4 CDs

A Feast of Christmas Carols
A Feast of Christmas Carols
Item# PRCD 4000
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In this 4-CD set, the famous cathedral choirs of Durham, Norwich, Southwark, and York Minster sing over four hours of carols.





CD 1 - Durham Cathedral Choir.

Christopher Steel People, look East
Benjamin Britten A hymn to the virgin
Johann Sebastian Bach Vom himmel hoch
15th-century Nowel! out of your slepe aryse
Traditional, arr Willcocks God rest you merry, gentlemen
Harold Darke In the bleak mid-winter
Traditional, harm. Jacques Away in a manger
Traditional, harm. Wood Ding dong! merrily on high
H. J. Gauntlett, harm. Mann Once in royal David's city
Roger Hemingway Mary's magnificat
Arr. Willcocks O come, all ye faithful
Louis-Claude Daquin Noël VI (for organ)
Francis Poulenc Quem vidistis pastores dicite
Attr. Carver The Christmas medley
John Rutter What sweeter music?
John Gardner Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Pageant of the Shearman and Tailors The Coventry carol
Arr. Willcocks Unto us is born a son
Henry Walford Davies O little town of Bethlehem
Traditional, arr. Lloyd I saw three ships
Traditional harm. Bach O little one sweet
Traditional, harm. Stainer The first nowell
Hans Leo Hassler Verbum caro factum est
Mendelssohn, arr. Cummings Hark! the herald-angels sing
Johann Sebastian Bach In dulci jubilo (for organ)
Traditional, arr. Warrell We wish you a merry Christmas

CD 2 - Norwich Cathedral Choir.

Traditional, arr. Willcocks Of the Fathers heart begotten
Peter Warlock Adam lay y-bounden
Traditional, arr. Willcocks The cherry tree carol
John Tavener Today the virgin
Traditional, arr. Carter A maiden most gentle
Traditional, arr. Willcocks
Bryan Kelly This lovely lady
R. Kirkpatrick, arr. Nicholas Away in a manger
Traditional, arr. Nicholas I saw three ships
Traditional, arr Vaughan Williams O little town of Bethlehem
Peter Wishart Allelula! a new work
Traditional, arr. Morgan Here lies the little one
Gustav Holst Lullay my liking
Traditional, arr. Ledger Still, still, still
Judith Weir Illuminare Jurusalem
Traditional, arr. Grier A Coventry Carol
Traditional, arr. Willcocks Unto us is born a son
Traditional, arr. Nicholas The holly and the ivy
Edmund Walters Iona (Hebridean carol)
Traditional, arr. Nicholas Deck the hall
Traditional, arr. Willcocks O come, all ye faithful

CD 3 - Southwark Cathedral Choir.

Boris Ord Adam lay y-bounden
Philip Ledger Adam lay y-bounden
Peter Warlock Adam lay y-bounden
Traditional, arr. Willcocks The Lord at first did Adam make
Traditional, arr. Pettman Gabriel's message
Patrick Hadley I sing of a maiden
Lennox Berkeley I sing of maiden
Traditional There is no rose
John Joubert There is no rose
John Rutter Shepherd's pipe carol
Harold Darke In the bleak mid-winter
Traditional, arr. Willcocks Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
John Gardner Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Piers Maxim Lute-book lullaby
Peter Cornelius Three kings
Herbert Howells Here is the little door
Traditional The Coventry carol
Kenneth Leighton Lully, lulia
Traditional, arr. Cleobury Joys seven
William Mathias Wassail carol
John Tavener The lamb
Traditional, arr. Ledger Sussex carol

CD4 - York Minster Choir.

Traditional, arr. Willcocks O come, all ye faithful
Richard Shephard Holy thorn that blooms
Traditional, arr. Woodward Up! good Christen folk, and listen
Traditional, arr. Sullivan It came upon the midnight clear
Edmund Rubbra That virgin's child
Traditional, arr. Moore The Lord at first did Adam make
Stanley Vann Sweet was the song
H. J. Gauntlett, harm. Mann Once in royal David's City
Traditional, arr. Woodward Ding dong! merrily on high
Traditional, arr. Moore This is the truth sent from above
Traditional, arr. Jacques Good King Wenceslas
Traditional, arr. Pettman Sing lullaby
Traditional, arr. Rutter Sans day carol
William Walton All this time
Traditional, arr. Vaughan Williams O little town of Bethlehem
Traditional, arr. Willcocks God rest you merry, gentlemen
John Joubert There is no rose of such virtue
Traditional, arr. Moore We three kings
Herbert Howells Sing lullby
Phillip Moore Watts' cradle song
Philip Moore Silent night
Richard Shephard The shephers heard the angels
Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Cumming Hark! the herald-angels sing