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Performer: Robert Shaw
Genre: Classical
Title: Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume 2
Country: US
Released: 1957
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The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 04: How Unto Bethlehem - A Virgin Unspotted - The Twelve Days Of Christmas (06:44, 320Kb/s). The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 03: The Cherry Tree Carol - Mary Had A Baby - So Blest A Sight (08:58, 320Kb/s). The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 02: Fum, Fum, Fum - Hacia Belen - Ya Viene La Vieja - La Virgen Lava Panales (05:53, 320Kb/s). The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 01: I Saw Three Ships - O Tannenbaum - Allon, gay, gay Bergeres - The Holly And The Ivy (07:55, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood.

Tracks 1-1 to 1-23: Christmas Hymns and Carols, Volume 1 Matrix Nos: J2RY-6577; J2RY-6576 Album No: LSC-2139 RCA "Living Stereo" Recording dates: May 24, 25, 28, 29; June 1, 4, 8/1957. Recording location: Manhattan Center, New York, New York. Tracks 1-24 to 2-10: Britten, A Ceremony of Carols; Festival Te Deum; Rejoice in the Lamb Matrix No. PRRS-4911; PRRS-4912 Album No: LSC-2759 RCA Stereo "Dynagroove" Recording dates: September 5, 6, 7, 8, 9/1963 Recording location: Hotel St. George, Brooklyn, New York.

Robert Shaw was a Fred Waring protégé who, by the end of his 17-year tenure heading The Robert Shaw Chorale, had fashioned arguably the most widely-known and respected professional choral organization in the United States. The Chorale recorded a number of charting albums, all for RCA Victor, but the one that will always be considered their definitive recording is this Christmas album, presented here in its 1957 re-recorded stereo version (like a lot of popular Christmas albums of the day, Christmas Hymns and Carols had several incarnations, first appearing in the ‘40s as a box of. four 78 rpm. I hope they remaster Volume 2 and the other Robert Shaw Chorale Xmas Albums.

The Robert Shaw Corale. The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 03: The Cherry Tree Carol - Mary Had A Baby - So Blest A Sight 08:57. The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 04: How Unto Bethlehem - A Virgin Unspotted - The Twelve Days Of Christmas 06:44. The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 05: Good King Wenceslas - The Boar's Head Carol - Christ Was Born On Christmas Day - How Far Is It To Bethlehem? 07:40. The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 06: March Of The Kings - Here, Mid The Ass And Oxen - Touro-louro-louro 06:04. The Robert Shaw Corale - Medley 07: Carol Of The Bells - O Magnum Mysterium 07:35

From: The Robert Shaw Corale. Medley 05: Good King Wenceslas - The Boar's Head Carol - Christ Was Born On Christmas Day - How Far Is It To Bethlehem? Medley 06: March Of The Kings - Here, Mid The Ass And Oxen - Touro-louro-louro. Medley 07: Carol Of The Bells - O Magnum Mysterium. Medley 08: What Child Is This - Masters In This Hall - Break Forth, O Beauteous Heav'nly Light.

Tracklist

A1 I Saw Three Ships, O Tannenbaum, Allon Gay, Gay Bergeres, The Holly And The Ivy
A2 Fum, Fum, Fum, Hacia Belen, Ya Viene La Vieja, La Virgen Lava Panales
A3 The Cherry Tree Carol, Mary Had A Baby, So Blest A Sight
A4 How Unto Bethlehem, A Virgin Unspotted, The Twelve Days Of Christmas
B1 Good King Wenceslas, The Boar's Head Carol, Christ Was Born On This Christmas Day, How Far Is It To Bethlehem?
B2 March Of The Kings, Here, Mid The Ass And Oxen, Touro-Louro-Louro
B3 Carol Of The Birds, O Magnum Mysterium
B4 What Child Is This, Masters In This Hall, Break Forth, O Bounteous Heav'nly Light

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radio Corporation Of America

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Calvin Marsh, Thomas Pyle, Warren Galjour
  • Bass Vocals – Peter Maravell
  • Chorus – The Robert Shaw Chorale
  • Conductor – Robert Shaw
  • Contralto Vocals – Florence Kopleff
  • Liner Notes – Alice S. Parker*, Robert Shaw
  • Soprano Vocals – Evelyn Aring, Lois Winter, Louise Natale, Marjean Moore, Yvonne Cianella
  • Tenor Vocals – Clayton Krehbiel, Farrold Stephens, Russell Hammer, Russell Oberlin

Notes

A "New Orthophonic" high fidelity recording. Each band has two to four songs each.
Front jacket reads © RCA and rear jacket reads ℗ © Radio Corporation Of America.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Stamped): E2 RP4211 17S 1 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Stamped): E2 RP4212-15S 1 V(Sideways)4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LM 1711 Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale - Robert Shaw Conducts Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume II ‎(LP, Mono) RCA Victor LM 1711 US 1952
WDM 1711 Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale - Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume II ‎(7", Single) RCA Victor Red Seal WDM 1711 US 1952
RGM-0646 Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale - Robert Shaw Conducts Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume II ‎(CD, Album, RE) Real Gone Music RGM-0646 UK 2017
VIC-1509 Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale - A Christmas Sing - In ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) RCA Victrola Red Seal VIC-1509 US 1970
Erennge
Based on exact programming, each medley and the sequence of four per-side, Joy To The World equals 1946's 4-45rpm disc book, Christmas Hymns and Carols. Christmas Hymns and Carols, Volume II (Lm-1711) equals the 1952 release, and (5 children-youth carolling) Christmas Hymns and Carols is the new one, of 1957 (Lm-2139).

Zeks Horde
A lot of confusion exists concerning release dates. Robert Shaw recorded 5 christmas albums with RCA and then 5 christmas albums with the Atlanta Symphony orchestra, 2 of these different labels have the exact same title name (Handel's Messiah and The Many Moods of Christmas.) 1945 and 1946 are listed as correct dates for the release of Christmas Hymns and Carols. 1951 was the release of Joy To The World. 1952 Christmas Hymns and Carols Vol II came out. In 1957, The first Christmas album was re-released with the tag Vol I added to the title. This is why the confusion exists of why Vol II came out 5 years before before Vol I.

Dianalmeena
I loaded my copy of the older one. Probably the same one as Anchovypurre1.

Thorgahuginn
I saw on another site a date of 1957.

grand star
I'm pretty sure 1958 is NOT correct. The CD booklet of "Christmas with Robert Shaw" (which contains transfers of these tracks) list them as having been recorded in July and August of 1952. It's possible, although improbable, that they weren't released on LP immediately (RCA was still fighting the 33/45 war with Columbia; however, volume 1 of this series -- LM-1112 -- was definitely on LP by December of 1951), but LM-1711 was certainly released by December of 1954 at the absolute latest, as there are Billboard listings from that time showing this album on the best-selling charts.Incidentally, volume 1 was re-recorded in stereo in 1957, but there was never a stereo re-recording of volume 2.

lucky kitten
The cover and label listed here for LM 1711 is the reissue. The first pressing had a different cover and the early RCA Victor label, with LONG PLAY on the bottom.

Kanrad
My version has a different cover and on the record label it says non-breakable.

Qane
I think year released 1957 or before. Copy I got has 1957 NOV written on back cover.