Christmas at Trinity

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Barnes & Noble - Andrew Farach-Colton
Trinity Church, located just a few short blocks from the site of the World Trade Center in Manhattan, has a rich musical history. Handel's Messiah was given its American premiere there in 1770. Today it hosts a well-known series of noontime concerts that draws in New Yorkers from all walks of life. The church also boasts an excellent mixed choir, whose pure sound evokes the great English all-male choruses, like that of King's College, Cambridge. This generous program of favorite carols is very simply done -- mostly a cappella, though a few selections feature organ accompaniment -- making it the ideal compliment to a traditional holiday celebration. Because of ...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Andrew Farach-Colton
Trinity Church, located just a few short blocks from the site of the World Trade Center in Manhattan, has a rich musical history. Handel's Messiah was given its American premiere there in 1770. Today it hosts a well-known series of noontime concerts that draws in New Yorkers from all walks of life. The church also boasts an excellent mixed choir, whose pure sound evokes the great English all-male choruses, like that of King's College, Cambridge. This generous program of favorite carols is very simply done -- mostly a cappella, though a few selections feature organ accompaniment -- making it the ideal compliment to a traditional holiday celebration. Because of the church's proximity to the disaster site, Naxos is donating all the proceeds from the sale of this recording to the United Way's September 11th Disaster Relief Fund.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/16/2001
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 747313588626
  • Catalog Number: 8555886
  • Sales rank: 294,784

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Owen Burdick Primary Artist, Organ, Choir Director, Musical Direction
Ralph Vaughan Williams Harmony
Henry John Gauntlett Harmony
Jacobus Handl (Gallus) Harmony
Edgar Pettman Harmony
David Willcocks Organ, Descant
Philip Ledger Organ, Descant, Harmony
Tom Armstrong Organ, Descant
Technical Credits
Peter Cornelius Text
Felix Mendelssohn Composer
John Rutter Arranger
Franz Gruber Composer
Jacobus Handl (Gallus) Adaptation
Ivor Atkins Arranger
David Willcocks Arranger, Text Translation
Philip Ledger Arranger, Adaptation
Charles Wesley Composer, Text
W.H. Cummings Adaptation
Reginald Jacques Adaptation
Lenny Manchess Producer, Engineer
Frederick Oakeley Composer, translation, Text Translation
John Francis Wade Composer, Text
Joseph Mohr Composer, Text
Phillip Brooks Composer
H.N. Bate translation
Christina Rossetti Text
William Sandys Composer
Richard Shephard Arranger
Cecil Frances Alexander Text
John Mason Neale Composer, Text
Traditional Composer
Edith M. Reed translation
Aurelius Clemens Prudentius Text
James Montgomery Text
Owen Burdick Producer, Liner Notes
Edith E. M. Reed Text Translation
Philips Brooks Text
Lewis Redner Composer
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