Traditional Triduum in Toronto

Monday, 3 December 2018

Advent Music


0:00:00 | Hymn - O come, O come, Emmanuel
0:03:42 | O Sapientia (O Wisdom)
0:04:36 | John Rutter - There is a flower
0:08:44 | Elizabeth Poston - Jesus Christ the apple tree
0:11:40 | Herbert Howells - A Spotless Rose
0:14:48 | Harold Darke - In the bleak mid-winter
0:19:35 | John Joubert - There is no rose
0:21:48 | Hymn - Come, thou long-expected Jesus

0:23:50 | O Adonai (O Lord)
0:24:44 | Boris Ord - Adam lay ybounden
0:25:56 | John Rutter - I wonder as I wander
0:28:58 | Ralph Vaughan Williams - This is the truth sent from above
0:31:27 | Peter Warlock - Bethlehem Down
0:36:28 | Sergei Rachmaninoff - Bogoroditse Devo
0:39:37 | Orlando Gibbons - Hosanna to the Son of David
0:42:12 | Hymn - Come, thou Redeemer of the earth

0:46:02 | O Radix Jesse (O Root of Jesse)
0:46:55 | Anton Bruckner - Virga Jesse floruit
0:50:27 | David Willcocks - Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
0:52:24 | Johann Sebastian Bach - Komm, Jesu, komm (BWV 229)
1:00:27 | Edward Bairstow - Let all mortal flesh keep silence
1:03:31 | Barry Fergeson - People, look East
1:05:05 | Patrick Hadley - I sing of a maiden
1:08:14 | Felix Mendelssohn - Wo is der neugeborne Konig der
1:14:17 | Hymn - Creator of the starry height

1:14:17 | O Clavis David (O Key of David)
1:18:04 | Edgar Pettman - The Angel Gabriel
1:20:18 | Michael Praetorius arr. Pedersen - A great and mighty wonder
1:22:52 | Charles Villiers Stanford - Magnificat in A
1:28:57 | John Rutter - Hymn to the Creator of Light
1:34:55 | Orlando Gibbons - This is the record of John
1:39:33 | Carl Rütti - I wonder as I wander
1:41:36 | Peter Warlock - As dew in Aprylle
1:43:35 | Hymn - On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry

1:46:18 | O Oriens (O Dayspring)
1:47:14 | Peter Wishart - Alleluya, a new work Is come on hand
1:49:46 | Franz Biebl - Ave Maria
1:56:16 | Benjamin Britten - A Hymn of Saint Columba
1:58:15 | William Byrd - Vigilate
2:03:03 | Eriks Ešenvalds - O emmanuel
2:05:12 | Philip Ledger - A Spotless Rose
2:07:16 | Paul Manz - E'en so, Lord Jesus, quickly come
2:09:40 | Hymn - Hills of the North, rejoice

2:12:31 | O Rex Gentium (O King of the nations)
2:13:27 | Felix Mendelssohn - I waited for the Lord
2:17:54 | Edward Naylor - Vox dicentis: Clama
2:26:58 | Charles Parry - Never weather-beaten sail
2:30:04 | John Scott - Creator of the stars of night
2:33:39 | James Burton - Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
2:38:03 | Paul Comeau - Lux Mundi
2:43:39 | Orlando Gibbons - O Thou the central orb
2:47:58 | Hymn - Wake, O wake! With tidings thrilling

2:50:51 | O Emmanuel (O With Us is God)
2:51:41 | James MacMillan - Laudi alla vergine Maria
2:58:47 | Peter Phillips - Alma redemptoris mater
3:02:20 | Timothy Salter - Out of your sleep
3:04:51 | Philip Stopford - There is no rose
3:08:46 | Alan Bullard - Glory to the Christ Child
3:11:11 | Malcolm Archer - The Linden Tree Carol
3:13:07 | Hymn - Lo, he comes with clouds descending

3:18:31 | Benjamin Britten - A hymn to the Virgin
3:22:04 | Francisco Guerrero - Canite tuba
3:26:52 | James Long - Vigilate
3:30:55 | Robert Parsons - Ave Maria
3:36:27 | Giovanni Palestrina - Fuit homo missus a Deo
3:39:40 | Ian Shaw - Adam lay ybounden
3:41:33 | David Bednall - Noe, noe

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

David,

Thank you for these songs even though due to my hearing loss I can no longer enjoy them, except through memories. BUT, others can.

God Bless You.


Karl

NBW said...

Thank you so much for sharing, Vox! What an awesome list!

Anonymous said...

Awesome list! Thanks!!

Beth Mocko said...

Beautiful! Takes me back when i was younger and the faith was thriving.

Lover of the Truth only said...

Dear Vox,
Sorry this comment is late in coming to express my grattittude to you, for your blog but right now for this entry.

I meant to thank you as soon as you posted this beuatiful Glorious collection!.May I thank you now? and I must add, what a beautiful, loving joyful tribute To the Coming of Our Lord Savior and King Jesus Christ. What a beuatiful tribute on your part for all to enjoy as well to the beginning to Advent. How kind of you.I am sure it pleases Our Lord in Heaven and makes Him smile as well as Our Blessed Mother.
I remember when one used to be able to hear your Sacred music selction when one went to your blog, and what a gift that was.

This is also such a Blessed gift. Heavenly, to the point I cry listening to many of them because of the sheer Sacred nature of whom they are for and/or inspired by, and the sheer magnificent beauty of this Advent music that is breathtaking and the superb deliverance, by the singers and musicians. Thank you again...belated as it is.
May God Bless and keep you and yours and may Our Blesed Virgin Mother and Queen Mary watch over you and yours and protect you always under Her Mantle of Protection from any who mean any ill will.

Frances W.

Vox Cantoris said...

Dear Frances,

Thank you for your very kind words, thoughts and prayers.

The old music player changed and began to include advertising which I could not control. This is a better way to include music if I can find the right compilations.

God bless you for a very blessed Advent

David

Unknown said...

That's the music that will be played in Heavens

Fred