Christmas Recordings - up to 30% off
Until 13th January 2020, we're offering up to 30% off selected recordings of Christmas Music - the perfect chance to add some festive favourites to your collection (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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King’s College Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury,Sir David Willcocks, Sir Philip Ledger
The opening track from 1958 sets the basic tone: the singing’s precise, sunny and rather dainty. Yet extra gusto soon arrives, and the modern carols Cleobury commissioned certainly stop tradition... — More…
Carols from St John’s College, Cambridge
John Challenger (organ)
The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, Andrew Nethsingha
The collective vocal heft of the ensemble's young choral scholars remains a potent weapon under Andrew Nethsinga's direction. He's a man of musical refinement, however, one ready and able to... — More…
Choir of King's College Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury
Perhaps the lower voices aren't quite as smoothly blended here as they usually are at King's, but generally the level of achievement reached in these live performances is enviable. — More…
Choir of Merton College, Oxford & Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, Benjamin Nicholas
There are many vibrantly, energetic moment here…In many ways, though, the best singing comes in quieter moment: Elizabeth Poston’s Jesus Christ the apple tree, with the top line sweetly profiled... — More…
David Cordier (counter-tenor), Ulla van Daalen (harp), Jochen Kowalski, Max Emanuel Cenčić, Charles Humphries, Axel Köhler, Solist der Wiener Sängerknaben, Michael Erxleben, Klaus Mertens, Monica Groop, Dorothe Jansen, Hermann Prey, Reinhold Friedrich, Hartmut Lücker, Peter Dicke, Michael-Christfried...
Melanie Marshall, Clara Sanabras & Elin Manahan Thomas
Cambridge Singers, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Farnham Youth Choir, John Rutter
The sparkling fanfare introducing 'O come, all ye faithful' gives a typical flavour, Rutter gleefully using the full resources of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to light the soundstage up with... — More…
Christmas carols from medieval times to the present day, both familiar and unfamiliar
The Sixteen, Harry Christophers
Performed with every virtue and every grace including fresh, firm tone, uncanny precision and the finest possible control of grades and shades of volume. — More…