Christmas at Peterborough Cathedral

Favourite Christmas carols, plus some less familiar sacred choral music from Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, directed by Steven Grahl and with organist David Humphreys. This CD is the last recording of the Cathedral organ, with the choir, before work began to change its pitch from Old Philharmonic to Standard. Stop by the new Visitor Centre to hear a sample!
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Director of Music: Steven Grahl

Organist: David Humphreys

Peterborough Cathedral Choir with the Youth Choir (*) and Festival Chorus (+)

1.  O come, O come Emmanuel *+ - arr. D. Willcocks

2.  Matin responsary - S. Grahl

3.  Es ist ein Ros' - M. Praetorius

4.  Rorate caeli - W. Byrd

5.  Once in Royal David's City *+ - arr. D. Willocks

6.  Adam lay ybounden - S. Grahl

7.  In the bleak midwinter - R. Rodney Bennett

8.  Sussex Carol - Trad. arr. Ledger

9.  O little town of Bethlehem *+ - arr. T. Armstrong

10. O leave your sheep - K. Leighton

11. Follow that star - P. Gritton

12. The swete Roose - T. Young

13. Rocking carol - Trad. arr. Higginbottom

14. Good King Wenceslas *+ - arr. R Jacques

15. There is no Rose - J. Rathbone

16. Tomorrow shall be my dancing day *+ - J. Gardner

17. Tribus Miraculis - G. Haynes

18. All this time * (Youth Choir only) - W. Walton

19. Hark, the Herald Angels Sing *+ - arr. C. Robinson

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