I Saw Three Ships - Choir Of Kings College, Cambridge* - Carols From Kings (CD)

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  1. A Carol for Christmas: Competition Winners Announced The winner of the category 4, for The King’s Singers, is Clive Smith from Essex, also using the text I Saw Three Ships. Through his inclusive approach he promotes music for all, directing music festivals and composing and arranging works for choirs, orchestras and instrumental groups.
  2. Choir Of Kings College Cambridge - Christmas Carols This is a lovely Album, there is nothing nicer than listening to this CD whilst making the mince pies for Christmas. It makes me think of christmas gone by, christmas to come, it is a pure listening nforofputpucoubetdoiceseamnasasuch.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. (Once in royal Davids city (harm. A. H. Mann; descant Willcocks). Sullivan; descant Willcocks). the herald angels sing. I sing of a maiden. The Three Kings. Sussex Carol (On Christmas night all Christians sing).Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. King's College Choir - Ding Dong Merrily on High (Conducted by Sir David Willcocks) () King's College Choir - I Saw Three Ships (Conducted by Sir David Willcocks) () King's College Choir - In the Bleak Midwinter (Conducted by Sir David Willcocks) ()
  5. – Choir Of Magdalen College,Oxford* Good King Wenceslas: 2 – South Oxfordshire Young Singers* Away In A Manger: 3 – Choir Of Magdalen College,Oxford* I Saw Three Ships: 4 – Choir Of Magdalen College,Oxford* The Coventry Carol: 5 – Harrogate Choral Society: While Shepherds Watched: A Medieval Christmas 6.
  6. The King's Christmas Collection contains four albums from the Choir of King's College, Cambridge-- Favorite Carols, A Festival of Lessons and Carols, An Advent Procession with Carols, Christmas Music -- in one box nforofputpucoubetdoiceseamnasasuch.coinfo a few of these albums were out of print for several years prior to this release, the box set was welcome indeed, even if longtime fans will likely own many of the.
  7. I saw three ships (arr. Ledger) - By Choir of King's College, Cambridge/Sir Philip Ledger 5. It came upon the midnight clear (adapted & arr. Sullivan; descant Willcocks) - By Choir of King's College, Cambridge/John Wells/Sir David Willcocks/5(14).
  8. The publication of Christmas music books in the 19th century helped to widen the popular appeal of carols. The first appearance in print [citation needed] of "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen", "The First Noel", "I Saw Three Ships" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" was in William Sandys' collection Christmas Carols, Ancient and nforofputpucoubetdoiceseamnasasuch.coinfoers such as Arthur Sullivan helped to repopularise.

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