Christmas Music from St. Paul's

Christmas Music from St. Paul's

by Christopher Dearnley
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
09/15/1999
Label:
Guild
UPC:
0795754715224
catalogNumber:
7152

Related Subjects

Tracks

  1. Intro
  2. Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth
  3. Gabriel's Message (Basque)
  4. The Truth from Above
  5. The Noble Stem of Jesse
  6. Choral prelude ("Es ist ein ros' entsprungen"), Op. posth. 122/8 [Organ
  7. People, Look East! (Besançon carol)
  8. The Cherry Tree Carol
  9. A Maiden Most Gentle
  10. Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending
  11. In dulci jubilo (II), chorale prelude for organ, BWV 729 (BC K115) [Org
  12. O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste fideles)
  13. Up! Good Christian Folk, and Listen (Piae cantiones)
  14. In the Bleak Mid-Winter
  15. Once in Royal David's City
  16. Ding Dong! Merrily on High
  17. The Sans Day Carol
  18. In dulci jubilo, (Piae cantiones)
  19. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Christopher Dearnley   Primary Artist,Organ
Maurice Bevan   Bass (Vocal)
Barry Rose   Organ,Choir Master
Geoffrey Shaw   Baritone (Vocal)
David Willcocks   Descant
James Edwards   Treble
Christopher Royall   Treble
Peter Hall   Tenor (Vocal)
English Brass Ensemble   Ensemble
St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London   Choir, Chorus
John Scott   Descant

Technical Credits

Felix Mendelssohn   Composer
Michael Praetorius   Adaptation
John Rutter   Arranger
Andrew Carter   Arranger
R.L. Pearsall   Arranger
Edgar Pettman   Arranger,Harmonic Arrangement
Barry Rose   Arranger
Charles Wood   Harmonic Arrangement
Charles Wesley   Composer
Percy Dearmer   Contributor
Frederick Oakeley   Composer,translation
Gary Thorpe   Sleeve Design
John Francis Wade   Composer
George Ratcliffe Woodward   Harmonic Arrangement
Martin Palmer   Engineer
Francis Marchal   translation
John Scott   Director
Chris Walton   Liner Notes

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