Browse: Gardner, John - Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
This page lists all recordings of Tomorrow shall be my dancing day by John Gardner (1917-2011).
Luke Bond (organ)
St George's Chapel Choir Windsor, James Vivian
This superior seasonal disc, chiefly of carols (some with organ played by Luke Bond), is satisfyingly divided into three parts: Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. Each starts with a plainchant,... — More…
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…
A Christmas Anthology
Julia Doyle (soprano), Roderick Williams (baritone) & Mark Williams (organ and piano)
City of London Choir & Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Hilary Davan Wetton
The gem here is Finzi's In terra pax… From late in Finzi's life, it is suffused with English pastoral yearning, and baritone Roderick Williams sings beautifully in the outer sections. — More…
A children's nativity
Susan Smith (piano), Felicity Souter (narrator), Margaret Howard (narrator), Martin Souter (narrator, piano), Victoria Davies (harp), Matthew Spring (cittern, lute), Sara Stowe (soprano)
Southend Boys Choir, Southend Girls Choir, Singscape, South Oxfordshire Youth Music and Drama Group, Christ...