Christmas Songbook

£12.00

World-renowned a cappella group The King’s Singers follow their recent Great American Songbook album with the Christmas equivalent, on a disc that pays homage to the group’s roots whilst acknowledging their current passion for swing.

Traditional favourites such as “The holly and the ivy,” “In the bleak midwinter,” and the beautiful Austrian carol “Still, Still, Still,” jockey for position amongst modern-day classics like “Winter Wonderland,” “Frosty the Snowman” and “Sleigh Ride.” All are presented in new arrangements by some of the group’s favourite arrangers: Berty Rice, Keith Roberts and Alexander L’Estrange.

There’s an infectious sense of glee… To say it’s what you would expect from this dexterous ensemble is recommendation enough – Choir and Organ

SKU: SIGCD459
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The King’s Singers


RELEASE DATE: 14/10/2016
CATALOGUE NUMBER: SIGCD459
BARCODE: 635212045923

1. Santa Claus is Coming to Town John F. Coots, arr. Alexander L’Estrange 

2. In the Bleak Midwinter Gustav Holst, arr. Alexander L’Estrange

3. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Meredith Wilson, arr. Alexander L’Estrange

4. Still, Still, Still Traditional, arr. Alexander L’Estrange

5. Carol of the Bells Peter J Wilhousky, arr. Keith Roberts 

6. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear Richard Storrs Willis, arr. Robert Rice 

7. Frosty vs. Rudolph: the Re-boot Walter Rollins / Steve Nelson / Johnny Marks, arr. Robert Rice

8. White Christmas Irving Berlin, arr. Robert Rice 

9. Ding Dong! Merrily on High Traditional, arr. Robert Rice

10. The First Nowell Traditional, arr. Robert Rice

11. Sleigh Ride Mitchell Parrish, arr. Alexander L’Estrange 

12. The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot Michael Carr / Tommie Connor / Jimmy Leach, arr. Alexander L’Estrange

13. Silent Night Franz Xavier Gruber, arr. Keith Roberts 

14. Winter Wonderland Felix Bernard, arr. Alexander L’Estrange 

15. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Hugh Martin, arr. Keith Roberts 

16. We Wish You a Merry Christmas Traditional, arr. Alexander L’Estrange

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