The sorrows of my heart ; Christo resurgenti ; Lord, what love have I ; Duo seraphim ; Gaudent in coelis ; O salutaris hostia ; O come hither ; The Lord is my shepherd ; Wash me throughly ; Litany to the Holy Spirit ; I will always give thanks ; Beatus vir ; Oculus non vidit ; Close to my breast ; Give ear unto me ; The souls of the righteous ; Stabat mater dolorosa ; Evening hymm ; O my God, I cry in the daytime ; Let saints on earth ; Eins bitte ich vom Herren ; Come, ye children ; Sing we merrily ; The Song of the Tree of Life
Educated at King's College, Cambridge, Sir Philip Ledger CBE was Director of Music at King's College, Cambridge from 1974-1982 and Conductor of the Cambridge University Musical Society from 1973-1982. During his years in Cambridge, he directed the Choir of King's College in the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, made an extensive range of recordings and took the Choir to the USA, Australia, and Japan for the first time. He was subsequently Principal of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama from 1982-2001. Since that time Ledger has appeared as a conductor throughout the United Kingdom, North America, and Asia.