King's College Choir Cambridge FLAC album
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The King's College Choir is a British choir. It is considered one of today's most accomplished and renowned representatives of the great English choral tradition.
Every Christmas Eve, millions of people tune in to watch the choir’s A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from King’s – a service which has been continuously broadcast since 1928. Recorded in 1994, this reissue joins the group’s already extensive discography of Christmas music – recordings that have enhanced its worldwide fame and reputation.
King's College Choir. The Music of King's: Choral Favourites from Cambridge. A celebration of choral music throughout the ages and around the world. Find out more about what it’s like being a Chorister at King’s and how to audition to join the Choir on our Choristers pages. Twitter King's College home. The King's College record label has release a new double album of music by Herbert Howells, featuring the Cello Concerto and An English Mass. You are also very welcome to direct your support to King's Voices, the College's mixed choir, or to inquire about supporting music at the College.
The King's College Choir is arguably the most widely known of England's university choirs, heard in the annual Christmas Eve Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.
King's College Choir of Cambridge Artistfacts. comIn the early 80's having seen the film "Chariots of Fire"; it occurred to me, as "Jerusalem" was being sung, that the music of the song and the opening music of the movie theme were the SAME(!), only played at different speeds. I took my "Chariots of Fire" 33 RPM album and played it at 45 RPM; and sure enough it was the same music. Bob from Southfield, MiEmerson, Lake and Palmer do a killer version of this to open the album "Brain Salad Surgery". Mike from Rochester, NyThe lyric "Bring me my chariot of fire" inspired the title of the film Chariots of Fire. A church congregation sings "Jerusalem" at the close of the film.