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Christmas Night: Carols of the Nativity

Album Description
An incredible collection of 22 carols, old and new, including I Wonder As I Wander, Away In A Manger, O Tannenbaum, and In Dulci Jubilo. “In the field of choral Christmas CDs, Christmas Night shines brightest of all.” David Vernier – Classics
“The theme of this album is the birth of Christ, reflected in the words and music of 22 carols spanning more than six centuries.” This description might also say that the program contains some of the … More >>

Christmas Night: Carols of the Nativity

  • Anonymous posted: 03 Nov at 11:59 am

    This CD contains the usual Rutter mix of gorgeous traditional treatments with a few incredibly schlocky arrangements. Fortunately, I can just leave the schlock off my iPod playlist (otherwise I’d return the CD).

    The real letdown is my own fault: I didn’t notice that “In the Bleak Midwinter” is the Darke version, not Holst. Ugh. If only the RealAudio samples had stretched one song further down the song list.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • Ann Marinus posted: 03 Nov at 1:11 pm

    In my opinion this is the most impressive, sensitive and musically Christmas recording. Rutter’s arrangements are a jewel and the Cambridge Singers are superb. This is a must have for everyone with a quality musical taste, sometimes joyful, sometimes melancholic, the space between a smile and a tear.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Anonymous posted: 03 Nov at 1:38 pm

    This collection by the deservedly well-respected Cambridge Singers, under the direction of John Rutter and accompanied by the City of London Sinfonia, is the perfect thing to listen to on Christmas Eve as you reflect on the holiday. The CD includes a good variety of carols from various centuries and countries. The choir sings beautifully, as one might expect a choir should sing; the new or casual choral fan need not be intimidated by these vocalists. I would recommend the Cambridge Singers’ Christmas Day in the Morning compilation as a complimentary CD.
    P.S. The booklet contains the words, should you feel inclined to sing along, but you’ll probably just want to sit back and relax as you imagine sitting in a small candle-lit cathedral.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Edward C. Raffetto posted: 03 Nov at 2:59 pm

    Recommended for everyone to have since secularized “popular” Christmas music is repeated endlessly from mid November to 25 December with dreary lyrics and superficial performance. Carols of the Nativity is immensely better.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • BookBee posted: 03 Nov at 5:55 pm

    This is my favorite Christmas album. It is soft and exquisitely beautiful.

    It evokes all of the peace one feels on a cold Christmas Eve night with the stars shining and the noise and bustle all quieted. The songs are timeless and exquisitely sung. Particulary if you prefer Christmas to be a religious holiday with traditions you should enjoy this CD. My family do not think it is Christmas without hearing as we travel to/from church on Christmas Eve.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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