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2017 Calendar - Cambridge
Price: £6.99
Sale Price: £3.00
Savings: £3.99
Fotogenix Slim Cambridge 2017 calendar.

Elly Ameling, Janet Baker and Robert Tear singing with the Choir of King's College.
Cover of the Carols from King's DVD cover
Carols from King's
Price: £9.99
Never before has the story of carols, and their festive performance at
King's, been told. From 'Silent Night' to 'In Dulci Jubilo', here are the
stories behind the best loved carols.
Sir David Willcocks and Philip Ledger New release
Recorded in 2013

Enjoyed in millions of homes each Christmas eve, Carols from King’s is an enchanting hour and a half of choral worship, beginning with a lone chorister singing Once in Royal David’s City and concluding with the triumphant Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.

Forty-six carols, hymns amd seasonal anthems for mixed voices selected by Stephen Cleobury 20 traditional carols.
Christmas stocking with embroidered crest
Price: £25.00
Sale Price: £19.99
Savings: £5.01
Message inside reads: Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year
A Priory recording of the organ played by former King's College Organ Scholar, Daniel Hyde. 2006
Purple velvet stocking with the College crest embroidered near the top.  Approximately 20 inches long.
A collection of Christmas music sunf by the men of King's College Choir 20 traditional carols. Allergy advice
Contains milk, soya, wheat flour. May also contain traces of nuts. Suitable for vegetarians.
Only available to U.K. customers.
Favourite Carols from King's CD
Essential Carols
Price: £17.99
Compiled in 2005 Two discs New release. Recorded in 2014.
Twenty-five Christmas carols, including specially commissioned works by John Rutter and Bob Chilcott. 78:11mins.
It's Christmas Eve in Cambridge.
Join Fitz and Will, the Cambridge Cats, on a festive adventure,
which takes them to the famous carol service at King's College.
After a magical sleigh ride home,
Fitz and Will feel that Christmas has well and truly begun.