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A Spotless Rose

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  1. Taugore
    A Spotless Rose is one of Howells’s most well-known and enduring works, a tender, if somewhat slight unaccompanied choral piece that encompasses much of Howells’s early choral writing and points towards the glories of Collegium Regale and beyond.
  2. Kazuru
    A Spotless Rose has become a favourite carol: it is sung in churches and chapels around the world at Christmastide. Furthermore, there are some 47 recordings of this carol listed in the Arkiv Catalogues. Perhaps it is the clever balance of the parts and the introduction of an important baritone solo that gives this carol its distinctive character?Author: John France.
  3. Samujind
    A spotless Rose is blowing, Sprung from a tender root, Of ancient seers' foreshowing, Of Jesse promised fruit; Its fairest bud unfolds to light And in the dark midnight, Amid the winter cold, A spotless Rose unfolds. The Rose which I am singing, Whereof Isaiah said, Is from its sweet root springing, In Mary, purest Maid; For, through our God's great love and might, And in the dark midnight.
  4. Dusar
    Jan 01,  · Spotless Rose: Phoenix Chorale, Charles Bruffy, Chandos CHSA (). This also contains hymns to the Virgin Mary, but only contemporary music. The only overlap is the eponymous 'Spotless Rose' by Herbert Howells. Scattered Rhymes: Orlando Consort, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Paul Hillier, Harmonia Mundi HMU ().4/5(4).
  5. Kagashakar
    Listen audio A wonderful addition to the Christmas repertoire, this setting of "A Spotless Rose" comes to us from Australian composer Graeme Morton. Morton's music has been embraced by the musicians at St. Olaf and featured at their renowned Christmas Festival. Very suitable for advanced high school choirs as well as church and community choirs.
  6. Nicage
    A spotless Rose is blowing, Sprung from a tender root, Of ancient seers' foreshowing, Of Jesse promis'd fruit; Its fairest bud unfolds to light Amid the cold, cold winter, And in the dark midnight. The Rose which I am singing, Whereof Isaiah said, Is from its sweet root springing In Mary, purest Maid; For through our God's great love and might.
  7. Arashibei
    A Spotless Rose. Words: Es Ist Ein Ros,15th Century German carol, Translator Catherine Winkworth, See: Notes Concerning The Hymn. See also Christmas Poems of Catherine Winkworth. Selections from the first and second series of Lyra Germanica. A spotless Rose is blowing Sprung from a tender root, Of ancient seers’ foreshowing, Of Jesse promised fruit;Its fairest bud unfolds to light Amid the .

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