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Lumen de lumine – Oriel College Choir (OXCD-139)

directed by David Maw


1. Come thou long-expected Jesus (Stainer arr. David Maw)
2. I waited for the Lord (Felix Mendelssohn)
3. A tender shoot (Otto Goldschmidt)
4. The Holly and the Ivy (arr. Maw)
5. Rhapsodie sur des Noëls [organ] (Eugène Gigout)
6. Ding dong! Merrily on high (arr. Sir David Willcocks)
7. God rest ye merry, gentlemen (arr. Kenneth Hesketh)
8. Adeste fideles (J F Wade arr. Vincent Novello)
9. From heaven above came Angels [organ] (Marcel Dupré)
10. I saw three ships (arr. Maw)
11. O magnum mysterium (Tomás Luis de Victoria)
12. Noël étranger [organ] (Louis-Claude Daquin)
13. Omnes de Saba (Orlando di Lasso)
14. Past three o’clock (arr. Sir Charles Wood)
15. Noël landais [organ] (Ermend Bonnal)
16. Tribus miraculis (Luca Marenzio)
17. Sing lullaby (arr. Willcocks)
18. Herr Gott, nun schleuß, BWV 617 [organ] (J S Bach)
19. Oriel Magnificat (Judith Bingham)
20. Canticum Simeonis (František Tůma)
21. Senex puerum portabat (William Byrd)
22. Hail, gladdening light! (Sir Charles Wood)
23. Lumen ad revelationem, Op 48 No 6 [organ] (Dupré)

 


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Oriel College Choir is a mixed-voice ensemble of between 25 and 30 undergraduates. As is well exemplified by this disc, its repertory is drawn from the full range of music appropriate for use in Anglican choral worship: Mass music and motets from the sixteenth century to canticle settings and anthems from the twenty-first. Previous CD titles may be viewed here.

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