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Let It Snow!

Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Year: 2013
Singers: David Hurley (countertenor), Timothy Wayne-Wright (countertenor), Paul Phoenix (tenor), Christopher Bruerton (baritone), Christopher Gabbitas (baritone), Jonathan Howard (bass)
Oboe: Albrecht Mayer

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One of Germany s best-loved classical performers joins forces with a legendary close-harmony group for a winter-themed album to bring warmth to the dark months of the year: Albrecht Mayer & The King s Singers . The interplay of colours, melodies and harmonies between these performers enchant and delight in Baroque, classical and seasonal favorites

Mayer, the oboist with the magical tone, is renowned for the sublime singing quality of his playing. On Let It Snow the tone of his oboe blends magnificently with the silky sounds of a group that has been entertaining audiences across the globe since 1968

This specially chosen mixed-genre programme is woven around the theme of winter: snow, ice, fireplaces, sleigh rides, Christmas, New Year’s, Chanukkah

 

Track Listing

  1. Let It Snow Jule Styne 4:47
  2. Winter - The Four Seasons Antonio Vivaldi 2:30
  3. Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Michael Praetorius 3:35
  4. Jingle Bells James Lord Pierpoint 1:43
  5. What Child Is This Traditional 3:20
  6. Sinfonia Johann Sebastian Bach 5:08
  7. The Wildwood Carol John Rutter 3:16
  8. Frühlingstraum - Winterreise D.911 Franz Schubert 3:59
  9. Serenade dHiver Camille Saint-Saens 5:28
  10. Adagio Tomaso Albinoni 4:53
  11. Baby, Its Cold Outside Frank Loesser 4:53
  12. She Moved Through The Fair Traditional 6:30
  13. Aleih Neiri Chaim Parchi 3:52
  14. Suite No. 4 in D minor for Harpsichord, HWV 437 George Frideric Handel 2:04
  15. Jesus bleibet meine Freude from Cantata BMV 147 Johann Sebastian Bach 3:11
  16. The Little Drummer Boy Katherine K. Davis 3:11
  17. Abends will ich schlafen gehn from Hansel and Gretel Engelbert Humperdinck 4:07

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