A really beautiful and unusual Christmas CD, lacking most of the usual torn songs and thus creating a fantastic sensation of Xmas - Hägersten Chamber Choir and the soloist Susanne Rydén together with their conductor Kerstin Börjeson have chosen a real gourmet program, with music from many countries, times and styles with soli, full choir, children´s choir, girl´s choir, brass ensemble, organ, flutes and percussion.

Hear music by Prætorius, Hillerud, Nordqvist, Olsson, Britten, Reger, Gardner, Samuelsson and more. This is an indeed fresh Christmas treat in an often over-snowed genre that here gets a total musical makeover!

Hägersten Chamber Choir
Susanne Rydén, soprano
Kerstin Börjeson, conductor

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  Chrismas set of songs:5´30
    Veni, veni Emmanuel  
    Gladelig sjunge vi  
    In dulci jubilo  
    Gladelig sjunge vi  
  Jul, jul, strålande jul 2´35
  En jungfru födde ett barn i dag 2´59
  Gammal julvisa: Guds son är född 4´37
  Wolcum Yole! 1´28
  This Little Babe 1´39
  Lullay: I Saw/Coventry Carol 4´58
  Marias vaggsång 2´38
  Till Betlehem mitt hjärta 3´36
  Det brinner en stjärna 3´29
  Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day1´50
  God morgon mitt herrskap 1´35
  Stjärngossar 2´03
  Jord och himmel, fröjden er1´34
  Joseph est bien marié 3´25
  Il est né1´42
  I Wonder as I Wander2´41
  När det lider mot jul (Det strålar en stjärna)2´48
    total: 51´18

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