Not a year goes by without my watching 'Carols from King's' on Christmas Eve.
I didn't think this year's offering was one of the best, but it did have it's high points. The programme was a little safe, with its concentration on what one thinks of as children's door-to-door carols.
In the bleak mid-winter was beautifully sung, but the arrangement far too slow. The Sussex carol was excellent, and Still, still, still, was probably amongst the best.
I was also very pleased to see The King's Singers accompanying the college choir. They were founded by three old boys from my alma mater back in the 1960's. They all went on to King's College together; hence the name. Since those days, of course, the choir line-up has changed countless times.
Mr YouTube won't allow me to post a video from the service, but if you follow this link ......
In dulci jubilo | Carols from King's 2020 - YouTube you should be able to hear In dulci jubilo.
All in all, another wonderful experience. I wouldn't miss it for the world.