Christmas Carols at the TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht

Monday, 17 December 2018 - 8:15pm
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Tivolivredenburg, Utrecht

The Choir perform a concert of Christmas music at the TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht.

Programme

The Shepherd's Carol Chilcott
Sir Christèmas Mathias
The Lamb Tavener
John the Baptist Finnissy
Deo Gracias Britten arr. Harrison
Organ Solo: Prelude and Fugue in C BWV 545 J.S. Bach
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Op.10 no.1 Distler
People look east Tranchell arr. Marchbank
I am the day Dove
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day Gardner

INTERVAL

Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël Poulenc
1. O magnum mysterium
2. Quem vidistis pastores?
3. Videntes stellam
4. Hodie Christus natus est
Organ Solo: Allein Gott in der HHöh sei Ehr BWV 664 J.S. Bach
Bogoroditse Dyevo Pärt
A Spotless Rose Howells
Ding, dong, merrily on high arr. Wilberg
Silent night arr. Ledger
O come, all ye faithful arr. Willcocks

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Location

TivoliVredenburg
Vredenburgkade 11
Utrecht
3511 WC
Netherlands

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Locus Iste is the 100th recording by the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge and marks the 150th anniversary of the consecration of St John's College Chapel.

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  • Responses and Preces: Radcliffe
  • Psalm 99 (Whitlock)
  • Berkeley (Chichester Service)
  • Finnissy: Dum transisset Sabbatum
  • Hymns 394, 117
  • Preacher: The Dean
  • Voluntary: J. S. Bach  Fugue in E minor (BWV 548ii)

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The Choir's new album - Locus Iste - reached Number 6 in the Official Specialist Classical Chart Top 30. 

The album - celebrating the 150th anniversary of St John's College Chapel - was the chart's highest new entry, sharing the Top 10 list with artists such as Einaudi and Lang Lang. 

We would like to thank all of you who have bought, downloaded or streamed Locus Iste so far and for supporting the Choir's valuable work.

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