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Fear and Rejoice, O People: Music for Advent and Christmas - Iain Farrington (organ); St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (choir, chorus); Christopher Robinson (conductor)
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  1. Sing Lullaby, carol-anthem for chorus
  2. Fear and rejoice, O people, for chorus
  3. Unto us is born a son, for chorus & organ
  4. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day, for chorus, Op. 75/2
  5. The truth sent from above, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional English Carols No. 6)
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  1. Sing Lullaby, carol-anthem for chorus
  2. Fear and rejoice, O people, for chorus
  3. Unto us is born a son, for chorus & organ
  4. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day, for chorus, Op. 75/2
  5. The truth sent from above, carol for chorus or voice & piano (Traditional English Carols No. 6)
  6. There is a flower
  7. On Christmas Night
  8. As Dew in Aprylle
  9. Remember, O Thou Man
  10. A Little Hymn to Mary, for chorus & organ
  11. Hereford Carol, for chorus & organ
  12. Totus tuus, for chorus, Op. 60
  13. Benedicamus Domino, for double chorus
  14. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree (The Apple Tree Carol)
  15. Wassail Song ("We've been awhile awandering"), song for chorus (English Folksongs for chorus No. 5; Traditional English Carols No. 8)
  16. Out of Your Sleep Arise, for chorus & organ
  17. Here Is the Little Door, carol-anthem for chorus
  18. Service in F major (Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis): Magnificat
  19. Hymns (2) to the Mother of God, for chorus: A Hymn to the Mother of God
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This collection of Christmas music, sung by the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge, conducted by Christopher Robinson, consists largely of modern British works. Totus tuus, by Henryk Górecki, is the only work not written by a British composer, and several folk-song settings and some medieval carols are the only works that pre-date the twentieth century. The collection includes a nice mixture of familiar and unfamiliar repertoire. Some of the less well-known works, such as Howells' Here is the little door and Geraint ...