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The Candlelight Carols Service at St. Paul's Brookline serves as a vessel, a means to help us return to this most remarkable story of God’s coming among us as a child in Bethlehem.  At this time of darkness in Advent, our hope is that you will come join us to listen and sing aAnnd ponder anew the possibilities of a promise of light penetrating into even the deepest and most relentless darkness.  Come and open yourself, bring your children, and approach the wonder of Christmas, in all of its hope and love.

 

 Candlelight Carols 2016:

In freezing winter night, Benjamin Britten

Ave Maria, Franz Biebl

Joseph est bien marié, John Ferris

Lux aurumque, Eric Whitacre

I saw three ships, John Rutter

Hush, my dear, Gabriel Jackson

The holly and the ivy, June Nixon

Still, still, still, Andrew Clarkson

Sleeps Judea fair, H.A. MacKinnon

 

 Candlelight Carols 2015:

Sure on this shining night, Morten Lauridsen

E'en so Lord Jesus, quickly come, Paul Manz

O magnum mysterium, Andrew Clarkson

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day, John Gardner

There is no rose, Colin Britt

Zither carol, Malcolm Sargent, arr.

What is this lovely fragrance? Healey Willan, arr.

Some children see him, Alfred Burt

Sleeps Judea fair, H.A. MacKinnon

 

Candlelight Carols 2014:

What sweeter music, John Rutter

Angelus ad virginem, Sir David Willcocks, arr.

Wither's rocking hymn, Andrew Clarkson, arr.

The virgin Mary had a baby boy, Brian Trant, arr.

Sing lullaby, Herbert Howells

Ding dong merrily on high, Charles Wood, arr.

Christmas night, John Rutter, arr.

My Lord will come, Will Todd

Sleeps Judea fair, H.A. MacKinnon

 

Candlelight Carols 2013:

In dulci jubilo, R. L. Pearsall, arr.

Angelus ad virginem, Sir David Willcocks, arr.

I wonder as I wander, John Rutter, arr.

O magnum mysterium, Andrew Clarkson

Joseph est bien marié, John Ferris, arr.

On freezing winter night, Benjamin Britten

The holly and the ivy,  Julie Nixon

Away in the manger, Reginald Jacques, arr.

Sleeps Judea fair, H.A. MacKinnon

 

 

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