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Puer Natus In Bethlehem - Laudibus - Silent Night (Christmas Choral Music) (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Puer Natus In Bethlehem - Laudibus - Silent Night (Christmas Choral Music) (CD, Album)

  • Net
    14.11.2019 at 11:19
    Veni Emmanuel is a collection of hauntingly beautiful ancient and traditional carols written centuries ago for the celebration of Christmas. All in Latin and laced with theology and beautiful poetry, these songs will help students and teachers rediscover the rich heritage of sacred Christmas music. Reply
  • Faukree
    17.11.2019 at 08:15
    All the music in the hymnal will be recorded by a choir and posted online as MP3 files. The recordings will include all the Masses and the first stanza and refrains of the hymns. We have already combined recordings from the original CD set with brand new recordings of Mass parts and settings as well as some new hymns (new entries marked with. Reply
  • Taubei
    16.11.2019 at 04:19
    s, called Christmas Carols, New and Old, the music edited by Sir John Stainer and the words by Henrey Ramsden Bramley. Just before Christmas, I had thi s collection printed as a book through jolxapazakidteecalfugenonesspron.coinfo, and I enjoyed some of its more obscure carols enough that I thought I might combine them into a. Reply
  • Vunos
    17.11.2019 at 15:36
    Germany has given us handful of Christmas carols dating from medieval times and one of them, (Puer natus by Praetorius) together with chant, tell of Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem. Reply
  • Mazukinos
    11.11.2019 at 00:12
    Christmas Chorales in the Orgelbüchlein (OB), numbered (Nos. ), followed by hymns not in the OB. Christmas, (10 OB, 1 OB not set, 13 others): 5. BWV — “Puer natus in Bethlehem”; also “Ein Kind geboren in Bethlehem” or “Ehre sei dir, Christe, der du liedest Not,” BWV (PC), SBCB11 (Zb) BWV (NC), See OB 31 (Lent. Reply
  • Fenrilmaran
    14.11.2019 at 20:43
    This Chorale prelude for organ in A minor (BuxWV ) "Puer Natus in Bethlehem" sets the melody of a chant from the Catholic Gregorian chant repertoire that was sung at Christmas time. The text of the chant reads as follows, "A boy is born in Bethlehem that is why Jerusalem rejoices. Reply
  • Vudolabar
    11.11.2019 at 09:05
    Christmas choral music, chiefly for unaccompanied mixed voices; 11th work with guitar; 12th work for women's voices. CD included with BBC music magazine, v. 21, no. 3. Program notes by Terry Blain and Jeremy Pound (7 pages: portraits) inserted in container. Performer(s). Reply
  • Nikorn
    15.11.2019 at 20:30
    Catholic Christmas Classics CD features the most beloved songs, ancient and new, from the Catholic Christmas repertoire! Relish in "O Holy Night" as only the Cathedral Singers can perform it. "Gesu Bambino" will evoke memories of Christmases gone by. Reply
  • Talkis
    17.11.2019 at 05:01
    In Benjamin Britten sailed from America—where he had lived since —back to war-torn England. Before tackling the journey across the Atlantic, the ship stopped in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and while there Britten bought a copy of The English Galaxy of Shorter Poems, edited by Gerald jolxapazakidteecalfugenonesspron.coinfo he noted in correspondence, Britten used the twelve-day voyage to Liverpool to complete his. Reply

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