This classic recording features the Metropolitan United choir with soloists and junior choristers, organ, band, carillon (bells in the church tower), and celtic harp. Enjoy your favourite carols with interesting arrangements of classical Christmas music.
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- Lo, how a rose e'er blooming, arr. James Slater (Carillon).
- People look east Besançon carol (Choirs).
- Lo, He comes with clouds descending, arr. Ken Allen (Organ/band).
- Rorate coeli (Drop down, ye heavens from above), G.P. da Palestrina (Choir).
- Over the mountains, Johannes Eccard (Choir).
- Will you come and see the light, Kelvingrove (Choir/harp).
- Noël Suisse, Louis Claude d'Aquin (Organ).
- Nova! Nova! 15th-century carol (Choir).
- We three kings, Paul Manz (Organ).
- Silent Night, arr. William Gordon (Band).
- Gentle Mary laid her child, Alta Lind Cook, arr. Scott Wilkinson (Choir).
- Dormi Jesu, Michael Coghlan (Choir).
- Away in a manger, arr. Janet Gadeski (Harp).
- Gloria Deo, David Ouchterlony (Choristers).
- Hark! the herald angels sing, arr. Ken Allen (Organ/band).
- It came upon a midnight clear, arr. Derek Broadbent (Band).
- Gems of day French, 16th century (Choir).
- Ding dong, merrily on high, arr. Melville Cook (Choir).
- Whence is this goodly fragrance, arr. Harrison Oxley (Organ).
- In dulci jubilo, BWV 729, J.S. Bach (Organ).
- Rejoice and sing, Eleanor Daley (Choir).
- O come all ye faithful, arr. David Willcocks (Organ/band).
- Angels we have heard on high, arr. James Slater (Carillon).