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Bob Chilcott



Bob Chilcott (b. 1955) is one of the most active composers and choral conductors in Britain today. He has been involved in choral music most of his life - he was a chorister in the choir of King’s College, Cambridge, and sang the 'Pie Jesu' on the renowned 1967 King’s recording of Faure’s Requiem, conducted by Sir David Willcocks. He returned to King’s as a Choral Scholar, and between 1985 and 1997 was a member of the British vocal group The King’s Singers. Principal Guest conductor of the BBC Singers. He has been a full time composer since 1997.


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The King's Singers: Love Songs
SIGCD565
  
The King's Singers: Gold
SIGCD500
To mark their 50th anniversary, The King's Singers have made it ...
  
Bob Chilcott: All Good Things
8573383
  
There Is No Rose: Christmas in the 21st Century
ORC100062
  
Music of the Spheres
SIGCD904
  
Christmas with St. John's
SIGCD458
  
Chilcott: The Angry Planet
SIGCD422
  
Chilcott: St John Passion
SIGCD412
  
Celebration of Christmas: Lost in Wonder (Live at BYU)
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The Wonder of Christmas
8573421
  
Favourite Carols from King's
KGS0007D
'Favourite Carols from King's' is a collection of the most popul...
  
Chilcott: Making Waves
SIGCD142
  
Postcards
SIGCD393
  
Christmas Star: A Christmas Festival
CSCD306
  
And Comes The Day: Carols and Antiphons for Advent
ORC100027
  
A Winter's Light: A Christmas Collection
8573030
  
The King's Singers - High Flight
SIGCD262
  
Christmas Impressions - Musical Footsteps in the Snow
CCLCDG1174
  
A Choral Christmas
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Chilcott: The Making of the Drum, The Modern Man I Sing & Evening Music
NCD13
  
Voices Christmas (A)
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