This CD is a document over the Swedish choir Nicolai Kammarkör long tradition of concerts around Christmas and Advent. Every year for 30 years the choir and its leader Christian Ljunggren presented a varied program of Sacred songs and other music connected with the Advent time. The program for this CD is a selection of pieces sung through the years and the recordings are from different concerts during the whole period 1980-2009, with several great guest soloists and ensembles.

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1. Christian Ljunggren (arr): Gläd dig du Kristi brud, folklig koral 3’00
2. Georg Friedrich Händel (arr. Anders Öhrwall): Dotter Sion 2’55
3. Georg Friedrich Händel (arr. Christian Ljunggren): Dagen är nära 3’45
4. Ludvig Norman: Rosa Rorans bonitatem 7’15
5. Michael Thorn (f. 1950): Dance Piece 5’20
6. Johann Christian Bach: Magnificat 5’25
7. Anders Öhrwall (arr): Gammal fäbodpsalm, folklig koral 4’45
8. Anders Öhrwall (arr): Nu haver denna dag, folklig koral 3’10
9. Johann Sebastian Bach:”Gloria patri” ur Kantat nr 191 4’42
10. Staffan Biörklund-Jullander: Improvisation över ”Bereden väg för Herran” (SvPs 103) 6’15
11. Anders Öhrwall (arr): Bereden väg för Herran, folklig koral 3’15
12. Abbé Vogler: Hosianna 1’55
13. Felix Mendelssohn: Hear my Prayer 10’25
14. César Cui (1835-1918): Jungfru Maria lovsång 9’45
15. Cyrillus Kreek, (arr) (1889-1962): Mu süda ärka üles 1’40
16. Cyrillus Kreek (arr): Kuis pean vastu vötma 1’20
17. Otto Olsson (1879-1964): Advent 3’20

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