Various: Christmas Through the Ages CD Track Listing

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Various Christmas Through the Ages (2001)
Compilation CD featuring\n\nthe Corydon Singers,\nThe King's Consort,\nThe Choir of Westminster Cathedral,\nCristopher Herrick,\nSinfonye,\nThe Choir of St Paul's Cathedral,\nThe Sixteen,\nPolyphony\n\n\nHyperion Noel1CD LC 7533
This classical cd contains 23 tracks and runs 79min 33sec.
Freedb: 3312a117


: Music



  1. Thomas Clark of Canterbury - While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night (03:36)
    Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859)\n\nc 1804, as 'Cranbrook'\nwordsby Nahum Tate (1652-1715)
  2. Heinrich Schuetz - Die Hirten auf dem Felder (01:28)
    Heinrich Schuetz (1585-1672)\n\nfrom Die Weihnachtshistorien, c1660
  3. Anonymous - Procedenti Puero (01:43)
    Anonymous Medieval English\n(possibly 13th century)
  4. Spanish Traditional - Riu, Riu Chiu (02:17)
    Spanish traditional\n(possibly medieval)
  5. Francisco Guerro - La luz de Vuestros Ojos (02:13)
    Francesco Guerrero (1528-1599)
  6. Giuseppe Valentini - Prestro from Sinfonia a Tre, per II Sanitissimo Natale Op1 No. 12 (03:57)
    Giuseppe Valentini\n\nOp 1 No 12
  7. Harold Darke - In the Bleak Mid-Winter (04:59)
    Harold Darke (1888-1976)\n\nwords by Christina Rossetti (1830-1894)
  8. Giovanni Gabrielli - Salvator Noster (04:18)
    Giovanni Gabrieli (c1555-1612)\n\nsometime before 1615
  9. Benjamin Britten - In the Bleak Mid-Winter (05:00)
    Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)\n\nfrom A Boy Was Born (approx 1932)\n\n\nwords by Anonymous (15th century)
  10. Kenneth Leighton - The Coventry Carol (03:17)
    Traditional, arranged by Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988)\nOp 25 no. 2\n\nwords from the Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors, Coventry (15th century)
  11. John Rutter - Carol of the Children (03:15)
    John Rutter (1945-)
  12. Benjamin Britten - There is no Rose of Such Virtue (02:35)
    Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)\n\nfrom A Ceremony of Carols
  13. Francis Poulenc - O Magnum Mysterium (03:23)
    Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)\nNo. 1 of Quatre Motets pours le temps de Noe:l
  14. Orlandus Lassus - Omnes de Saba (03:17)
    Orlandus Lassus (1533-1594)
  15. Arcangelo Corelli - Allegro from the 'Christmas Concerto' Op 6 No 8 (02:18)
    Arcangelo Corelli (-1713)\n\nOp 6, No. 8\n'fatto per lotte di natale' -- made for the night of the birth
  16. Mendelssohn & Ledger - Hark, the Herald Angels Sing (03:11)
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) arranged by Philip Ledger (1937-)\n\n1840\nwords by Charles Wesley (1707-1788), attached by William Cummings
  17. Hector Berlioz - L'Adieu des Bergers (04:45)
    Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)\nfrom L'Enfance du Christ
  18. Peter Cornelius - Die Koenige (02:53)
    Peter Cornelius (1824-1874)\nOp 8 No 2
  19. Andrew Carter - O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (04:04)
    Traditional, arragned by Andrew Carter (1939-)\n\nwords from Latin Advent Antiphons, translated by J M Neale\nChoir of St Paul's Cathedral (London)
  20. Louis-Claude Daquin - Noel No. 1 (Organ Solo) (02:33)
    Louis-Claude Daquin (18th century)
  21. Pedro de Cristo - Hodie Nobis de Coelo (02:16)
    Pedro de Cristo (c1550-1618)
  22. Michael Praetorius - Quem Pastores Laudavere (06:25)
    Michael Preatorius (c1571-1621)
  23. John Tavener - God is with Us: A Christmas Proclamation (05:31)
    John Tavener (1944-)\n\n1987\n\nChoir of St George's Chapel\nRoger Judd, organ

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