A new recording of well loved and traditional carols for the festive season.
The timeless appealof this Christmas music is embodied in beautiful performances
of O come all ye faithful, Hark the herald angels sing, In the bleak mid-winter,
God rest ye merry, gentlemen and manyother favourites.
1 O come all ye faithful - Anon arranged D Willcocks
2 See amid the winter’s snow - J Goss arranged D Willcocks
3 Good King Wenceslas - Piae Cantiones arranged R Jaques
4 While shepherds watched - Christopher Tye (c.1505-1573)
5 Coventry carol 16th century - Traditional
6 Away in a manger - W J Kirkpatrick arranged D Willcocks
7 Once in royal David’s city - H J Gauntlett/AH Mann, arranged D Willcocks
8 The first Nowell  - Traditional
9 Good Christian men, rejoice - Traditional
10 We three kings of orient are - Traditional
11 The wassail song - Traditional
12 In the bleak midwinter - H Darke
13 In dulci jubilo - R L Pearsall
14 Long, long ago - Herbert Howells
15 Lullay, lullow: I saw a swete semly syght - Traditional
16 God rest ye merry, gentlemen - Traditional
17 What child is this? - Traditional
18 Hark the herald angels sing - F Mendelssohn, arranged D Willcocks
The Choir of Worcester College, Oxford
The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford
The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford
The Cherwell Singers


This collection of hits of the 50s from Ella Fitzgerald, ‘The First Lady of Song’,
epitomises that era. She was one of the most remarkable singers of her age and
an icon of the twentieth-century jazz scene. Passionate, expressive and fun – her
voice and these songs will effortlessly transport you back to that time.
1 I’ve Got The World On A String
2 Give A Little, Get A Little
3 Someone To Watch Over Me
4 Goody Goody
5 Taking A Chance On Love
6 I Wished On The Moon
7 Makin’ Whoopee
8 Nice Work If You Can Get It
9 Lullaby Of Birdland
10 Between The Devil And
The Deep Blue Sea
11 Old Devil Moon
12 Easy To Love
13 Anything Goes
14 Manhattan
15 This Can’t Be Love
16 Where Or When
17 You Brought A New Kind Of
Love To Me
18 Little White Lies
19 Blues In The Night
20 Fascinatin’ Rhythm
Original recordings 1950–1959


Immerse yourself in the golden era of jazz. Discover three decades of
wireless classics from some of the great jazz singers and composers,
including Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Glen Miller.
Your foot is sure to start tapping to these infectious rhythms from a
variety of jazz styles.

1. As Time Goes By - Dooley Wilson
2. Stormy Weather - Lena Horne
3. The one I love - Frank Sinatra
4. At last - Ray Eberle
5. April in Paris - Henry Hall
6. C'est si bon - Louis Armstrong
7. Love Letters - Ambrose
8. This Time It's Real - Ella Fitzgerald
9. Cheek to Cheek - Fred Astaire
10. The Very Thought of You - Al Bowlly
11. My Last Affair - Herbie Steward Quartet
12. Unforgettable - Nat King Cole


Timeless music evokes the tranquillity of a medieval abbey. Sung mainly by
girls’ voices accompanied by medieval instruments, this music creates
an atmosphere of calm reflection and showcases the extraordinary
creativity of Europe's cloistered orders.

1. O vos angeli
2. Studium divinitatis
3. O successores
4. Kyrie
5. O quam mirabilis
6. O viridissima
7. O orzchis ecclesia
8. Columba aspexit
9. O nobilissima viriditas
10. O pater omnium
11. Vos flores rosarum
12. Laus Trinitate
13. O Euchari
14. Ordo virtutum
15. Procession: In principio omnes
Abbess Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)
The Oxford Girls' Choir directed by Richard Vendome