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King's College Choir Spoken Word
A selection of music and spoken word on CD  which reflects King's College,Cambridge.

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Messiaen: La Nativité du Seigneur Byrd: Motets 再别康桥 (Second Farewell to Cambridge) KGS0031
Byrd: Motets
Price: £10.00
New Release
This item was released on 21st September 2018
New Release
This item was released on 16th March 2018.
New Release
This item was released on 26 January 2018
Love From King's by The King's Men Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem & Bernstein: Chichester Psalms (KGS0021) The King of Instruments: A Voice Reborn NEW RELEASE (KGS0020)
New Release
This item was released on 2nd February 2018.
New Release
This item will be released on 11 November 2017.
New Release

Stephen Cleobury organ

Released 16 June 2017

Tecchler’s Cello: from Cambridge to Rome (KGS0026) NEW RELEASE Bach: St John Passion (KGS0018) NEW RELEASE Photo of English Hymn Anthems from King's CD
New Release
This item was released on 8th September 2017.
New Release
Released on 7th April, 2017
New release
Released on 9 March 2015

Favourite Carols from King's CD Cover of the CD of Fauré's Requiem After Hours (KGS0006)
New release. Recorded in 2014.
Twenty-five Christmas carols, including specially commissioned works by John Rutter and Bob Chilcott. 78:11mins.
Released on September 15, 2014.

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The King's Men, Cambridge
Britten: Saint Nicolas; Hymn to St. Cecilia; Rejoice in the Lamb (KGS0003) Mozart Requiem: Realisations (KGS0002) Christmas at King's College Cambridge (Alto)
Hybrid SACD, SACD

Available now.
The Choir of King's College, the Academy of Ancient Music and some of the U.K.'s finest soloists present and in-depth account of of Mozart's Requiem.

(2013 release)
20 traditional carols.
Tudor Masters Byrd & Gibbon Choral Music of David Willcocks More Choral Favourites From King's
King's College Chapel Choir directed by Sir David Willcocks. Celebrating the works of Sir David Willcocks. Directors of Music Sir David Willocks, Sir Philip Ledger and Stephen Cleobury. Includes pieces by Bach, Rutter & Purcell.