Opening vivaciously, this collection simulates a visiting village group with pleasing simplicity... Many highlights from Deller himself, on magical form here" (Penguin Guide)
Opening vivaciously, this collection simulates a visiting village group with pleasing simplicity... Many highlights from Deller himself, on magical form here" (Penguin Guide)
5055354414480

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Format: CD
Label: ALTO
Rel. Date: 11/19/2021
UPC: 5055354414480

Minstrel's Christmas
Artist: Alfred Deller / Deller Consort
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Alleluya Psallat - Anon
2. Patapan - Anon
3. Here We Come A-Wassailing - Trad
4. Past Three O'Clock - Anon London Wait
5. I Saw Three Ships - Trad England
6. The Coventry Carol - Trad England
7. Good King Wenceslas
8. Silent Night
9. The Old Year Now (Greensleeves) - Trad English
10. We Three Kings of Orient Are
11. Down in Yon Forest -Anon
12. The First Nowell
13. Rocking (Hajej, Nynjej) - Anon, Czech
14. God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen
15. Dormi Jesu
16. Boar's Head Carol
17. Lullay My Liking Trad (Arr. Holst)
18. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
19. Herrick's Carol
20. Once in Royal David's City (Gauntlett)
21. The Holly and the Ivy - Trad (Cecil Sharp)
22. O Little One Sweet
23. Processional Song of the Nuns of Chester
24. Winter-Rose
25. Joy to the World (Attr Hndel, Text: Isaac Watts)
26. In Dulci Jubilo (Harmonised: J S Bach)
27. Deck the Halls
28. William Ballet's Lute-Book Lullaby
29. Ye Shepherds Leave
30. Carol Tune: People Look East (Old Besancon)
31. Blessed Be That Maid Mary
32. Sir Christemas
33. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming (M. Praetorius)
34. The Twelve Days of Christmas
35. All My Heart This Night Rejoices
36. The Birds (Trad Czech)
37. Wassail Song - Trad England (Counter-Tenor Version)
38. A Merry Christmas (Trad, England, West Country)

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Opening vivaciously, this collection simulates a visiting village group with pleasing simplicity... Many highlights from Deller himself, on magical form here" (Penguin Guide)

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