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Wolcum Yule - Andrew Lawrence-King (psaltery); Andrew Lawrence-King (baroque harp); Andrew Lawrence-King (irish harp); Anonymous 4; Jacqueline Horner (vocals); Johanna Rose (vocals); Marsha Genensky (vocals); Susan Hellauer (vocals)
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  1. Awake and join the cheerful choir (English)
  2. The Wexford Carol ("Good People All, This Christmastime") (Enniscorthy Carol) (Irish)
  3. The Seven Rejoices of Mary (An chéad shuáilce fuair an Mhaighdeon Bheannaithe)
  4. The Lamb, for chorus
  5. A Scots Lilt (My Lady Binnis Lilt), for harp (after the Wemyss Lute Book)
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  1. Awake and join the cheerful choir (English)
  2. The Wexford Carol ("Good People All, This Christmastime") (Enniscorthy Carol) (Irish)
  3. The Seven Rejoices of Mary (An chéad shuáilce fuair an Mhaighdeon Bheannaithe)
  4. The Lamb, for chorus
  5. A Scots Lilt (My Lady Binnis Lilt), for harp (after the Wemyss Lute Book)
  6. Balulalow ("I come from hevin to tell") (Scottish)
  7. Balulalow, for chorus
  8. The Holly and the Ivy (English)
  9. The Reel of Tullochgorum
  10. I Saw Three Ships, carol
  11. A Calendar of Kings, for 4 voices
  12. On a Cold Winter's Day, carol (Irish)
  13. An teicheadh go hÉigipt (Flight into Egypt)
  14. A god, and yet a man?
  15. Green groweth the holly, carol
  16. Wel, dyma'r borau gorau (Welsh)
  17. The Cherry Tree Carol
  18. Can wassel (Wassail Song) ("Nadelek yu gyllys h'an bledhen") (Cornish)
  19. Friday Afternoons, children's songs (12) for children's chorus & piano, Op. 7: A New Year Carol
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It is difficult to imagine a better celebration of the immense spiritual and historical richness of Yuletide than this multi-faceted and deeply rewarding disc. Accompanied by Andrew Lawrence-King, who plays the Irish harp, Baroque harp, and psaltery with exquisite grace and refined expressiveness, the crystalline voices of the Anonymous 4 weave an extraordinary sonic tapestry and blend to always maintain the right balance and phrasing, their fey voices conjuring up the timeless beauty of a magical holiday. Featuring Celtic ...

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