Hymns from King's (CD)

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Choir of King's College Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury

Hymns from King’s' is a collection of hymn arrangements by Stephen Cleobury from the Peters Edition book of the same name. Covering the entire church year including Christmas and Easter, 'Hymns from King’s' contains arrangements, accompaniments and descants for some of the world’s most popular hymns as they are sung at King’s College. The release will be accompanied by an international press and marketing campaign and extensive touring and joins the label’s other critically-acclaimed recordings including 'English Hymn Anthems', a celebrated Fauré 'Requiem' [Recording of the Month in BBC Music Magazine] and '1615: Gabrieli in Venice': the first classical album ever to use Dolby’s new Atmos technology.


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1. Thine be the glory [Maccabaeus] G F Handel


2. Alleluya, sing to Jesus [Hyfrydol] Richard Huw Pritchard


3. Angel-voices ever singing [Angel Voices] E G Monk


4. All creatures of our God and King [Lasst uns Erfreuen] R V Williams, based on Geistliche Kirchengesange


5. Love divine, all loves excelling [Blaenwern] William Rowlands


6. Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven [Praise my soul] John Goss


7. Now thank we all our God [Nun danket alle Gott] Johann Crüger


8. Glorious things of thee are spoken [Abbot’s leigh] Cyril Vincent Taylor


9. Let all mortal flesh keep silence [Picardy] French carol melody (Chansons Populaires, Vol. 4)


10. Jesus Christ is risen today [Easter Hymn] Adapted from Lyra Davidica


11. Lord of all hopefulness [Slane] Traditional Irish, harm. Erik Routley


12. Christians, awake, salute the happy morn [Yorkshire (Stockport)] John Wainwright


13. Abide with me [Eventide] W H Monk


14. As with gladness men of old [Dix] Conrad Kocher, arr. W H Monk


15. My song is love unknown [Love Unknown] John Ireland


16. O God, our help in ages past [St Anne] William Croft


17. O come, O come, Emmanuel! [Veni Emmanuel] 15th-century French melody


18. Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! [Nicaea] J B Dykes


19. Just as I am, without one plea [Saffron Walden] Arthur Henry Brown


20. Come, ye thankful people, come [St George’s, Windsor] George Elvey

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