Nol - Christmas at Kings | Decca - Double Decca 4448482

Nol - Christmas at Kings

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Label: Decca - Double Decca

Cat No: 4448482

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Christmas

Release Date: 13th November 1995

Contents

Works

Anonymous
As with gladness men of old - Tune: Treuer Heiland, abr. Kocher. Arr. D. Willcocks

Anonymous
Blessed be that maid Mary

Anonymous
Coventry Carol

Anonymous
God rest ye merry, gentlemen

Anonymous
I Saw Three Ships

Anonymous
In dulci jubilo

Anonymous
King Jesus hath a garden

Anonymous
Myn Lyking -carol (15th. c., Sloane MS)

Anonymous
O Little Town of Bethlehem

Anonymous
Past Three o’ Clock

Anonymous
Personent Hodie - carol 14th c. Germany. Words from Piae Cantiones, 1582 - Arr. Holst

Anonymous
Rejoice and be merry

Anonymous
Rocking Carol: ’Little Jesu sweetly sleep’

Anonymous
Sussex Carol (On Christmas Night)

Anonymous
The first Nowell

Anonymous
The Holly and the Ivy

Anonymous
The Infant King (Old Basque) - Arr. Edgar Pettman (1866-1943)

Anonymous
The Lute-Book Lullaby, ’Sweet was the song the Virgin sang’ Carol - Arr. G. Shaw

Anonymous
Unto us is born a son

Anonymous
While Shepherds Watched

Felix Mendelssohn
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Harold Edwin Darke
In the bleak mid-winter

Henry John Gauntlett
Once in Royal David’s City

John Francis Wade
Adeste Fideles (O come, all ye faithful)

John Goss
See amid the winter’s snow

John Pierre Henry Joubert
Torches. Carol-Gaul - Arr. Joubert (Op.7a)

Michael Praetorius
Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen (Speierisches Gesangbuch, Kln, 1599) - Wds: St. Germanus. Trans. Neale. as "A Great and Mighty Wonder"

Peter Cornelius
The Three Kings - Arr.Ivor Atkins (1869-1953)

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Legenda (Legend;The Crown of Roses) Op.54, No.5 - Trans. Geoffrey Dearmer

Peter Warlock
Balulalow

Ralph Vaughan Williams
Fantasia on Christmas Carols -baritone, chorus & orchestra (1912)

Traditional
Ding Dong! Merrily on High

Traditional
Christ was born on Christmas Day

Traditional
Shepherds In The Field Abiding

Traditional
The Cherry Tree Carol (Joseph was an old man)

William James Kirkpatrick
Away in a manger

Artists

The Choir of Kings College, Cambridge

Conductor

David Willcocks

Works

Anonymous
As with gladness men of old - Tune: Treuer Heiland, abr. Kocher. Arr. D. Willcocks

Anonymous
Blessed be that maid Mary

Anonymous
Coventry Carol

Anonymous
God rest ye merry, gentlemen

Anonymous
I Saw Three Ships

Anonymous
In dulci jubilo

Anonymous
King Jesus hath a garden

Anonymous
Myn Lyking -carol (15th. c., Sloane MS)

Anonymous
O Little Town of Bethlehem

Anonymous
Past Three o’ Clock

Anonymous
Personent Hodie - carol 14th c. Germany. Words from Piae Cantiones, 1582 - Arr. Holst

Anonymous
Rejoice and be merry

Anonymous
Rocking Carol: ’Little Jesu sweetly sleep’

Anonymous
Sussex Carol (On Christmas Night)

Anonymous
The first Nowell

Anonymous
The Holly and the Ivy

Anonymous
The Infant King (Old Basque) - Arr. Edgar Pettman (1866-1943)

Anonymous
The Lute-Book Lullaby, ’Sweet was the song the Virgin sang’ Carol - Arr. G. Shaw

Anonymous
Unto us is born a son

Anonymous
While Shepherds Watched

Felix Mendelssohn
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Harold Edwin Darke
In the bleak mid-winter

Henry John Gauntlett
Once in Royal David’s City

John Francis Wade
Adeste Fideles (O come, all ye faithful)

John Goss
See amid the winter’s snow

John Pierre Henry Joubert
Torches. Carol-Gaul - Arr. Joubert (Op.7a)

Michael Praetorius
Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen (Speierisches Gesangbuch, Kln, 1599) - Wds: St. Germanus. Trans. Neale. as "A Great and Mighty Wonder"

Peter Cornelius
The Three Kings - Arr.Ivor Atkins (1869-1953)

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Legenda (Legend;The Crown of Roses) Op.54, No.5 - Trans. Geoffrey Dearmer

Peter Warlock
Balulalow

Ralph Vaughan Williams
Fantasia on Christmas Carols -baritone, chorus & orchestra (1912)

Traditional
Ding Dong! Merrily on High

Traditional
Christ was born on Christmas Day

Traditional
Shepherds In The Field Abiding

Traditional
The Cherry Tree Carol (Joseph was an old man)

William James Kirkpatrick
Away in a manger

Artists

The Choir of Kings College, Cambridge

Conductor

David Willcocks

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