Once in royal David's city (harm. A. H. Mann; descant Willcocks)
Ding dong! merrily on high
O come, all ye faithful
The Holly and the Ivy
Hark! the herald angels sing
While shepherds watched (Este's Psalter, 1592; descant Willcocks)
Darke: In the Bleak Midwinter (Christmas Carol): "In the bleak mid-winter frosty wind made moan"
Traditional: God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen, "Tidings of Comfort and Joy" (English Christmas Carol from "The Roxburghe Collection")
Tavener: The Lamb: "Little lamb, who made thee"
Angels, from the realms of glory
A great and mighty wonder
Ord: Adam lay ybounden
Weihnachtslieder Op. 8: The Three Kings
I saw a maiden
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?
Quem pastores laudavere (unaccomp. version)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Anonymous: A Maiden Most Gentle (French Christmas Traditional, Arr. Andrew Carter)
A Spotless Rose
Sans Day Carol (2004 Remastered Version)
Anonymous: I Wonder As I Wander (Appalachian Traditional, arr. Andrew Carter)
Anonymous: The Cherry Tree Carol (English Christmas Carol, Arr. Sir David Willcocks)
Baring-Gould / Traditional: Gabriel's Message (Basque Carol)
The First Nowell
Traditional: In dulci jubilo (German Christmas Carol from the 14th Century)
O little town of Bethlehem (v.3 arr. Ledger)
Traditional: I Saw Three Ships: "I saw three ships come sailing in" (English Christmas Carol)
See amid the winter's snow
Joy to the World!
It came upon the midnight clear (adapted & arr. Sullivan; descant Willcocks)
Away in a Manger
Sussex Carol (On Christmas night all Christians sing)
In the bleak mid-winter
O come, O come, Emmanuel (trans. J. M. Neale rev. T. A. Lacey; arr. Willcocks) (2004 Remastered Version)
Myn Lyking (2004 Remastered Version)
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Rutter: Dormi Jesu, "The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn": "Dormi, Jesu! Mater ridet"
Goldschmidt, Otto: A Tender Shoot: "A tender shoot has started up from a root of grace"
Cancionero de Uppsala: No. 46. "Riu, riu, chiu, la guarda ribera
Bach: O Jesulein süss, BWV 493 (Chorale Version)
Traditional: How Far Is It to Bethlehem? (English Carol)
Traditional: The Truth from Above, "Herefordshire Carol": "This is the truth sent from above" (Arr. Vaughan Williams)
Ratcliffe Woodward: Up! Good Christen folk and listen (from "Piae Cantiones", 1582): "Ding-dong, ding: Ding-a-dong-a-ding"
What child is this
What sweeter music
The Infant King (2004 Remastered Version)
Scheidt: Ein Kind geborn zu Bethlehem, SSWV 292 - No. 9 from "Geistliche Konzerte III", 1635: "A child is born in Bethlehem" (Arr. David Willcocks)
Traditional: Of the Father's Heart Begotten (Christmas Carol)
Organ: In dulci jubilo BWV729