Fear and Rejoice, O People

Fear and Rejoice, O People

Fear and rejoice, O people
Director of Music: 
Christopher Robinson
Release date: 
December 1998
Record label: 
Nimbus
Catalogue number: 
NI5589

Track list

  1. Sing lullaby (Howells)
  2. Fear and Rejoice, O People (Tavener)
  3. Unto us is born a son (trad.)
  4. Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Gardner)
  5. The Truth from Above (Vaughan Williams)
  6. There is a flower (Rutter)
  7. On Christmas Night (Sussex Carol)
  8. As Dew in Aprylle (Warlock)
  9. Remember O thou man (Oldham)
  10. A little hymn to Mary (Lweis)
  11. Hereford Carol (trad.)
  12. Totus tuus (Gorecki)
  13. Benedicamus Domino (Warlock)
  14. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree (Poston)
  15. Wassail Song (Vaughan Williams)
  16. Out of your sleep arise (Milner)
  17. Here is the little door (Howells)
  18. Magnificat in F (Dyson)
  19. A Hymn to the Mother of God (Tavener)

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