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O Come Let Us Adore Him

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  • Audio CD (9 Sep 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Herald
  • ASIN: B00002MXUF
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 710,032 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
The legendary Winchester cathedral Choir are well known for their splendid Christmas music and this CD now it seems sadly out of print really shows the choir at their peak in a wonderful array of Christmas Carols. It has fast become my favourite Christmas CD anmong the 50 or so that I now own. Every track is a joy to listen to and it makes the perfect companion for those quiet nights at home in the lead up to Christmas and is guaranteed to fill you with the Christmas spirit. I cannot ecommend this CD highly enough. Enjoy!
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Christmas won't be Christmas without Winchester 3 Feb 2003
By Yi-Peng - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This recent Winchester carol album is in my ears one of the finest Christmas efforts that this choir has produced in recent years. Under the inspired direction of David Hill, is presents a varied programme that mixes favourite and not-so-familiar carols with well-known and new arrangements. Compared to the other previous Winchester carol albums under David Hill, I find that this is just about the best of them, with a rich choral sound and expansive recording. And I also think that perhaps the arrangements are better on this album.
This album is similar to King's in that it also begins with Once in Royal David's City. The solo choirboy has a beautiful tone, and paves the way for the rest of the choir to join in. This results in an ethereal sound, which is also achieved on Hark! the Herald Angels Sing and the closing O Come, All Ye Faithful, on which the Waynflete Singers and the Resounding Brass augment the forces of the choir in a resplendent way indeed, down to the descants that owe something to David Willcocks. But these and other congregationsl carols are not the only standout tracks on this carol album. The choir is also able to shine alone in new arrangements of Unto Us is born a Son, Away in a Manger and Ding Dong Merrily on High, which are as listenable as the traditional arrangements that are usually heard in the Christmas repertories of Anglican collegiate church and cathedral choirs. This is mixed in with winning performances of Silent Night and the Sussex Carol (both arranged by Philip Ledger), the Sans Day Carol as arranged by John Rutter and In the Bleak Midwinter (by Harold Darke), among others. The choir produces a beautifully rich, expansive and cogent sound throughout, and David Hill knows how to achieve a beautiful sound at the right tempo. The recording quality is rich, sumptuous, atmospheric and clear.
In short, this is one of the best Christmas offerings from the Winchester Cathedral Choir, and it proves to us that like King's, Christmas will not be Christmas without them.
Love this! 30 May 2014
By Melissa Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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We listened to this when my daughter was a little girl. We still use the ornaments every year. I now buy them for new families.
love it! 26 Nov 2012
By L. Nilsen - Published on Amazon.com
This is so well done. We've been using adornaments for years and my kids can easily tell you the 12 names of Jesus in these songs. The short explanation before songs is a good reinforcement of what we talked about in our evening devotions with the adornaments. Our tape is lost so I'm replacing it to make sure my younger kids know these too (oldest is 18 yo). The teenagers don't seem to get as irritated with these kiddy songs as they do other children's scripture songs. I love that these aren't The Message or NIV. They're either NASB or ESV, can't remember. Their Prophecy Cards are also great for Christmas!
Awesome CD to go with book 5 Jan 2011
By annie - Published on Amazon.com
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I was given the book the adornaments to use in my Sunday School. THe CD went with the book and helped students remember the names given to Jesus and where to find them in the Bible.
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