More carillon bells from the National Carillon in Canberra, Australia played by Joan Chia.
This collection of songs (here without words) are pieces normally associated with Christmas. But a good tune is a good tune, so for me they should be played / heard whenever one feels like it.
Christmas at the Sydney Town Hall, presented annually by the City of Sydney, originated in 1978 when Robert Ampt was appointed the fourth Sydney City Organist. Since then the structure and content of this event has evolved into one of Sydney’s major Christmas celebrations.
The Choir Of Ormond College here sings several carols long held in affection around the world but adds to these with newer works accompanied by renowned Australian pianist, Stephen McIntyre.
Elizabeth Anderson and friends put a new twist into Christmas carols and CDs: eight Christmas tracks neatly packaged as a Christmas card with a vibrant front cover and room for a personal inscription.
Christmas songs for mandolin orchestra. Arguably Australia's most acclaimed mandolinist, Kurt Jensen performs an international programme of sparkling and entertaining Christmas carols.
Elizabeth Koch and Suzanne Handel. A superb collection of popular Christmas carols and songs, arranged for the charming combination of flute and harp.
The Choir of Ormond College presents a wonderfully varied selection of Christmas carols, 28 joyous tracks in all. Directed by Douglas Lawrence
A Melbourne-based choir led by Faye Dumont. Variety and finesse is clearly part of their charter.
There is great variety in which people at different times and in different parts of the world spend Christmas. The more we know of Christmas, in former times and throughout the world, the better we can understand the Christmas message.
Arranged and conducted by Christopher Willcock, with Douglas Lawrence playing the organ of St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne.
Carols are not just Christmas carols. A carol is a light, festive song to celebrate a Christian event and can be sung all round the year by young and old. Here are 18 carols selected, sung and played by Donald Swann.
The music on this CD is a historical Christmas “pick of the pops”, from the late 1400s to the end of the Baroque period. Directed by Douglas Lawrence, the Australian Chamber Choir offers a program recorded live in concert during their 2019 European tour. The 17 tracks are drawn from from lesser-known seasonal works, championing a sublime repertoire that is all too often neglected.
Celebrate the theme and the variations of Christmas with harpist Megan Reeve as she explores Christmas music from around the world and across the ages.
Looking to the Light is an easy listening collection of well-loved Christmas songs such as O Holy Night, The Little Drummer Boy, Ave Maria, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, and Australian carols, lesser known songs and children's favourites such as All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth and I want a hippopotamus for Christmas.
This very special and rather unique collection of Christmas carols is sure to both please you for it's beauty and impress you for its imagination and cleverness.
A live recording of the Melbourne Welsh Male Voice Choir at their 10th Anniversary Christmas Charity Concert in 1999, in support of Mid-Eastern Palliative Care.
Under the direction of Professor Emeritus Peter Godfrey, CBE the Trinity College Chapel Choir performs a stunning selection of rarely heard Carols, Psalms and Anthems
The Melbourne Academy Boys Choir present a program of popular, traditional and unique pieces celebrating Christmas by Kodály, Grüber, Britten and others.
A selection of 63 festive Christmas songs and rhymes, old and new, for children. It features various voices and instruments, and was produced for the Australian Breastfeeding Association.