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Tomorrow shall be my dancing day

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The age-old relationship between religion and the dance is the source of the unusual and vivid imagery of this carol (which, in its complete from, has eleven verses covering all the events of Christ's life up to the Ascension). The text is believed to date back earlier than the seventeenth-century; it first appeared in print together with its tune in 1833. Sir David Willcocks’s radiant setting, written for King’s College Choir in 1966, has established itself as a classic.

from notes by Collegium Records © 1987

Recordings

Advent Live
SIGCD535Download only
Christmas Night
COLCD106Download only
What sweeter music
SIGCD182Download only

Details

Track 12 on COLCD106 [1'55] Download only
Track 16 on SIGCD182 [1'57] Download only
Track 17 on SIGCD535 [2'01] Download only

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