The Christmas concerts of Chanticleer are an institution in the USA, and international tours and recordings have made the brilliant male-voice ensemble, based in San Francisco, familiar to audiences all over the world. As Gramophone has written, "Chanticleer, it seems, can sing just about anything," and Chanticleer sings Christmas bears that out, embracing traditional carols and gospel numbers, plainsong, European and Mexican music of the 16th and 17th centuries, and composers and arrangers of the present day.
The Christmas concerts of Chanticleer are an institution in the USA, and international tours and recordings have made the brilliant male-voice ensemble, based in San Francisco, familiar to audiences all over the world. As Gramophone has written, "Chanticleer, it seems, can sing just about anything," and Chanticleer sings Christmas bears that out, embracing traditional carols and gospel numbers, plainsong, European and Mexican music of the 16th and 17th centuries, and composers and arrangers of the present day.
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Chanticleer Sings Christmas (Dig)
Artist: Chanticleer
Format: CD
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1. Plainsong Quem Terra, Pontus Æthera
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2. Jakob Handl (Known As "Gallus") (1550-1591) Canite Tuba in Sion
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3. Tom√°s Luis de Victoria (1548-1611) Ne Timeas Maria
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4. Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612) Dixit Maria Ad Angelum Ensemble: Gerrod Pagenkopf, Logan Shields, Adam Ward, Kory Reid, Matthew Maz
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5. Peter Philips (C. 1560-1628) Gaudens Gaudebo
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6. Carol, Trad. American, Arr. Robert Shaw (1916-1999) and Alice Parker (B. 1925) Away in a Manger
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7. William Byrd (C. 1539-1623) Ecce Virgo Concipiet
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8. Jacob Regnart (1540-1599) Ave Regina Caelorum
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9. Lewis Redner (1831-1908) Verses 1 and 2; William Fred Scott (B. 1953) Verse 3; Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Verse 4 O Litt
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10. Trad. Canadian, Arr. Mark Sirrett (B. 1952) D'o√Ļ Viens-Tu, Berg√®re? Soloist: Gerrod Pagenkopf 1
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11. Trad. Spanish, Arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker Hacía Belén Va Un Burrico Soloist: Matthew Knickman 1
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12. Trad. Spanish, Arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker la Virgen Lava Pa√Īales Soloist: Adam Ward 1
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13. Nicolas Saboly (1614-1675), Arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker Touro-Louro-Louro! 1
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14. Michael Praetorius (1571-1621), Arr. Harry Christophers (B. 1953) Quem Pastores Laudavere Quartet: Gerrod Pagenkopf, Adam Ward,
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15. Pierre de Manchicourt (C. 1510-1564) Reges Terrae 1
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16. Carol, Trad. German, Arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker Susanni, Susanni 1
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17. Jaakko Mäntyjärvi (B. 1963) Staffan Var en Stalledräng 1
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18. Trond Kverno (B. 1945) Corpus Christi Carol Soloists: Cortez Mitchell, Andy Berry 1
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19. Steven Sametz (B. 1954) Gaudete, from "Two Medieval Lyrics" 2
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20. Rosephanye Powell (B. 1962) a Christmas Medley Soloists: Matthew Mazzola, Cortez Mitchell, Brian Hinman 2
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21. Anonymous, Arr. Piotr Nawrot (B. 1955) Dulce Jes√ļs M√≠o Soloist: Cortez Mitchell
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The Christmas concerts of Chanticleer are an institution in the USA, and international tours and recordings have made the brilliant male-voice ensemble, based in San Francisco, familiar to audiences all over the world. As Gramophone has written, "Chanticleer, it seems, can sing just about anything," and Chanticleer sings Christmas bears that out, embracing traditional carols and gospel numbers, plainsong, European and Mexican music of the 16th and 17th centuries, and composers and arrangers of the present day.