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The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge
Organists Shanna Hart and Ben Comeau
Directed by Sarah MacDonald

149 in stock

Description

With music from 16th-century France to 21st-century Hollywood there’s something for everyone in this well-filled Christmas cracker!

An attractive new collection of festive music from this much-fêted Cambridge college choir, under the direction of Sarah MacDonald.

Track List

Once in royal David’s City – Henry John Gauntlett, arr David Willcocks
2:50
Ding! dong! merrily on high – French trad 16th c, arr Mack Wilberg
2:52
Stille Nacht – Franz Gruber, arr Geoffrey Webber
4:07
Angelus ad virginem – Anon 14th c, arr Carol Barnett
2:35
The Little Road to Bethlehem – Michael Head
3:27
Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer – Johnny Marks, arr Sarah MacDonald 2:42 Wexford Carol – Irish trad, arr John Rutter
4:33
The seven joys of Mary – English trad, arr William Whitehead
4:32
Rocking – trad Czech, arr Edward Higginbottom
2:30
Away in a manger – William James Kirkpatrick, arr Philip Moore
3:09
In dulci jubilo – German 16th c, arr Moore
3:57
Huron Carol – trad Canadian, arr MacDonald
3:59
Wassail Carol – William Mathias
2:07
See amid the winter’s snow – John Goss, arr Willcocks
5:01
Cradle Song – Richard Causton
3:04
We three kings – John Henry Hopkins, arr Philip Stopford
4:02
O little town of Bethlehem – Henry Walford Davies
4:43
Santa Claus is coming to town – John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie, arr MacDonald
4:24
White Christmas – Irving Berlin, arr MacDonald
3:36
O come, all ye faithful – Anon, arr Willcocks
4:47
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Felix Mendelssohn, arr Willcocks
3:02

Total Playing time: 76:03

Production credits

Recorded in Selwyn College Chapel, 8/9 January 2015

Recording producer and engineer: Gary Cole. Assistant engineer: Andy Gammon

Editing: Myles Eastwood and Gary Cole

Sample audio extracts

Reviews

‘so well done that even Scrooge would smile.’ www.crossrhythms.co.uk December 2016‘

This is wonderfully well sung, accompanied and recorded,and it is therefore well worth buying. ’
Cathedral Music November 2017

I’f you are looking for something new with exuberant, youthful singing, then the Selwyn College CD is the one for you.’ Sydney Organ Journal Spring 2017

‘the choir is recorded in the chapel of Selwyn College and the result has a lovely intimacy… and the Christmas songs in popular vein are a complete delight.’ www.planethugill.co.uk


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