Rundfunkchor Berlin/Halsey: In Dulci Jubilo-German Christmas Songs from Five

Simon Halsey: In Dulci Jubilo-German Christmas Songs from Five

Rundfunkchor Berlin/Halsey: In Dulci Jubilo-German Christmas Songs from Five

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Title: In Dulci Jubilo-German Christmas Songs from Five
Artist: Rundfunkchor Berlin/Halsey
Label: Naxos
UPC: 4039956413103
Genre: Xmas Vocal

Christmas carols are such an essential part of the Advent and Christmas season that one might almost think they have existed since the birth of Christianity. They were by no means common from the beginning, however - Christmas itself is a relatively recent phenomenon, around 200 years younger than Easter. The earliest examples of Christmas carols are written either in Latin or a combination of Latin and German. Several of them are familiar to everyone: In Dulci Jubilo can be traced back to approximately 1335. Several other songs from existing collections have been known for centuries, although not always originally in German, such as the wonderfully mystical Es kommt ein Schiff Geladen (15th century), Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (1587 - the version by Michael Praetorius, to this day the loveliest, dates from 1609), and, of course, the familiar songs with texts translated.

1.1 In Dulci Jubilo
1.2 Der Morgenstern Ist Aufgedrungen
1.3 Wie Soll Ich Dich Empfangen
1.4 Frohlich Soll Mein Herze Springen
1.5 Ich Steh An Deiner Krippen Hier
1.6 Kindelein Zart, Von Guter Art
1.7 Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen
1.8 Und Unser Lieben Frauen Traum
1.9 Maria Durch Einen Dornwald Ging
1.10 Es Kommt Ein Schiff Geladen
1.11 Mit Ernst, O Menschenkinder
1.12 Gelobet Seist Du, Jesu Christ
1.13 Ubers Gebirg Maria Geht
1.14 Machet Die Tore Weit
1.15 Lobt Gott Ihr Christen Allzu Gleich
1.16 Macht Hoch Die TÜR
1.17 Kommet Ihr Hirten
1.18 Freut Euch, Ihr Lieben Christen
1.19 O Jesulein Zart
1.20 Frohlocket Ihr Volker Auf Erden
1.21 Tochter Zion
1.22 Herbei, O Ihr Glaub'gen
1.23 O Du Fröhliche
1.24 Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht

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