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DCD34075 Into This World This Day Did Come
Into this world this day did come © Delphian Records

Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge
Geoffrey Webber director
David Ballantyne & Matthew Fletcher organ

14.99

Fresh from their 2009 Gramophone Editor’s Choice, Webber’s choir has put together an intriguing programme in which medieval works illuminate contemporary settings by some of the UK’s finest living composers. From the plangent innocence of Sweeney’s The Innumerable Christ to the shining antiphony of Burrell’s Creator of the Stars of Night, this selection will seduce and enchant. Caius, as we’ve come to expect, combine polish with verve, Webber’s meticulous attention to detail floodlit by the luminous acoustic of St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast.

Praise for Caius on Delphian:
‘ glittering precision … marvellous choral sheen’
— International Record Review, June 2009

‘ Geoffrey Webber’s choir sings with greater passion than most of its Oxbridge rivals’
— Classic FM Magazine


Track listing

1 Diana Burrell - Creator of the Stars of Night Listen
2 Judith Bingham - Annunciation
3 Stuart MacRae - Adam lay y-bounden
4 13th-c. English - Edi beo thu
5 Richard Causton -Cradle Song
6 Francis Pott -That yongë child
7 John Dunstaple - Quam pulchra es
8 Gabriel Jackson -Salus aeterna
9 16th-c. English - Salvator mundi Domine
10 Howard Skempton - To Bethlem did they go Listen
11 Judith Bingham - God would be born in thee
12 John Redford - Tui sunt caeli
13 Howard Skempton - Into this world, this day did come
14 William Sweeney - The Innumerable Christ Listen
15 12th-c. English - Verbum Patris umanatur Listen
16 Diana Burrell - Christo paremus cantica
17 Robin Holloway - Christmas Carol
18 15th-c. English - Nowell sing we
19 Judith Bingham - Incarnation with shepherds dancing
20 Gabriel Jackson - Nowell sing we Listen

Total playing time [75:28]

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