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A CEREMONY OF CAROLS THE IMOGEN CHILDRENS CHORALE CD
 

Carols from the Old World and the New.

 

Label: Walsingham Classics

Cat. No.: WAL80092

Medium: CD

No. Discs: 1


The Imogen Children's Chorale is named after the English conductor, composer and music educator, Imogen Holst.

Since its foundation in 1987, the choir has gained a reputation for a characteristic warmth and sweetness of sound and for its ability to perform with equal charm and vitality in a wide range of choral styles.

Choristers' ages range from nine to seventeen years, and sing in original languages an extensive repertoire which includes Early and Renaissance music, the Bach Motets, Oratorio, Folk music and a wide range of nineteenth and twentieth century incidental music.

They are perhaps best known and loved for their performances of Benjamin Britten's works for children - the Missa Brevis in D and Noye's Fludde, and especially their traditional performance of his A Ceremony of Carols at St John's Cathedral in Brisbane every Christmas Season.

 

Artists:

Jill Atkinson (harp), Imogen Children's Chorale directed by Laurie Gaffney.
Composers: Britten.
Tracks: BRITTEN: A Ceremony of Carols Op.28
1. Procession
2. Wolcum Yole!
3. There is no rose
4. That younge child
5. Balulalow
6. As dew in Aprille
7. This little Babe
8. Interlude
9. In freezing winter night
10. Spring carol
11. Deo gracias - Adam lay ibounden
12. Recession

CHRISTMAS CAROLS:
13. Ding Dong Merrily On High
14. We Need A Little Christmas
15. Seven Joys
16. Candles In The Window
17. The Holly and the Ivy
18. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
19. Deck The Halls
20. The Australian Sunrise
21. The Silver Stars are in The Sky
22. Carol of the Birds
23. In Dulci Jubilo
Medium: CD
 
No. of Discs: 1
 
Label: Walsingham Classics
Catalog #: WAL80092





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