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Harvard University Choir: Carols From The Yards

Song NameComposerArranger
PreludeL In dulci jubilo James Woodman
Introit: In dulci jubilo Archibald T. Davison
Processional Hymn: Adeste Fideles
Sentences from Scripture and Invocation
The First lesson- Isaiah 35:1-10
Canite TubaGiovanni Palestrina
Come rejoicing, praises voicingCharles Callahal
Ein Kind is uns geboren Heinrich Schutz
Hymn: Personent Hodie Gustav Holst
The Second lesson- Luke 1:26-38
Ave Maria Johannes Brahms
Mary Had a Baby William L. Dawson
Riu, Riu, Chiu
In the ending of the Year Peter Niedmann
The Third Lesson- Luke 2:1-20
In the bleak mid-winter Harold Darke
And all in the morning Gerald Near
Sing Lullaby David Willcocks
To us is born Immanuel Michael Praetorius
Jesus, Jesus, rest your head Russell Schulz-Widmar
Hymn: Silent Night
Prayers and the Lord's Prayer
Hymn: Joy to the world Antioch
Benediction and Choral Amen William Byrd
Postlude: Paean on "Divinum Mysterium"John Cook

Directed by Murray Forbes Somerville

The echoes of carols have been heard through Harvard Yard since 1910, when Archibald Davison, newly-appointed University Organist and Choirmaster, and Edward Moore, Prof. of Christian Morals, designed the order of service still used every year. Directed by Murray F. Somerville, and accompanied by The Bach Society Orchestra and an organist, there are 25 songs on "Carols," telling the story of Jesus' birth in song. Some favorites-"Adeste Fideles," Charles Calahan's "Come Rejoicing, Praises Voicing,," the spiritual "Mary Had A Baby," "In The Bleak Mid-Winter," "Sing Lullaby," "Jesus, Jesus, rest your head" and "Joy to the World." A beautifully sung and spoken Christmas story. Accompaniment on some songs.

Item code: 7336C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Choral | A Cappella | Mixed | United States
49075

Related: Men's Choir Christmas
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