"What sweeter music can we bring than a carol for to sing the birth of Christ, our heavenly King." This tender setting of the traditional carol text has become one of John Rutter's most cherished
This compelling original work by John Rutter features an exquisite text that is perfectly wedded to a lilting melody, all within a rich vocal texture worthy of this master composer. It's a rare gem, easy to
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This joyful, sprightly carol comes from Sir David Willcocks: A Celebration in Carols. With its uplifting 7/8 time signature, memorable melody, rich and diverse textures, and delightful orchestral
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In The Three Kings, composer Bob Chilcott sets verses from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Christmas poem telling the story of the three kings' journey to Bethlehem. A sense of travel is created by
This charming carol, composed in 1975 by Barbara Bell, was discovered by John Rutter, who enlisted the help of John Suchet and Classic FM to track down the composer. This Christmas lullaby is haunting in
First published in Carols for Choirs 5, this is a touching setting of the well-known fifteenth-century words. The contours of Stroope's melodic writing perfectly mirror the narrative from the
Mack Wilberg's masterful arranging is evident in this light, fun treatment of the well-known traditional carol. With staccato chords in the piano, on and sometimes off the beat, he creates a playful setting
This imaginative and fun setting casts well-loved words in a new light, with catchy lines and groovy rhythms. The appealing and upbeat nature of the piece makes it an ideal addition to any Christmas service
This is a traditional Canadian carol with a text by Saint Jean de Brebeuf, a 17-century French missionary who worked primarily with the Huron. Following an ethereal beginning with dissonant, haunting
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