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Stephen Cleobury (director, recorder, clarinet, woodwind), Thomas Williamson (organ), Sioned Williams (harp), Wallace Collection (lead vocals), Benjamin Bayl (organ), Thomas Bullard (bass-baritone), The Wallace Collection (trumpet), Doris Soffel (mezzo-soprano), Edith Mathis (soprano), Oliver Brett...

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Contents

Goss, J: Praise my soul, the King of Heaven

Work length2:55
  • Thomas Williamson (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-03-24
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: Morning has broken (Bunessan)

Work length1:50
  • Sioned Williams (harp), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Vaughan Williams: Come down, O Love divine (Down Ampney)

Work length3:43
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), Sioned Williams (harp), Thomas Williamson (piano)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-03-24
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Luther: A mighty fortress is our God

Work length5:13
  • Thomas Williamson (organ), Kerry Brown (assistant production), Stephen Cleobury (director), Wallace Collection (lead vocals)
  • The Wallace Collection, Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Harris, W: O what their joy and their glory must be

Work length7:54
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), Kerry Brown (assistant production), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Miller, E: When I survey the wondrous Cross (Rockingham)

Work length3:33
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Parry: Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Repton)

Work length3:58
  • Tom Bullard, Benjamin Bayl (organ), Thomas Bullard (baritone)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: Be thou my vision

Work length4:34
  • Sioned Williams (harp), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Scholefield: The Day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (St Clement)

Work length3:23
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-03-24
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Jackson, S: Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy)

Work length4:08
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), Kerry Brown (assistant production), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Stralsund Gesangbuch (1665): Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation (Hast du denn, Jesu)

Work length3:14
  • Stephen Cleobury (director), Stephen Cleobury (recorder), Thomas Williamson (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Ireland: My song is love unknown

Work length3:27
  • Thomas Williamson (organ), Kerry Brown (assistant production), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Bain: The Lord's my shepherd (Brother James' Air)

Work length2:45
  • Tom Bullard, Sioned Williams (harp), Stephen Cleobury (director), Thomas Bullard (bass-baritone)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Handel: Judas Maccabaeus: Thine be the glory

Work length3:01
  • Thomas Williamson (organ), Stephen Cleobury (director), Wallace Collection (lead vocals)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Gibbons, O: Drop, drop, slow tears

Work length1:21
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 12 January 2001, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Cyril Taylor: Glorious things of thee are spoken (Abbot's Leigh)

Work length3:54
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), Kerry Brown (assistant production), Stephen Cleobury (director)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, The Wallace Collection
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Genevan Psalter 1551: All people that on earth do dwell (The Old Hundredth)

Work length4:56
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), The Wallace Collection (vocals)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2000-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 19 & 21-24 March 2000, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Parry: Jerusalem

Work length3:01
  • Oliver Brett (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2007-07-31
  • Recording Venue: 30 & 31 July 2007. King's College Chapel, Cambridge

Monk, W H: Abide with me

Work length4:52
  • Peter Stevens (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2008-07-11
  • Recording Venue: 9-11 July 2008, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Holst: I Vow to Thee, My Country

Work length2:33
  • Peter Stevens (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2008-07-11
  • Recording Venue: 9-11 July, 2008 / King's College Chapel, Cambridge

R. H. Prichard: Alleluya, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol) [last verse omitted]

Work length3:39
  • Oliver Brett (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 2007-07-31
  • Recording Venue: 30 & 31 July 2007, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

St Fulbert of Chartres: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (St Fulbert)

Work length2:23
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

Clarke, Jeremiah: The head that once was crowned with thorns (St Magnus)

Work length2:44
  • Ian Hare (organ), Sir David Willcocks (recorder)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

John Bacchus Dykes, Reginald Heber: Holy, holy, holy (Nicaea) (v.2 arr. Willcocks)

Work length2:44
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

John Henry Newman, Thomas Haweis: Praise to the Holiest (Richmond)

Work length2:53
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

Nicolai, P: Wake, O wake! with tidings thrilling (melody adapted and harm. J. S. Bach)

Work length3:39
  • Adrian Partington (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Philip Ledger
  • Recorded: 1979-12-15
  • Recording Venue: 13-15 December 1979/Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Musikalisches Hand-Buch (Hamburg, 1690): On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry

Work length2:41
  • Adrian Partington (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Philip Ledger
  • Recorded: 1979-12-15
  • Recording Venue: 13-15 December 1979/Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Horsley, W: There is a green hill far away (Horsley)

Work length2:23
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Philip Ledger
  • Recorded: 1977-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 27 & 28 July 1977, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Hassler, H L: O Sacred Head, Now Wounded (Passion Chorale)

Work length2:43
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-12
  • Recording Venue: 10-12 July 1972, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

18th-century English: Jesus Christ is risen today (Easter Hymn)

Work length3:06
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

Redhead, Richard: Bright the vision

Work length2:48
  • Ian Hare (organ), Sir David Willcocks (recorder)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

Gregorian Chant: Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire (Veni Creator)

Work length2:14
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-01
  • Recording Venue: 11/12 July 1972

Gardiner, H B: Evening Hymn (Te lucis ante terminum)

Work length5:32
  • James Lancelot (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1973-07-11
  • Recording Venue: 10 & 11 July 1973, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: How great thou art (Sanningsvittnet)

Work length3:46
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Harwood, B: Let all the world in every corner sing (Luckington)

Work length1:38
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

anon. 19th-century American: Amazing Grace

Work length4:01
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Vaughan Williams: For all the saints (Sine nomine)

Work length5:07
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

A. R. Reinagle: How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter)

Work length2:51
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Handel: Rejoice, the Lord is king (Gopsal)

Work length2:41
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

William Maher: Soul of my saviour (Anima Christi)

Work length2:56
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Psalmodia evangelica (1790): Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Truro)

Work length1:47
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Croft: O worship the King (Hanover)

Work length3:47
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

17th-century German: All creatures of our God and king (Lasst uns erfreuen)

Work length4:36
  • John Scott Whiteley (organ)
  • York Minster Choir
  • Philip Moore
  • Recorded: 1996-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

trad.: Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord (Battle Hymn)

Work length2:53
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Ian Tracey (recorder), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Filitz: Lead us, Heavenly Father, Lead us (Mannheim)

Work length1:59
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Bennard: The Old Rugged Cross

Work length4:12
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Howells: All my hope on God is founded

Work length3:01
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Dykes: O come and mourn with me awhile (St Cross)

Work length3:01
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Rowlands: Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern)

Work length2:49
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Sullivan, A: Onward, Christian soldiers! (St Gertrude) (brass & perc. arr. Tracey)

Work length4:02
  • Massed Choirs from Merseyside, Ian Wells (organ), Liverpool Cathedral Brass Ensemble (lead vocals), Liverpool Cathedral Choir (lead vocals)
  • Ian Tracey
  • Recorded: 1991-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 1991 / Liverpool Cathedral

Irvine, Jessie: The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond)

Work length3:09
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1961-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Wesley, C: Love Divine, All Loves Excelling

Work length2:53
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1961-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Frederick Myers, R. R. Terry: Hark, what a sound (Highwood)

Work length3:04
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1961-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Henry Baker, J. B. Dykes: The King of love my shepherd is (Dominus regit me) [1995 Digital Remaster]

Work length2:55
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben (organ), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Charles Wesley, W. H. Monk: Soldiers of Christ, arise (St Ethelwald)

Work length2:12
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Thomas J. Williams: Alleluya, sing to Jesus (Ebenezer)

Work length1:56
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Tobias Clausnitzer: Blessed Jesus, at thy word (Liebster Jesu)

Work length1:43
  • Sir George Thalben-Ball, George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Jane Leeson: Loving shepherd of thy sheep (Buckland)

Work length2:14
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Issac Smith: Be thou my guardian (Abridge)

Work length2:10
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Myles B Foster: Lift up your heads

Work length2:03
  • Temple Church Choir (lead vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

18th-century English: Spirit of mercy, truth and love (Melcombe)

Work length1:28
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Sir George Thalben-Ball
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

trad.: Thou, whose almighty word (Moscow)

Work length2:24
  • Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Charles Wesley, Orlando Gibbons: Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go (Angel's Song)

Work length2:51
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Sir George Thalben-Ball
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Parry: O praise ye the Lord

Work length2:44
  • Sir George Thalben (organ), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Filitz: Jesus, blessed saviour (Eudoxia / Caswall)

Work length2:27
  • Ian Le Grice (vocals), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Perronet: All hail the power of Jesu's name (Ladywell)

Work length2:38
  • Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

Mendelssohn: Now thank we all our God (Nun danket) [1995 - Remaster]

Work length3:03
  • Sir George Thalben (organ), Sir George Thalben-Ball (organ)
  • Temple Church Choir
  • Recorded: 1962-01-01
  • Recording Venue: York Minster

John Hughes, Peter Williams, William Williams: Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah

Work length3:36
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

Anonymous, W C Smith: Immortal Invisible God Only Wise

Work length2:38
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

Charles Wesley, Joseph Parry: Jesu Lover Of My Soul

Work length3:54
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

John Byrom, John Wainwright: Christians Awake Salute The Happy Morn

Work length2:08
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

Dykes: Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita)

Work length2:45
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

George Job Elvey, Godfrey Thring, Matthew Bridges: Crown Him With Many Crowns

Work length3:03
  • Huddersfield Choral Society, David Bell (instrumentation), David Bell (organ)
  • Owain Arwel Hughes
  • Recorded: 1985-06-01
  • Recording Venue: Huddersfield Town Hall

Monk, W H: Abide with me

Work length2:56
  • Central Band of the Royal Air Force, Roy Edward Charles Davies, The Band Of The Royal Air Force Germany (lead vocals), Barry Rose (organ)
  • Wing Cdr R. E. C. Davies
  • Recorded: 1971-04-18
  • Recording Venue: 18 January 1971, Guildford Cathedral

Croft: O God, our help in ages past ('St. Anne') (arr. Jaeger)

Work length2:36
  • Band Of Irish Guards (lead vocals), Band Of The Irish Guards (featured vocalist), David Bell (organ)
  • Chorus
  • C. H. Jaeger, C.H. Jaeger
  • Recorded: 1965-04-02
  • Recording Venue: 1-2 April 1965/Guards' Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London

Stainer: The Crucifixion

Work length14:03
  • Robert Tear (tenor), Robert Tear (bass-baritone), Benjamin Luxon (bass-baritone), John Scott (organ)
  • Westminster Choir, Westminster Singers
  • Richard Hickox
  • Recorded: 1985-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 29 & 30 November 1985, St Augustine's, Kilburn

5. The Mystery of the Divine Humiliation (Cross of Jesus, cross of sorrow) (choir & congregation)

Track length3:12

10. Litany of the Passion (Holy Jesu, by thy passion) (choir & congregation)

Track length2:41

13. The Mystery of the Intercession (Jesus, the crucified, pleads for me) (choir)

Track length3:26

15. The Adoration of the Crucified (I adore thee, I adore thee!) (choir & congregation)

Track length1:56

20. For the Love of Jesus (All for Jesus - all for Jesus) (choir & congregation)

Track length2:48

St Ambrose Of Milan / Plainchant: Christe, Qui Lux Es Et Dies

Work length3:25
  • American Boychoir (featured vocalist), James Litton (director)
  • Albemarle Consort
  • James Litton
  • Recorded: 1994-06-20
  • Recording Venue: St. George's Episcopal Church, NYC

17th -Century German, Traditional German Hymn, Traditional Silesian Folksong: Fairest Lord Jesus

Work length3:13
  • American Boychoir (featured vocalist), Joseph A. Seiss (musician), James Litton (director)
  • St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble
  • James Litton
  • Recorded: 1994-06-20
  • Recording Venue: St. George Episcopal Church, NYC

Jeremiah E. Rankin, Vaughan Williams: God Be With You Till We Meet Again

Work length2:29
  • American Boychoir (featured vocalist), James Litton (director), William K. Trafka (organ)
  • Albermale Consort
  • James Litton
  • Recorded: 1994-06-20
  • Recording Venue: St. George's Episcopal Church, NYC

Gauntlett: Once in Royal David's city

Work length5:14
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1970-12-23
  • Recording Venue: 21 & 22 [not 22 & 23] December 1970, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Este's Psalter, 1592: While shepherds watched (Este's Psalter, 1592; descant Willcocks)

Work length2:50
  • John Wells (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1969-07-29
  • Recording Venue: 28 & 29 July 1969, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen

Work length3:35
  • Benjamin Bayl (organ), Congregation (vocals)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Stephen Cleobury
  • Recorded: 1998-12-14
  • Recording Venue: 12-14 December 1998, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: O little town of Bethlehem (v.3 arr. Ledger)

Work length3:28
  • Francis Grier (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Philip Ledger
  • Recorded: 1975-12-22
  • Recording Venue: 18, 19 & 22 December 1975, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

trad.: The First Nowell

Work length4:53
  • Francis Grier (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Philip Ledger
  • Recorded: 1997-12-31
  • Recording Venue: 18, 19 & 22 December 1975, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

C. Kocher: As with gladness men of old (Dix)

Work length2:04
  • Ian Hare (organ), Sir David Willcocks (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Recorded: 1973-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 1986

Piae cantiones (1582): Of the Father's heart begotten

Work length5:05
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1970-12-23
  • Recording Venue: 21 & 22 [not 22 & 23] December 1970, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

13th century: O come, O come, Emmanuel (trans. J. M. Neale rev. T. A. Lacey; arr. Willcocks)

Work length3:30
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1970-12-23
  • Recording Venue: 21 & 22 [not 22 & 23] December 1970, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Bethlehem of noblest cities (Stuttgart)

Work length2:22
  • Ian Hare (organ), Sir David Willcocks (organ), Sir David Willcocks (recorder)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Recorded: 1973-01-01
  • Recording Venue: 1986

trad.: It came upon the midnight clear (adapted & arr. Sullivan; descant Willcocks)

Work length3:31
  • John Wells (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1969-07-29
  • Recording Venue: 28 & 29 July 1969, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

anon.: O come, all ye faithful

Work length4:47
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-12
  • Recording Venue: 11 & 12 July 1972, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Mendelssohn: Hark! the herald angels sing

Work length4:10
  • Ian Hare (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1972-07-12
  • Recording Venue: 11 & 12 July 1972, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Bach, J S: Chorales & chorale preludes for Advent & Christmas (1989 - Remaster)

Work length16:01
  • Sir Andrew Davis (organ), Sir David Willcocks (organ)
  • Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
  • Recorded: 1967-07-12
  • Recording Venue: 14 & 16 June (preludes) & 12 July (chorales) 1967, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge

Vom Himmel hoch

Track length3:45

Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes-Sohn

Track length3:14

Jesu, meine Freude

Track length4:12

Puer natus in Bethlehem

Track length1:27

In dulci jubilo

Track length3:23