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Combined Choirs - Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral album

Combined Choirs - Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral
  • Released: 1977
  • Style: Religious
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1953 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1710 mb
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Complete your Combined Choirs collection.

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Brecon Cathedral’s Children’s Corner was officially opened this morning, with the help of children from the neighbouring Priory Church in Wales Prima. ead full post . Auditions for Brecon Cathedral Choir.

Places Brecon Community s organisation Brecon Cathedral. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. 31 March at 01:48 ·. Brecon Cathedral Choirs. 30 March at 16:07 ·. The Liturgy for Good Friday presents four very special works: Victoria Passion, Sanders Reproaches, Ouseley O Saviour of the world, and Lotti Crucifixus. It was the Chrism service at Brecon Cathedral today, led by Archbishop John. Here are some photos from the service.

Brecon Cathedral Choirs, Brecon. Religious organisation. We enjoyed welcoming new children to Junior Choir at Brecon Cathedral - the children participated in breathing techniques and became aware of their posture. 7 May at 17:41 · Brecon, United Kingdom ·. Public. We are looking forward to singing Ian King's motet, We beseech thee O Lord at the Eucharist this Sunday (12 May) at 1. 0.

Brecon Cathedral, (Welsh: Eglwys Gadeiriol Aberhonddu) in the town of Brecon, Powys, is the cathedral of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon in the Church in Wales and seat of the Bishop of Swansea and Brecon. Previously the church of Brecon Priory and then the Parish Church of St John the Evangelist, it became Brecon Cathedral following the disestablishment of the Church in Wales in 1920 and the creation of the diocese in 1923.

The Brecon Beacons features incredible natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage. It's a destination for all seasons, with National Trails, festivals and pretty spa and market towns. The Brecon Beacons doesn’t only serve up spectacular scenery and nature (though it has that in spades). It’s also home to arts, activities, culture and some of the world’s most unusual sports. Here are a few Beacons experiences that should be on your radar. Launched in 2004, the Penderyn Distillery at the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons was the first new whisky distillery in Wales in over a century. Fast forward to today, and it’s a globally-recognised brand that’s landed numerous awards for its stellar single-malts. Its visitor centre is also an award-winner, giving some fascinating insights into the whisky-making process (plus an opportunity to sample some of the product).

Before Christmas the tradition was to decorate homes with fresh mistletoe and holly; mistletoe to protect the home from evil and holly as a symbol of eternal life. Y NADOLIG (Christmas): The custom in many parts of Wales was to attend a very early church service known as Plygain (daybreak), between 3am. and 6am. Men gathered in rural churches to sing, mainly unaccompanied, three or four part harmony carols in a service that went on for three hours or so. The custom managed to survive in many country areas, and because of its simplicity and beauty is being revived in many others

Advent and Christmas at St Paul's Cathedral. London’s iconic St Paul's Cathedral again hosted its annual series of carols, services and recitals. Whether you were attending with kids for the annual Family Carol Service, reflecting on the true meaning of Christmas at Eucharist services, or enjoying a traditional carol concert, you could soak up the incredible acoustics of Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece during Christmas in London. Christmas carols and concerts at St. Choral works, classical recitals and carol concerts combined as part of the annual Christmas Festival at the Westminster concert venue, where Benjamin Britten once sang with his school choir. Christmas at Westminster Abbey. Our Christmas tree has been blessed by the Dean and is lit!

Songs from Christmas Choirs by Canterbury Choir, Choirs Around The World. Free download and listen Christmas Choirs. Artists: Canterbury Choir.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1a Fanfares
Written-By – David Gedge
A1b Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Arranged By – D. Willcocks*
A2 The Angel Gabriel From God
Arranged By – Harrison OxleyWritten-By – Traditional
A3 'Reading' - Epistle To The Galatians, Chapter 4, Verses 4-7
Read By – The Bishop Of Swansea And Brecon*
A4 O Little Town Of Bethlehem
Conductor – Malcolm JohnsWritten-By – H. Walford Davies
A5 Ar Gyfer Heddiw'r Bore (It Was On This Glad Morning)
Arranged By, Conductor – W. Rees LewisWritten-By – Traditional
A6 Away In A Manger
Arranged By – D. Willcocks*
A7 Song Of The Nuns Of Chester
Arranged By – J.H. Arnold*
A8 The Holly And The Ivy
Arranged By – M. Shaw*
A9 Of The Father's Heart Begotten
Arranged By – D. Willcocks*
B1 See Amid The Winter'S Snow
Written-By – J. Goss*
B2 The First Nowell
Arranged By – D. Willcocks*
B3 As I Outrode
Arranged By – Thurston Dart
B4 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Written-By – J. Stainer*
B5 Deck The Hall (Welsh Carol "Nos Galon")
Arranged By – Routley*
B6 Sans Day Carol
Arranged By – Rutter*
B7 A Babe Is Born I Wys
Written-By – Bainton*
B8 Reading - "The Second Coming"
Read By – The Bishop Of Swansea And Brecon*Written-By – W.B. Yeats*
B9a Fanfares
Written-By – David Gedge
B9b O Come all Ye Faithful
Arranged By – D. Willcocks*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Brecon Cathedral, Wales

Credits

  • Advisor [Technical Advisor] – David Frost
  • Bells – The Bell Ringers Of Brecon Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Brecon*
  • Choir – The Choir Of Brecon Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Brecon*, The Cathedral Singers, Brecon, The Children's Choir Of Llangasty And Pennorth, The Choir Of All Saints Church, Oystermouth, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Cockett, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Pontardawe
  • Conductor – David Gedge
  • Engineer – Mike Mailes*, Stan Goodall*
  • Organ – Hazel Davies
  • Producer – Raymond Ware
  • Read By [Readings By] – Absalom Thomas, Bishop Of Swansea And Brecon*, The Right Reverend John James*
  • Timpani – Laurence Jones
  • Trumpet [1st Trumpet] – Anthony Small
  • Trumpet [2nd Trumpet] – Kenneth Clewlow
  • Trumpet [3rd Trumpet] – Vernon Morris

Notes

℗1971

"A QUALITON recording, released for its members in Australia by World Record Club."

Australian WRC 2nd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Blue cover, no laminate strip down the back of the right side of the sleeve. "R 02242" on sleeve, "R-02242" on labels. The spine gives the artist as "Combined Choirs".

World Record Club: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): SQUAD108-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): SQUAD108-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - stamped): SQUAD 108 A YDECX 1440
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - stamped): SQUAD 108 B YDECX 1441

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SQUAD 108 Various Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral ‎(LP, Album) Qualiton SQUAD 108 UK 1971
C 02242 The Choir Of Brecon Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Brecon*, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Cockett, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Pontardawe, The Choir Of All Saints Church, Oystermouth, The Children's Choir Of Llangasty And Pennorth, The Cathedral Singers, Brecon , Conducted By David Gedge . Readings By The Right Reverend John James* . Absalom Thomas, Bishop Of Swansea And Brecon* The Choir Of Brecon Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Brecon*, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Cockett, The Choir Of St. Peter's Church, Pontardawe, The Choir Of All Saints Church, Oystermouth, The Children's Choir Of Llangasty And Pennorth, The Cathedral Singers, Brecon , Conducted By David Gedge . Readings By The Right Reverend John James* . Absalom Thomas, Bishop Of Swansea And Brecon* - Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral ‎(Cass, Album, Club) World Cassette Club C 02242 Australia 1975
R-02242, R. 02242 Various Christmas In Wales At Brecon Cathedral ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club R-02242, R. 02242 Australia 1975

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