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The sublime Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge return with the third volume in their Advent series celebrating the advent season from within the Christian tradition; a season celebrated since at least the sixth century.
The sublime Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge return with the third volume in their Advent series celebrating the advent season from within the Christian tradition; a season celebrated since at least the sixth century.
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Advent Live - Vol. 3
Artist: J Bach .S. / Gardner / Herbert
Format: CD
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1. Lo! the Desert-Depths Are Stirr'd [02:47]
2. Advent Calendar [02:38]
3. Telling [02:48]
4. There Is No Rose [06:13]
5. Das Orgelbüchlein, BWV 599-644: Herr Christ, Der Ein'ge Gottessohn, BWV 601 [01:27]
6. Pan Fo'r Stormydd Garwa'n Curo [01:50]
7. Veni, Veni Emmanuel (O Come, O Come Emmanuel) (Arr. T. Helmore and D. Hill for Mixed Choir and or... [03:19]
8. Nowell! Owt of Your Slepe Aryse [Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ms Arch. Selden B 26, F.14V] [02:33]
9. Drop Down, Ye Heavens, from Above [01:55]
10. 18 Chorales, BWV 651-668, "Leipziger Choräle": Nun Komm, Der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659 [04:14]
11. There Is No Rose [02:49]
12. Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus (Arr. C. Robinson for Mixed Choir and Organ) [01:56]
13. O Virgo Virginum [02:27]
14. One Star, at Last [03:11]
15. O Dayspring - O King of the Nations [01:48]
16. 6 Schübler Chorales, BWV 645-650: Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme, BWV 645 [04:11]
17. Adam Lay Ybounden (Arr. for Mixed Choir and Organ) [01:19]
18. Das Orgelbüchlein, BWV 599-644: Gottes Sohn Ist Kommen, BWV 600 [01:03]
19. On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry (Arr. C. Robinson for Mixed Choir and Organ) [02:29]
20. O Emmanuel [00:57]
21. Adam Lay Ybounden [02:20]
22. A Gallery Carol [02:11]

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The sublime Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge return with the third volume in their Advent series celebrating the advent season from within the Christian tradition; a season celebrated since at least the sixth century.
        
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