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Christmas from Winchester  | Regent Records REGCD350

Christmas from Winchester

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Label: Regent Records

Cat No: REGCD350

Barcode: 0802561035022

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Christmas

Release Date: 18th October 2010

Contents

Artists

Simon Bell (organ)
Frances Kelly (harp)
Winchester Cathedral Choir

Conductor

Andrew Lumsden

Artists

Simon Bell (organ)
Frances Kelly (harp)
Winchester Cathedral Choir

Conductor

Andrew Lumsden

About

The first release on the Regent label from the critically-acclaimed Choir of Winchester Cathedral, one of the UK’s foremost Cathedral choirs with an international reputation.

The CD contains a varied selection of favourite carols to appeal to all tastes and includes a new recording of Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols.

Contents:
• On Christmas night (Sussex Carol) – English trad, arr Sir Philip Ledger
• The Shepherd’s Carol – Bob Chilcott
• The holly and the ivy – English trad, arr Sir Henry Walford Davies)
• God rest ye merry, gentlemen – English trad, arr Sir David Willcocks
• Wither’s Rocking Hymn – Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr Andrew Lumsden
• The angel Gabriel – Basque, arr Edgar Pettman
• A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28 – Benjamin Britten
• Christmas Cradle Song (organ solo) – Alfred Hollins
• O magnum mysterium – Morten Lauridsen
• Ding dong! merrily on high – 16thC French, arr Charles Wood
• Sans Day Carol – Cornish trad, arr John Rutter
• In the bleak midwinter – Harold Darke
• Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – John Gardner
• O come, all ye faithful – 18thC English, arr Sir David Willcocks
• Toccata-Prelude on Vom Himmel hoch (organ solo) – Garth Edmundson

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