In Dulci Jubilo

Sandro Botticelli, Madonna of the Magnificat, Uffizi, Florence, 1480-81

In Dulci Jubilo


Click to read about the origin and history of In Dulci Jubilo.

Click to hear Dietrich Buxtehude's cantata, In Dulci Jubilo, BuxWV 52, performed by Ex Cathedra.

Click to hear Michael Praetorius, In Dulci Jubilo, performed by SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart , Paul Goodwin (Conductor).

Click to hear J.S. Bach's three chorale preludes based on In Dulci Jubilo, all performed by Christopher Herrick:  BWV 729, BWV 751, BWV 608.

Click to hear Bach's chorale, In Dulci Jubilo, BWV 368, performed by the Collegium-Bach Stuttgart, Helmutt Rilling (conductor).

To hear the choir of New College, Oxford, Edward Higginbottom (conductor), sing a traditional version of In Dulci Jubilo, derived from the German, click here and then click on "play track."

Click to hear Lord Berners' (Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson) Bach-inspired piano version of In Dulci Jubilo, played by Gordon Fergus-Thompson.

Click to hear and see André Isoir play Bach's chorale In Dulci Jubilo, BWV 751, on the Gabler organ of the basilica of St. Martin at Weingarten.

Click to hear and see the choir of York Minster sing 19th-century Pearsall setting of In Dulci Jubilo, Good Christian Men Rejoice.

Click to hear and see the Wiener Sängerknaben perform In Dulci Jubilo.

Click to hear and see Mike Oldfield perform In Dulci Jubilo.

The combined Choirs of Christ Church Cathedral have produced a disc, In Dulci Jubilo.  It is on sale at the Diocesan Bookstore and the Cathedral office. Click for its contents and its availablity to borrow at BNQ.

Click for other recordings, In Dulci Jubilo, at the BNQ.