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.

One thought 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

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