Sing in Exultation!
Terence Maskell conducts
the Graduate Choir, New Zealand
Christmas resonates with the sound of familiar seasonal music - music that is evocative, uplifting, cheerful, and above all, comfortable.
There can surely be no other body of choral repertoire that has such immediate appeal, and this comes about largely through widespread familiarity
and love of the tried and true favourites. The Graduate Choir, NZ needs little excuse to break out the tinsel or to indulge in the beauty of some
of the most enduring pieces of seasonal music.
|1||Once in royal David's city||4:13|
|2||Silent Night (Po marie)||2:46|
|3||O little town of Bethlehem||3:40|
|4||The little road to Bethlehem||3:03|
|5||O little town of Bethlehem||3:38|
|6||Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen||2:18|
|7||I sing of a maiden||2:11|
|8||O holy night (Cantique de Noël)||5:41|
|9||In the bleak mid-winter||4:57|
|10||The infant King||2:29|
|11||Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?||4:21|
|14||Good King Wenceslas||2:58|
|15||Ding Dong! merrily on high||1:55|
|16||O come, all ye faithful||3:57|
|17||I'll be home for Christmas||3:26|
|19||Tomorrow shall be my dancing day||2:17|
|20||Hodie Christus natus est||3:03|