A Child Is Born: Carols From Trinity (reissue)

~ Release by Choir of Trinity College, Richard Marlow (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Wake, O wake
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Wake, O wake (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
additional composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician)
composer:
Philipp Nicolai
Nicolai, harm. Bach1:44
2The angel Gabriel
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
The angel Gabriel (harm. Marlow) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
additional composer:
Richard Marlow
version of:
The Angel Gabriel
Anon. Basque Carol, harm. Marlow2:27
3Noël: Chantons
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
solo organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Noël "Chantons" (unspecified version) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Jean‐François Dandrieu
Dandrieu1:17
4Edi beo þhu, hevene quene
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Alison Bullock (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Edi Beo Thu, Hevene Quene (13th c. Middle English song in praise of the Virgin Mary) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
Anon. English0:50
5A Hymn to the Virgin
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo alto vocals:
Eliza Lumley (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo bass vocals:
James Elias (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Andrea Cockerton (soprano) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo tenor vocals:
Duncan Byrne (tenor) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
A Hymn to the Virgin (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Benjamin Britten (English composer, conductor, and pianist) (from 1930-07-09 until 1934-04-29)
premiered at:
St John's Church in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom (on 1931-01-05)
Britten3:05
6Noël
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
solo organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Esquisses byzantines: VIII. Noël (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Henri Mulet (in 1919)
part of:
Esquisses byzantines
Mulet2:36
7This is the record of John
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Philip Rushforth (organist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo countertenor vocals:
Reiner Schneider-Waterberg (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
This is the record of John (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Orlando Gibbons (composer)
Gibbons4:23
8A child is born in Bethlehem
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
A Child Is Born in Bethlehem (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) and George Ratcliffe Woodward
composer:
Samuel Scheidt (composer)
Scheidt1:30
9Once in royal David’s city
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Once in royal David’s city (rev. Mann) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
Cecil Frances Alexander (in 1848)
composer:
Henry John Gauntlett (in 1849)
arranger:
Arthur Henry Mann
revision of:
Once in Royal David’s City
Gauntlett, rev. Mann2:12
10Rejoice, rejoice in Christ
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Rejoice, Rejoice in Christ (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
William Byrd (English composer)
Byrd1:02
11Hodie Christus natus est
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Hodie Christus natus est (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (composer and organist)
part of:
SwWV (Sweelinck-Werke Verzeichnis) (number: 163)
Sweelinck3:16
12A great and mighty wonder
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Philip Rushforth (organist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
A great and mighty wonder (harm. Praetorius, descant Marlow) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
additional composer:
Richard Marlow
version of:
A Great and Mighty Wonder
Praetorius, descant Marlow3:22
13O little one sweet
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
O Little One Sweet (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) and Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician)
translator:
Percy Dearmer
translated version of:
Geistliches Lied, BWV 493 "O Jesulein süß"
Bach2:08
14In dulci jubilo
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Alison Gascoigne (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
In dulci jubilo (macaronic of English and Latin) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger and translator:
Robert Lucas Pearsall (composer)
translated version of:
In dulci iubilo (original traditional version in macaronic alteration of medieval German and Latin, use also for unspecified versions)
Pearsall3:24
15Noël: Mais on San es allé nau
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
solo organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Noël "Mais on san es allé Nau" (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Jean‐François Dandrieu
Dandrieu1:12
16The blessed son of God
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Hodie: V. Choral: The Blessed Son of God (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer) (from 1953 until 1954)
part of:
Hodie
Vaughan Williams2:33
17O ye little flock
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo countertenor vocals:
Reiner Schneider-Waterberg (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Rebecca Daldorph (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11) and Louisa Kelly (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo tenor vocals:
Nicholas Yates (Tenor) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
O Ye Little Flock (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
John Amner
Amner6:37
18While shepherds watched
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
While shepherds watched (descant Marlow) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
additional composer:
Richard Marlow
version of:
While Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night (Winchester Old version)
Este’s Psalter, descant Marlow2:45
19Shepherds’ Cradle Song
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Shepherds’ Cradle Song (arr. Macpherson) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Karl Leuner
arranger:
Charles MacPherson
translator:
Arthur Foxton Ferguson
Leuner, arr. Macpherson3:44
20The Lamb
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
The Lamb (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker) (in 1789)
composer:
John Tavener (20th century composer) (in 1982)
publisher:
Edition Wilhelm Hansen London Ltd. and J. & W. Chester, Ltd.
Tavener2:57
21As with gladness
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Philip Rushforth (organist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
As with gladness (descant Willcocks) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
William Chatterton Dix
composer:
Conrad Kocher
arranger:
Sir David Willcocks
arrangement of:
As With Gladness Men of Old
Kocher, abr. Monk, descant Willcocks1:56
22Here is the little door
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Here Is the Little Door (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
Frances Chesterton
composer:
Herbert Howells (composer) (in 1918)
part of:
Three Carol-Anthems
Howells3:32
23In the bleak mid‐winter
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Philip Rushforth (organist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Elizabeth Atherton (Lyric Soprano) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo tenor vocals:
Nicholas Yates (Tenor) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
In the Bleak Midwinter (Harold Edwin Darke version) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
Christina Rossetti
composer:
Harold Edwin Darke (in 1909)
publisher:
Oxford University Press
version of:
In the Bleak Midwinter (poem)
Darke4:23
24Rhapsodie sur des Noëls
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
solo organ:
Philip Rushforth (organist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
10 Pièces: No. 6. Rhapsodie (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Eugène Gigout
part of:
10 Pièces pour orgue
Gigout5:51
25Tomorrow shall be
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day (arr. Willcocks) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Sir David Willcocks
arrangement of:
Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day (traditional English)
Willcocks1:52
26Illuminare, Jerusalem
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Illuminare, Jerusalem (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Judith Weir (in 1985)
Weir2:06
27Noël: Le Roy des Cieux
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
solo organ:
Silas Standage (classical organist and harpsichordist) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Noël "Le Roy des Cieux vient de naître" (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Jean‐François Dandrieu
Dandrieu0:59
28The Coventry Carol
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
solo soprano vocals:
Andrea Cockerton (soprano) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Coventry Carol (Kenneth Leighton version) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Kenneth Leighton (composer)
Leighton2:54
29Benedicamus Domino
recording engineer:
Andrew Hallifax (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
assistant engineer:
Geoff Miles (editor and engineer)
choir vocals:
Choir of Trinity College (Cambridge) (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
conductor:
Richard Marlow (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recorded at:
Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, UK) in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
recording of:
Benedicamus Domino (from 1993-07-09 until 1993-07-11)
composer:
Peter Warlock (composer) (in 1918)
Warlock1:41

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