Profile: Danish multi-instrumentist with saxophone as primary instrument and composer. Graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Music, he subsequently undertook further studies with Jean-Yves Fourmeau in Paris. He has performed as a soloist with several Danish symphony and string orchestras, has furthermore been active as a chamber and jazz musician in a number of contexts (among other Taylor's Universe) and is daily working as church organist in Odense, Denmark. Contact: carstensindvaldo. The King's Chamber (CD, Album).
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Every Christmas Eve, millions of people tune in to watch the choir’s A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from King’s – a service which has been continuously broadcast since 1928. Recorded in 1994, this reissue joins the group’s already extensive discography of Christmas music – recordings that have enhanced its worldwide fame and reputation. 30:10 The Lamb 00:33:39 Bogoróditse Dyévo 00:34:55 Infant holy, infant lowly 00:36:43 Illuminare, Jerusalem 00:39:12 While shepherds watched 00:41:54 Quittez, pasteurs 00:45:05 In dulci jubilo (organ prelude) 00:48:06 In dulci jubilo 00:50:46 The First Nowell 00:56:09 Coventry Carol 00:59:17 Personent hodie 01: 01:49 O come all ye faithful. Artist: The Choir of King's College, Cambridge Stephen Cleobury (conductor).
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Why are you called The King’s Singers? The original members met whilst studying at King’s College, Cambridge, where they were choral scholars. Soon after graduating, they started working as a group and needed a name – and the rest, so they say, is history. So were all the current members students at King’s College? No. Although it’s important to us that each member appreciates where the original group came from, we now choose to cast our net wider than simply the small pool of male singers who have sung as choral scholars at Oxford and Cambridge.
The Chamber's ceiling is divided into eighteen panelled compartments, each showing ancient emblems such as the white hart of Richard II. The monarchs of England and Scotland were depicted in the original stained-glass windows by Pugin, but these were lost during the Second World War, and their 1950 replacements show the coats of arms of peers between 1360 and 1900. Many fittings and furnishings in the Chamber were designed by Pugin - including the solid brass gates at the entrance of the Chamber, each weighing some three quarters of a ton. At the far end of the Chamber on a dais is the Royal Throne. This ornate gilded piece is based on the early 14th-century Coronation Chair in Westminster Abbey. In front of the Throne is the Woolsack, on which the Lord Speaker sits.
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- Pressed By – MH Media
- Recorded At – LS Studio
- Acoustic Bass – Jens Krøgholt
- Choir – Anita Lykkegaard*
- Drums – Anders Mogensen, Kristian Karottki
- Electric Bass – Henrik Kunz
- Engineer [Additional Recording], Artwork, Design, Layout – Ken Warner
- Guitar, Percussion, Bodhrán, Voice, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Photography By [Cover] – Dave Hennessy
- Narrator [Talk] – K.O. Johansen
- Percussion – Robin Mattuck
- Percussion, Voice – Martin Spangs
- Piano, Keyboards, Saxophone, Clarinet, Electronic Wind Instrument, Composed By, Arranged By, Co-producer – Carsten Sinvald
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Henrik Hou*
- Vibraphone – Kai Steensgaard
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