On this highly acclaimed CD (See reviews here) from the York Ambisonic label, Andrew Carter conducts twenty of London's finest professional singers in a sequence of his best and most widely-known carols. Quire of London is accompanied by John Scott, organist of St Paul's Cathedral, who also performs two of Carter's solo pieces.
This rich and varied collection spans nearly forty years of writing, from the early arrangements when he conducted the Chapter House Choir at York Minster to the later original compositions commissioned by British and American choirs. Several carols represented here have found a place in the Christmas Eve broadcast from King's College, Cambridge.
|1||A maiden most gentle|
|4||Angelus ad virginem|
|5||I wonder as I wander|
|6||Tomorrow shall be my dancing day|
|7||Canon on Forest Green (Organ solo)|
|9||Sweet was the song|
|10||I come from highest heaven|
|12||Hodie Christus natus est|
|13||Down in yon forest|
|14||The Morning Star|
|15||O Come, O Come Emmanuel|
|16||Toccata on Veni Emmanuel (Organ solo)|
|17||There is no rose|
|19||Make we merry|
|22||C’était la veill’ de Noé|
|23||Austrian Yodel Carol|
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