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A brisk young lad
Abide with me
Aguinaldo carols (Anon/Brandy/Choi)
Ah! To be all alone in a little cell
Angeli canunt praecones nuper natum Dominum
As I went out one May morning
At St Patrick's Purgatory
Child of wonder
Children, go! (Anon/Gilbert/Brown)
Dear friends
Deep river (Anon/Hancock)
Delicious times
Eight Songs from Isolation (Muhly)
Four Traditional Songs (Muhly)
Her sacred spirit soars (Whitacre)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
How foolish the man who does not raise
I ain’t got long to stay here
I am here
I do not know with whom Edan will sleep
I saw three ships (Anon/Bowens)
I will take nothing from my Lord, said she
I wonder as I wander (Anon/Rudoi)
I would like to have the men of Heaven in my own house
I’m afraid
In a dark and distant year
It has broken us, it has crushed us
Listening to your labored breath
Magnetic poetry
New-made Tongue
Noël nouvelet (Anon/Söderberg)
O frondens virga (Hildegard/Foss)
One last breath
Pangur, white Pangur
Pity me on my pilgrimage to Loch Derg!
Requiem (Borodin/Stokowski)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Levin)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Levin/Beyer)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Süssmayr/Levin)
Sa may bahay ang aming bati – Maligaya, maligayang Pasko kayo’y bigyan
Sea Snatch
Searching for lambs
Silent night! Holy night!
St Ita's Vision
Steal away (Anon/Gibbs)
Still, still, still (Anon/Humble)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Harris)
The bitter withy
The Desire for Hermitage
The enormous need
The Heavenly Banquet
The Monk and his Cat
The Sacred Veil (Whitacre)
The Sacred Veil (Whitacre)
The Sacred Veil (Whitacre)
The veil opens
There was a lady lived in York
These little Limbs
We three kings of orient are (Hopkins/Neary)
Whenever there is birth or death
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