Joy of Singing Christmas Concert 2018

This is an edited set of recordings from the concert – in due course I may add the matching video from Karen’s ‘phone to the tracks!

You should be able to download the tracks by right-clicking or ctrl-clicking on each one. You can also download the whole concert in one go from this link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mtdf4v2cki40dnm/AADd11eddCtIFPOJf_8wMdZZa?dl=0

Beginning with the music played over the entry of the choir:
(In the bleak midwinter and God rest ye merry)

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Mozart: Ave Verum: (Mon, Tues am, Wed)

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Pola & Wyle: It’s the most wonderful time of the year: (Tutti!)

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Gilbert & Sullivan: HMS Pinafore: (Tues am)

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Handel: See the conquering hero: (Tues am)

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Warren: Getting to be a habit: (Tues pm)

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McBroom: The Rose: (Tues pm)

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Gershwin: Love walked in: (Tues pm)

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Borodin / Wright & Foster: Stranger in Paradise: (Broadway)

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Porter: You’re the top: (Broadway)

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Ford: Since first I saw your face: (Madrigals)

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Passereau: Il est bel et bon: (Madrigals)

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Dowland: Say Love: (Madrigals)

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Lightfoot: Song for a winter’s night: (Folk)

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Young: After the goldrush: (Folk)

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Tyson: Four strong winds: (Folk)

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Lovely Joan: (Anneka & Ian)

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Silent Night:

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Gaudete: (Mon)

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Still still still: (Mon)

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Bach: Jesu joy of man’s desiring: (Wed)

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Rutter: What sweeter music: (Wed)

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Mendelssohn: Canto d’addio dell’ augello migrante: (Summer)

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Mendelssohn: All ye that cried unto the Lord: (Summer)

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Vaughan Williams: The lover’s ghost: (Summer)

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Vivaldi: Domine fili unigenite: (Mon, Wed)

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Haydn: Missa Brevis in honour of St John of God – Kyrie & Gloria (Mon, Wed)

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Schubert: Gloria: (All)

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Joy to the world:

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PS: And, if you’re a glutton for this stuff, the warm-up and rehearsal:

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Technical note: recorded on a Roland R-05 digital WAV recorder, and edited, rebalanced and cleaned up in Adobe Audition CC.

2 thoughts on “Joy of Singing Christmas Concert 2018”

  1. Thank you very much, David ,for this technological feat.
    I wonder if the Albert Hall is available next year, because, unless you have doctored it severely, we sound terrific.
    Liz

  2. just relistened to this: can’t believe we sound so good! “Joy of Singing”-my life saver!
    Pauline Stubbs

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