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New Choral Music for 2018

Stream or download complete performances of new carols, anthems, and partsongs.

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Stream from SoundCloud, or Download two zipped file of mp3s:
Sacred and secular and Christmas and upper voice pieces

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Sacred and secular choral highlights 2018

O praise God in his sanctuary — Francis Jackson
Sanctus and Benedictus from Mass for All Saints — Gabriel Jackson
How can I keep from singing? — Sarah Quartel
O sing unto the Lord — Bob Chilcott
O clap your hands — David Bednall
Psalm 105 — Dominick DiOrio
Virga Jesse floruit — Michael Austin Miller
Stabat Mater — Will Todd
We Are Thy People — Bruce Greer

The Loving Memory — Cecilia McDowall
For Remembrance — Paul Drayton
The Soldier from Some corner of a foreign field — David Bednall
Silver swan — Bob Chilcott

More sweet than my refrain — Howard Skempton
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? — John Rutter
A Farewell — Elaine Hagenberg
Caution! from Health & Safety— Alan Bullard

Christmas and upper voice choral highlights 2018

I sing the birth was born tonight — Gabriel Jackson
Wexford Carol — Mack Wilberg
A Coventry Carol — Malcolm Archer
Mary's Child — Bob Chilcott
The Waiting Sky — Oliver Tarney
Angels, from the realms of glory — Will Todd
Suzi's Carol — John Rutter
Epiphany — Bob Chilcott
There is no rose of such virtue — Ethan McGrath
The world has waited long — Alan Bullard
Annunciation — Cecilia McDowall
Sussex Carol — Ian Crawford
Angels we have heard on high — Benjamin Harlan

Upper Voice
There is a flow'r — Malcolm Archer
Evening Hymn — Bob Chilcott
Come Home, Little Sister — Cecilia McDowall
The Birds' Lullaby — Sarah Quartel
Dancing in Memory's Stream — Bob Chilcott

For full track listings and further information, download the CD packaging artwork.

You can stream complete performances of hundreds of carols, anthems, and partsongs published in previous years from Soundcloud.