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`A ceremony of carols` for treble voices and harp (1942), op. 28 (Britten)

Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)

`A ceremony of carols` for treble voices and harp (1942) op. 28


`For Ursula Nettleship`(1886-1968) /singer and teacher/
1. Procession (This movement and `Recession` are variants of the `Magnificat` antiphon for the second vespers of the nativity of Our Lord.)...Read more
`For Ursula Nettleship`(1886-1968) /singer and teacher/
1. Procession (This movement and `Recession` are variants of the `Magnificat` antiphon for the second vespers of the nativity of Our Lord.)
2. Wolcum yole! (anon. XIVc.)
3. There is no rose (anon. XIVc.)
4a. That yongë child (anon. XIVc.)
4b. Balulalow (James, John and Robert Wedderburn, 1600s)
5. As dew in Aprille (anon. XIVc.)
6. This little babe (Robert Southwell, c1561-1595)
7. Interlude (for harp)
8. In freezing winter night (Robert Southwell, c1561-1595)
9. Spring carol (William Cornish, c1465-c1523)
10. Deo gracias (anon. XVc.)
11. Recession

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Rachel Wheatley - soprano, Rachel Elliot - soprano, Olive Simpson - soprano, Carys Lane - soprano, Kathryn Cook - alto. Susan Drake - harp. Recording venue Rosslyn Hill Chapel; 78 March 1996.
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