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Performer:
New York Polyphony
Album:
I Sing The Birth
Country:
Released:
2007
Label:
Avie Records
Catalog:
AV2141
Genre:
Style:
Early
MP3 archive size:
2620 mb
FLAC archive size:
1448 mb

Tracklist

1Nowell: Dieus Wous Garde, Byewsser
Composed By – Richard Smert
2:52
2Lullay, Lullow, I Saw A Swete Semly Syght2:10
3Beata Viscera
Composed By – Pérotin
1:54
4Lully, Lulla, Thou Littel Tine Child2:28
5Vox In Rama0:59
6Veni Redemptor Gentium0:51
7Vox In Rama0:56
8Alma Redemptoris Mater1:39
9Away In A Manger
Arranged By – New York PolyphonyComposed By – Traditional
2:26
10Hodie Christus Natus Est0:53
11Ave Maria1:00
12Ave Maria
Composed By – Robert Parsons
3:35
13The Darkest Midnight In December
Composed By – Traditional
2:05
14Nunc Dimittis
Composed By – Andrew Smith
2:35
15The Fader Of Heven
Composed By – Peter Maxwell Davies
1:21
16Vox In Rama0:53
17Hodie Christus Natus Est
Composed By – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
1:39
18O Magnum Mysterium
Composed By – William Byrd
4:54
19Ecce Advenit Dominator Dominus2:07
20Magi Veniunt Ab Oriente
Composed By – Clemens non Papa
3:18
21Mervele Nought, Josep5:44
22Puer Natus Est Nobis2:47
23Vox In Rama
Composed By – Clemens non Papa
3:08
24Ave Maria Mater Dei
Composed By – William Cornysh
2:36
25Veni Redemptor Gentium
Composed By – Andrew Smith
2:36
26Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child
Composed By – Kenneth Leighton
2:58

Credits

  • Alto VocalsEmilie Williams
  • Baritone VocalsScott Dispensa
  • Bass VocalsCraig Phillips
  • Countertenor VocalsGeoffrey Williams
  • DesignRyan Rogers
  • EngineerJohn C. Baker
  • EnsembleNew York Polyphony
  • Liner Notes, Executive Producer, ProducerMalcolm Bruno
  • Photography ByArthur Cohen , Elizabeth Robinson
  • Post Production, Edited ByAdrian Hunter
  • Soprano VocalsElizabeth Baber, Ruth Cunningham
  • Tenor VocalsGeoffrey Silver

Notes

Recorded November 2006 & April/May 2007.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 22252 21412 3
  • Label Code: LC11982
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Matrix / Runout: AV2141 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0497

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – New York Polyphony
  • Copyright (c) – New York Polyphony
  • Manufactured By – EDC Blackburn Ltd
  • Recorded At – St. George's Episcopal Church, NYC

Album

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