JOY Playlist for 12.08.13

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Advent II

THEME: CBS MDK 44651

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: “My Spirit Be Joyful” from Cantata 146

—– Philharmonia Virtuosi of New York/Richard Kapp

 

1.  Collegium COLCD 114                                                        6’50

JOHN RUTTER: Magnificat anima mea, from Magnificat

—– The Cambridge Singers & City of London Sinfonia/John Rutter

 

2.  Archiv Produktion 435-262-2 “Christmas Concertos”                        4’40

MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER: Noëls sur les instruments

Vous qui désirez sans fin (2’13), A la venue de Noël (0’58), Où s’en vont ces gais bergeres? (1’29)

—– The English Concert/Trevor Pinnock

 

3.  Avie AV 0039 “Peace”                                                          4’02

TOMÁS LUIS DE VICTORIA: O magnum mysterium

—– The Handel and Haydn Society Chorus/Grant Llewellyn

 

FIRST COMMERCIAL BREAK

 

4.  Pro Organo CD 7169 “Our Dancing Day”                                        5’49

MICHAEL PRAETORIUS: Psallite Unigenite (1’23)

CHARLES F. WATERS: I Sing of a Maiden (1’29); Libby Austin, soprano

SAMUEL SCHEIDT/arr. Willcocks: A Child Is Born in Bethlehem (2’57);

—– Addie Peyronnin, soprano; William Compton, tenor of The Memphis Boychoir & Chamber Choir/John Ayer; Memphis Brass Ensemble

 

5.  Luther College Recordings LCR 2003-3 “Christmas at Luther 2003”                          3’40

MICHAEL PRAETORIUS/arr. J. Sandström: Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming

—– The Nordic Choir/Weston Noble

 

6.  SLCC 007 “Rejoicing in His Birth”                                                    8’18

KENNETH LEIGHTON: Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child (2’53)

MALCOLM WILLIAMSON: The Boar’s Head Carol (2’12)

French Carol, arr. McPHEE: Whence Is that Goodly Fragrance? (2’53)

—– The Saint Louis Chamber Chorus/Philip Barnes

 

SECOND COMMERCIAL BREAK

 

7. Collegium COLCD 114                                                                  14’15

JOHN RUTTER: Magnificat Quia recit mihi magna (5’20), Et misericordia (4’42), Gloria Patri (5’02)

—– Patricia Forbes, soprano, The Cambridge Singers & City of London Sinfonia/John Rutter