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On This Day (Christmas CD) - Genevans

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1. Processional: Personent Hodie
2. Harold Friedell, Song of Mary  
3. The Snow Lay On The Ground  
4. Still, Still, Still  
5. Orlando Gibbons, From Virgin's Womb  
6. Girolamo Conversi, Now Let Us All With One Accord
7. Gregor Joseph Werner, Puer natus in Bethlehem  
8. In dulci jubilo  
9. Adolphe Adam, O Holy Night Listen  
10. Carolee Curtright, Carillon for Christmas
11. On Christmas Night  
12. Angels We Have Heard On High  
13. Whence Comes This Rush of Wings?  
14. Magnificat. Anglican Chant  
15. Hans Leo Hassler, Verbum caro factum est  
16. Healey Willan, Hodie Christus natus est  
17. P.I. Chaikofskii, The Crown of Roses  
18. Rise Up, Shepherd, and Foller
19. And The Trees Do Moan
20. Henry Purcell, Sound The Trumpet
21. Randall Thompson, Glory To God In The Highest
22. Keresimesi Qdun De O
23. Beautiful Savior
24. Recessional: Joy To The World

 

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Geneva provides graduate-level degrees in: Business Administration, Cardiovascular Science, Counseling, Higher Education, Organizational Leadership, Reading and Special Education.

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