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Carols for Quire: Volume 2




 

Carols for Quire from the Old and New Worlds, Volume 2 features Medieval carols, Renaissance chansons and motets, English Romantics, and even a world premiere composed for Quire Cleveland!

With Carols for Quire 2, you can experience Quire Cleveland’s annual programs at the architecturally splendid Trinity Cathedral, which have become a favorite holiday tradition. Read a rave review from last year’s performance, as well as praise for this recording in Early Music America magazine.

Contents

  1. *Out from lands of Orient (“Orientis partibus”) 2:48 Anonymous French, 13th century
  2. *Gabriel from heaven’s king 3:20 Anonymous English, 13th century
  3. There is no rose 3:45 Anonymous English, 15th century
  4. Ave rex angelorum 2:19 Anonymous English, 15th century
  5. Nowell sing we 2:42 Richard Pygott (ca.1485 – 1549)
  6. *E la don don 3:41 Anonymous (Cancionero de Upsala, 1556)
  7. Dadme albricias 3:18 Anonymous (Cancionero de Upsala)
  8. *This day Christ was born 2:32 William Byrd (ca.1540 – 1623)
  9. *Joseph est bien marié 2:43 French, 17th century
  10. *Quelle est cette odeur agréable? 5:25 French, ca.1700
  11. Tous les bourgeois de Châtre 1:41 French, 17th century
  12. Canite tuba in Sion 1:40 Jakob Handl (1550 – 1591)
  13. *Personent hodie 1:44 Anonymous (Piæ cantiones, 1582)
  14. Puer natus in Bethlehem 3:26 Anonymous (Piæ cantiones)
  15. Verbum caro factum est 3:13 Anonymous (Piæ cantiones)
  16. Gaudete 1:33 Anonymous (Piæ cantiones)
  17. *Quiet Promise 4:36 Jennifer Conner (b.1962)
  18. *In the bleak midwinter 4:36 Gustav Holst (1869 – 1934)
  19. *The holly and the ivy 2:48 arr. Henry Walford Davies (1896 – 1941)
  20. A spotless rose 3:02 Herbert Howells (1892 – 1983)

*These pieces (and others) are posted on Quire Cleveland’s YouTube channel.

You can hear samples of all of these pieces, and download them individually, at CD Baby.

 

Carols for Quire: Volume 1




 

Quire Cleveland is delighted to announce our debut recording: Carols for Quire from the Old and New Worlds, featuring exquisite holiday music from Renaissance Europe to Colonial Mexico, New France, and America.

With Carols for Quire, you can experience our tremendously successful Christmas program at Trinity Cathedral, which has become a Cleveland Christmas tradition. Read the rave reviews from last year’s live performance.


Contents

  1. *Resonet in laudibus 3:49 Orlando di Lasso (1532 – 1594)
  2. *Verbum caro 6:37 John Sheppard (ca.1515 – 1558)
  3. Riu, riu, chiu 3:03 Anonymous (1556)
  4. *Serenissima una noche 2:12 Fray Gerónimo Gonzales (fl.ca.1633)
  5. Ay, ay galeguiños 3:51 Fabián Ximeno (1595 – 1654)
  6. Lullaby 6:05 William Byrd (ca.1540 – 1623)
  7. Remember O thou man 3:18 Thomas Ravenscroft (ca.1590 – ca.1635)
  8. Hodie Christus natus est 3:30 Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562 – 1621)
  9. *The Huron Carol 3:15 St. Jean de Brébeuf (1593 – 1649)
  10. Quem vidistis 5:27 Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548 – 1611)
  11. *Away in a manger 2:09 J. E. Spilman (1838)
  12. *Judea 3:54 William Billings (1746 – 1800)
  13. *Sherburne 3:06 Daniel Read (1757 – 1836)
  14. *Shiloh 3:06 Billings
  15. *O magnum mysterium 3:01 Victoria
  16. In dulci jubilo 2:25 Michael Prætorius (1571 – 1621)
  17. Es ist ein Ros entsprungen 1:39 M. Prætorius
  18. *Joseph lieber 1:35 Johann Walther (1496 – 1570)
  19. Wachet auf 4:18 M. Prætorius / Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)

*These pieces (and others) are posted on Quire Cleveland’s YouTube channel.

You can hear samples of all of these pieces, and download them individually, at CD Baby.