Christmas with the Choir of King's College The ethereal sounds of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge have become a staple of the Christmas season throughout the world. NPR's Jacki Lyden talks with choir director Stephen Cleobury and choristers Sam Landman and Alexander Ryan.

Christmas with the Choir of King's College

Christmas with the Choir of King's College

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Songs from 'Heavenly Voices' and 'Best Loved Christmas Carols'

"Panis Angelicus" by C├ęsar Franck

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"The Lord is My Shepherd" by Maurice Greene

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"Once in Royal David's City" by H.J. Gauntlett

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The ethereal sounds of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, have become a staple of the Christmas season throughout the world. Composed of 16 choristers, or boy singers, and 14 choral scholars, the choir dates back to the 15th century. Their latest CD is Heavenly Voices, a selection of popular choral works and hymns.

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The choristers of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge

NPR's Jacki Lyden talks with choir director Stephen Cleobury and choristers Sam Landman and Alexander Ryan.