
12 

The Slaughter of the Innocents

9:10
 Sam Poppleton - (bass)
13 

But peaceful was the night

4:57
14 

Ave maris stella

7:19
15 

In the beginning

8:25
   


Outstanding British-violinist Tamsin-Waley Cohen – described by the late Ruggiero Ricci following a masterclass as "the most exceptionally gifted young violinist I have ever encountered" – performs a fittingly prodigious work by Felix Mendelssohn.
The Violin Concerto in D minor was composed when Mendelssohn was just 13, and has remained popular with audiences the world over since its rediscovery in the middle of the 20th century by Yehudi Menuhin. The work is paired on this disc with Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Violin & Piano, where Waley-Cohen is joined by British pianist Huw Watkins, all alongside the enthusiastic accompaniment of the Orchestra of the Swan under David Curtis.
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