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HAROLD DARKE  

(1888 - 1976)

The English organist Harold Darke was a pupil of Walter Parratt and Stanford and for 50 years was organist at St. Michael’s, Cornhill, while in wartime, from 1941 to 1945, he replaced Boris Orde at King’s College, Cambridge. Among his best-known compositions are his setting of Christina Rossetti’s Christmas poem In the Bleak Midwinter and a Meditation on Brother James’s Air.

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
CHRISTMAS (THE MYSTERY OF) Naxos
8.554179
Choral - Sacred
CHRISTMAS (THE VERY BEST OF) Naxos
8.570344-45
Choral - Sacred
Christmas at Trinity Naxos
8.555886
Choral - Sacred
Christmas Carols From Around the World Naxos
8.503109
Choral - Sacred
CHRISTMAS CHORAL MUSIC - A Winter's Light (Vasari Singers, Ford, Backhouse) Naxos
8.573030
Choral - Sacred
JOY TO THE WORLD Naxos
8.557160
Choral - Sacred
LULLABIES AND CAROLS FOR CHRISTMAS (Whicher, Loman) Naxos
8.572510
Vocal




 
 
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