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Carols From King's (2020 Collection)

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A collection of traditional and contemporary Christmas carols performed and recorded live at King's College Cambridge. These twelve carols are taken from the two Christmas services at King's in December 2019: 'Carols from King's', the popular television broadcast, and the cherished Christmas Eve service 'A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols'. Included in the collection are favourite congregational hymns such as 'Hark! the herald-angels sing' and 'Once in royal David's city', ending with the spine-tingling descants that King's is known for at Christmas. Also included is the premiere performance of the commissioned carol 'The Angel Gabriel' by composer Philip Moore, and carols by Kenneth Leighton, Elizabeth Maconchy and Andrew Carter. The Choir is conducted by the new Director of Music, Daniel Hyde, and this recording takes excerpts from his first Christmas in one of the musical world's most high-profile roles.

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ChoirChoir of King's College, Cambridge
ConductorDaniel Hyde
SoloistAiken Anderson-Jané
Philip Curtis
Protik Moulik
PerformerDonal McCann
ComposerAndrew Carter
Arthur Henry Mann
Arthur Sullivan
Elizabeth Maconchy
Felix Mendelssohn
Henry John Gauntlett
Henry Walford Davies
John Rutter
Kenneth Leighton
Philip Moore
Ralph Vaughan Williams
LyricistAndrew Carter
Cecil Frances Alexander
Charles Wesley
Coventry Carol
Edmund Hamilton Sears
George Ratcliffe Woodward
George Whitfield
John Rutter
Phillips Brooks
The Venerable Bede
EnsembleChoir of King's College, Cambridge

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