I’ve been told it it acceptable to continue posting Christmas music. And so I shall. Besides … this has oboe in it, and quite beautifully played!

Rutter: Angels’ Carol
Old Presbyterian Meeting House Virtual Choir (Alexandria, VA); Steven Seigart, Conductor
(Sadly I see no instrumentalist names here.)

arr. Brian Kay

The King’s Singers

Star Carol by John Rutter
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Stay at Home Choir

With thanks to our partners: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Oxford University Press

With special thanks to John Rutter

The Stay At Home Choir is a global musical community of more than 18,000 people from 73+ countries who come together to interact with and perform alongside some of their favourite artists.

arranged by Dan Forrest
Luther College Nordic Choir; Dr. Corey Silberstein, Dr. Nicholas Shaneyfelt, pianos

arranged by Jonathan Rathbone

Carols from Trinity

The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge recorded in Trinity College Chapel
Conductor: Stephen Layton
Tenor: Daniel Atkinson

Silent Night by Franz Gruber, arr. Jonathan Rathbone

Video production and editing:
David Hinitt
Adrian Peacock
Paul Nicholson

Photo of Great Court: Jehangir Cama

There Is No Rose
Music by Philip Stopford
Performed by Edmonds United Methodist Church, December 2020

Luminescence Chamber Singers

Filmed and recorded at Four Winds, Bermagui, December 2020
Digital Production: Four Winds Festival

ARTISTS:
Roland Peelman | Piano
Veronica Milroy | Soprano (solo)
AJ America | Mezzo-Soprano
Dan Walker | Tenor
Charles Bogle | Baritone (solo)
Jack Stephens | Bass

Luminescence Chamber Singers, Canberra, Australia
luminescence.org.au

Scott Macomber – Trumpet
Brad Horgarth – Trumpet
Alex Camphouse – Horn
Bruce Chrisp – Trombone
Tim Carless – Bass Trombone
Arrangements of Silent Night and Once in Royal David’s City by Bruce Chrisp

Once in Royal David’s City
by Henry John Gauntlett
arr. Meredith Brown
Gabrielle Wunsch – Violin
Meredith Brown – Horn
Bruce Chrisp – Trombone
Audio & Video production – Bruce Chrisp

Oh these crazy clarinet players! Aren’t they FREEZING?!

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra clarinets