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The Choral World in Dublin

Aled Jones, joined by members of the RTE Philharmonic Choir, and Christ Church Cathedral Choir, takes a look at the choral world in Dublin. Also Gareth Malone chats about Wherever You Are, sung by the Military Wives which could be destined to reach Christmas Number One.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Michael McGlynn


    Performer: Anuna

    • Atlantic Celtic Heartbeat.
    • UND-53098.
  • Franz Schubert

    Gesang der Geister uber den Wassern D.714

    Conductor: Grete PEDERSEN Performer: Catherine BULLOCK (viola), Dan Styffe (double bass), Madelene Berg (viola), Ole Eirik Ree (cello), Oystein BIRKELAND (cello), NORWEGIAN SOLOISTS CHOIR

    • BIS.
    • SACD-1869.
  • Trad.

    The Holly and the ivy arr. for chorus by J. Dexter

    Conductor: James Last Performer: Choir of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin & James Last Orchestra

    • Polydor.
    • Polydor 8236692.
  • Herbert Howells

    A Maid Peerless

    Conductor: Judy MARTIN Performer: CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL DUBLIN CHOIR and Tristan RUSSCHER (piano)

    • SIGNUM.
    • SIGCD-151.
  • Sergey Rachmaninov

    The Bells [Kolokola] Op.35 - Lento & Presto

    Conductor: Alexander Anissimov Performer: IRISH RADIO PHILHARMONIC CHOIR, National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, Helen FIELD (soprano)

    • Naxos.
    • 8.-550805.
  • Andrew Hamilton

    Andrew Hamilton - Everything is Ridiculous

    Conductor: Paul Hillier Performer: National Chamber Choir Of Ireland

  • Ugis Praulins

    The Nightingale

    Conductor: Stephen LAYTON Performer: DANISH NATIONAL VOCAL ENSEMBLE, performer: Michala PETRI (recorder)

    • OUR Recordings.
    • 6220605.
  • Paul Mealor

    Wherever You Are

    Conductor: Gareth Moore Performer: The Military Wives Choir

    • Decca.
    • B006DWW4SA.


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