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|The Cambridge Singers, John Rutter (conductor)» More|
|Vox Turturis, Andrew Gant (conductor)» More|
|George Balfour (treble), Oliver Brown (treble), Blake Chen (treble), Alfred Harrison (treble), Alexander Tomkinson (treble), Hamish McLaren (countertenor), Michael Bell (tenor), Benedict Flinn (tenor), Stephen Matthews (bass), Oliver Morris (bass), St John's College Choir Cambridge, Andrew Nethsingha (conductor)» More|
|Barnaby May (treble), Rupert Peacock (treble), Joel Williams (tenor), Robert Busiakiewicz (tenor), Samuel Landman (bass), King's College Choir Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury (conductor)» More|
from notes by Wadham Sutton © 1993
|Christmas carols from Village Green to Church Choir|
A new album bringing classic carols to life under the expert direction of conductor and author Andrew Gant, marking the release later this year of his new book Christmas Carols, from Village Green to Church Choir. Christmas Carols brims wit ...» More
|Christmas with St John's|
'Christmas with St John's' presents a typically adventurous programme from this most illustrious of choirs, as new commissions by Judith Bingham and Michael Finnissy join established favourites by the likes of Bob Chilcott and John Rutter.» More
|Favourite Carols from King's|
Favourite Carols from King’s is a collection of the most popular carols featured in the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols over the years, and a tribute to the King’s Christmas tradition.» More
|The Cambridge Singers Christmas Album|
John Rutter selects some of his favourite Christmas carols, old and new, from classic Cambridge Singers recordings, including several of his own arrangements and never-before-released gems, closing with Vaughan Williams’ majestic Fantasia on Ch ...» More