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A welcome break from Christmas pop music, and more varied than the standard choral fare, this collection includes 19th century disc and piano players, Victorian piano-accompanied songs, and brass ensembles, in addition to organ and choral pieces.

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Carols for a Victorian Christmas. Magdalen College Choir, Oxford Choir. CD: 1 Tracks: 24 Length: 1:03:35. CD 1. Recorded Sound Composer.

In a typical Victorian home, it was usually common to have a piano or an organ in one of the rooms which on Christmas day after Christmas dinner was served and presents were opened, everyone who was in the house used to gather around the piano as someone played and sing Christmas carols. Silent night was a well-known favourite that used to be sung within the Victorian era. Where caroling actually originated from was from the ancient English custom of travelling house to house as they sang to get the return of food

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Church Bells Recorded Sound 1:05
2 God rest you merry, gentlemen Christmas Traditional 3:39
3 Twas in the winter cold Christmas Traditional 3:14
4 Cantique de Noël Adolphe Adam 4:50
5 The Mistletoe Bow Christmas Traditional 1:49
6 O little town of Bethlehem Christmas Traditional 1:54
7 What shall we sing at Christmas? Christmas Traditional 4:24
8 Hark the herald angels sing Felix Mendelssohn 1:01
9 The Song of the Robin Redbreast Edmund Walters 1:37
10 In dulci jubilo Franz Liszt 1:43
11 We three Kings of Orient are John Henry Hopkins, Jr. 3:36
12 See amid the winter's snow Christmas Traditional 4:42
13 Sleep, Holy babe John Bacchus Dykes 3:22
14 Es ist ein Ros Johannes Brahms 2:32
15 Good King Wenceslas Christmas Traditional 1:04
16 Jesu, joy of man's desiring Johann Sebastian Bach 3:35
17 The Wassail Song Christmas Traditional 3:31
18 Landlord fill the flowing bowl Christmas Traditional 3:34
19 Good Christian men rejoice Christmas Traditional 1:41
20 O come all ye faithful John Francis Wade 1:01
21 Hallelujah George Frederick Handel 4:10
22 In dulci jubilo Johann Sebastian Bach 2:37
23 Auld Lang Syne Scottish Traditional 0:58
24 Church Bells Recorded Sound 1:26

Various Artists - Carols for a Victorian Christmas album download

Performer: Various Artists

Title: Carols for a Victorian Christmas

Duration: 01:03:05

Style: Vocal Music,Christmas

Genre: Holiday

Size MP3: 1597 mb

Size FLAC: 1573 mb

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The general public may think that Christmas carols have been around forever. Music lovers know that the Victorian Era is the source for most of the evergreen carols we still sing today."Carols for Victorian Christma"s captures some of the charms of the era. The disc presents both sacred and secular carols as they might have been heard in the late 1800’s. The choir of Magdalen College, Oxford performs favorites such as “We Three Kings,” “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” and “Good Christian Men, Rejoice.”The Harrogate Choral Society’s rendition of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” is charming in its directness and sincerity.The Fine Arts Brass Ensemble perform “O Little Town of Bethlehem” and “Landlord fill the Flowing Bowl.” Martin Souter, organist contributes a Brahms chorale prelude, “O Holy Night,” and other selections. The mix of organ and choir reinforces the impression of a Victorian church service.But the disc also includes a player piano plunking out "Auld Lang Syne." Vintage turn of the century disc players (large-scale music boxes) give us favorites such as “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” and “Good King Wenceslas.” And they also give us a sense of what holiday music might have sounded like in a comfortable upper-class home.And comfortable, I think, is the word that best describes this collection. Many of the selections are more than familiar. And they’re performed in a way that would have been familiar to Victorians – even those who never attended a classical music concert.
Madis
The general public may think that Christmas carols have been around forever. Music lovers know that the Victorian Era is the source for most of the evergreen carols we still sing today."Carols for Victorian Christma"s captures some of the charms of the era. The disc presents both sacred and secular carols as they might have been heard in the late 1800’s. The choir of Magdalen College, Oxford performs favorites such as “We Three Kings,” “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” and “Good Christian Men, Rejoice.”The Harrogate Choral Society’s rendition of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” is charming in its directness and sincerity.The Fine Arts Brass Ensemble perform “O Little Town of Bethlehem” and “Landlord fill the Flowing Bowl.” Martin Souter, organist contributes a Brahms chorale prelude, “O Holy Night,” and other selections. The mix of organ and choir reinforces the impression of a Victorian church service.But the disc also includes a player piano plunking out "Auld Lang Syne." Vintage turn of the century disc players (large-scale music boxes) give us favorites such as “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” and “Good King Wenceslas.” And they also give us a sense of what holiday music might have sounded like in a comfortable upper-class home.And comfortable, I think, is the word that best describes this collection. Many of the selections are more than familiar. And they’re performed in a way that would have been familiar to Victorians – even those who never attended a classical music concert.