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Nowell Sing We! - Ardhan Subramaniam (treble); Nicholas Hampson (tenor); Robert Quinney (descant); Thomas Armstrong (descant);...
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  1. O come, O come, Emmanuel (tune Veni Emmanuel) (New English Hymnal No. 11)
  2. Machet die Tore weit (Open Wide the Gates)
  3. The Angel Gabriel from Heaven Came (Birjina gaztettobat zegoen), Basque carol
  4. Ave Virgo Sanctissima, motet for 5 voices
  5. Once in Royal David's City, carol
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  1. O come, O come, Emmanuel (tune Veni Emmanuel) (New English Hymnal No. 11)
  2. Machet die Tore weit (Open Wide the Gates)
  3. The Angel Gabriel from Heaven Came (Birjina gaztettobat zegoen), Basque carol
  4. Ave Virgo Sanctissima, motet for 5 voices
  5. Once in Royal David's City, carol
  6. Balulalow, for chorus
  7. In dulci jubilo, for chorus & ensemble (from the Polyhymnia caduceatrix)
  8. A Christmas Carol, song for voice & piano, S. 228 (K. 6B27d)
  9. O Little Town of Bethlehem, carol (arr. from English traditional, "Forest Green")
  10. A Babe Is Born, for chorus & organ, Op. 55
  11. O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste fideles)
  12. Bethlehem Down, carol for chorus & organ
  13. O magnum mysterium, motet for 4 voices
  14. In the Bleak Midwinter, carol setting for chorus
  15. Oi Betleem! (Sing Lullaby) (Basque)
  16. Of the Father's Heart Begotten, hymn setting for chorus & organ
  17. Nowell sing we, for chorus & organ
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The success of this recording among the 2016 Christmas crop from England shows that there's still an appetite for holiday recordings of a more or less traditional kind, mostly minus the ambitious, multinational, contemporary experiments that have been common. The large majority of the music is British, with a good sprinkling of traditional tunes in one form or another. There are some exceptions, including an unusually mainstream piece by Charles Ives and some familiar German pieces, but for the most part what you get here ...

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