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The Catholic Tradition Podcast: Episode 59

Dec 20, 2019

This can be a love letter to the nice English Christmas carols,
from “There Is No Rose” to “The Boar’s Head”.

Do you know that not simply any Christmas tune is a carol? The
true carol, in all its earthy splendor, is a particular product of
the Catholic center ages. But our forefathers didn’t restrict caroling
to Christmas: they wrote carols for each season of the 12 months
overlaying all the story of our Redemption, to not point out secular
subjects at occasions.

This episode explores the origin of carols in England, their
cultural which means, and the way they had been suppressed by the Puritans and
had been revived in trendy occasions. And naturally, you’ll hear a number of
nice music all through, starting from traditionally knowledgeable
efficiency to trendy preparations!


Erik Routley, The English Carol

Andrew Gant, The Carols of Christmas

All music on this episode used with permission from the
recording artist and/or label.

Agincourt Carol, Alamire

Nowell sing we each all and a few, Quire Cleveland

Gabriel From Heaven’s King, Quire Cleveland

A Virgin Most Pure, Stairwell Carolers

Coventry Carol, Harry Christophers and the Sixteen, out there on
the CORO report label at

Bedfordshire Might Carol, Shirley Collins

Bear in mind O Thou Man, The King’s Singers in mind-O-Thou-Man/dp/B073JZN754

Wassail (Gloucestershire Wassail, arr. Vaughan Williams), Quire

Inexperienced Progress the Holly, Early Music New York—Frederick Renz,

My Dancing Day, Robert Shaw Chorale

Drive the Chilly Winter Away, Owain Phyfe and the New World
Renaissance Band

Within the Bleak Midwinter, Quire Cleveland

Lullay My Liking (Holst), HSVPA Madrigal Singers (Houston, TX)

A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten), VOCES8

There isn’t any rose, Quire Cleveland

Because of all, however particularly to Ross W. Duffin for his
generosity with Quire Cleveland’s again catalogue!

Additionally beneficial:

A Waverly Consort Christmas: From East Anglia to

Different non-famous carols talked about: Seven
Virgins (The Leaves of Life); This Endris Evening; Tempus adest
floridum (Good King Wenceslas); Kingsfold (I heard the voice of
Jesus say); The Cherry Tree Carol; Masters In This Corridor; The Golden
Carol; Snow within the Road; New Prince, New Pomp

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