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Original

A Time to Rejoice.

Translation

A Time to Rejoice.

Original

A Time to Rejoice by The Gateway Ringers. CD. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers. MN.CD-07-GR. Charles E. Peery, Conductor. From tried and true carols such as "Still, Still, Still" to carols you may not yet know, you are sure to find a new holiday favorite among these selections. The Gateway Ringers are entering their seventeenth year and "A Time to Rejoice" marks their second CD project, the first being "A Time to Dance" in 2001. Their reputation for audience-friendly programming is represented here, with a wide variety of moods and tone colors. Chant-like melodies appear in "Come, Emmanuel," a Latin influence is heard in "A La Nanita Nana," and flute, harp, and bassoon join the bells for Corelli's "Pastorale" from the Christmas Concerto. Two harps and bells are heard in the unpublished "Fantasy on 'Sleepers, Wake. '" Also featured are pieces written specifically for The Gateway RIngers, such as "Medieval Procession," "That Night in Bethlehem," and "Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella. Track Listing. Fantasy on Sleepers, Wake. Come, Emmanuel. A Medieval Procession. Pastorale from The Christmas Concerto. A La Nanita Nana. Still, Still, Still. The Holly and the Ivy. 8. Don Oiche Ud I Mbeithil. That Night in Bethlehem. Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella. 10. Meditation on an Old French Carol. 11. The Joy of Christmas. 12. I Wonder as I Wander. 13. A Charlie Brown Christmas. 14. Traditions of Christmas.

Translation

A Time to Rejoice by The Gateway Ringers. CD. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers. MN.CD-07-GR. Charles E. Peery, Conductor. From tried and true carols such as Still, Still, Still to carols you may not yet know, you are sure to find a new holiday favorite among these selections. The Gateway Ringers are entering their seventeenth year and A Time to Rejoice marks their second CD project, the first being A Time to Dance in 2001. Their reputation for audience-friendly programming is represented here, with a wide variety of moods and tone colors. Chant-like melodies appear in Come, Emmanuel, a Latin influence is heard in A La Nanita Nana, and flute, harp, and bassoon join the bells for Corelli's Pastorale from the Christmas Concerto. Two harps and bells are heard in the unpublished Fantasy on 'Sleepers, Wake. ' Also featured are pieces written specifically for The Gateway RIngers, such as Medieval Procession, That Night in Bethlehem, and Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella. Track Listing. Fantasy on Sleepers, Wake. Come, Emmanuel. A Medieval Procession. Pastorale from The Christmas Concerto. A La Nanita Nana. Still, Still, Still. The Holly and the Ivy. 8. Don Oiche Ud I Mbeithil. That Night in Bethlehem. Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella. 10. Meditation on an Old French Carol. 11. The Joy of Christmas. 12. I Wonder as I Wander. 13. A Charlie Brown Christmas. 14. Traditions of Christmas.