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Elmer Iseler Singers
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Song NameComposer
O Come All Ye Faithful
The Echo Carol
The Holly And The Ivy
Noel Cest L'Amour
Good Christian Men Rejoice
Mary Is A Lady Bright
Welcome YuleHealy Willan
Lullaby For The Christ ChildRuth Watson
The Twelve Days Of Christmas
A Canadian Christmas CarolJ.P. Clarke
The Huron Carol
God Rest You Merry Gentlemen
Deck The Halls
Christmas Song Of The 14th Century
Masters In This Hall
What Is This Lovely Fragrance
Cherry Tree Carol `
Il Est Ne Divin Enfant
The Golden Vase Carol
Variations On The Sussex Carol
Hodie Christus Natus Est
Angelus ad Virginem
Away In A Manger
We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Directed by Elmer Iseler

This recording features the contributions of several Canadians to the caroling genre, as composers of new carols and arrangers of old ones. From the perennially beautiful O Come All Ye Faithful and The Holly and the Ivy to the 14th century German Christmas Song, better known as "Joseph, lieber Joseph", this is a lively recording by one of Canada's most loved choirs. Derek Holman's rollicking arrangement of Deck the Halls shows off its insouciance by capturing an unmistakable tipsiness which very likely did accompany the decking of those particular halls. Two of the arranged carols are especially notable: The Huron Carol, known as Canada's first Christmas Carol (1642), is sung here in Robert Anderson's arrangement; and a rare Nova Scotia variant of the Cherry Tree Carol collected by Helen Creighton and arranged by Louis Applebaum.

Item code: 8459C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Choral | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | Canada
SMCD 5055

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