Who Sang Chanticleer? Steeleye Span

Release information
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk/Folk Rock/Celtic
length: 4:18
All this night shrill Chanticleer,
Day's proclaiming trumpeter
Claps his wings and loudly cries,
Mortals, mortals, awake and rise.

Chorus (after each verse):
See a wonder heaven is under;
From the earth is risen a sun,
Shines all night though day be done.

Wake O earth, wake everything,
Wake and hear the joy I bring;
Wake and joy for all this night,
Heaven and every twinkling light.

All men stare amazing
Still now stand a-gazing.
Angels, powers and all that be,
Wake and joy this sun to see.

Hail, O sun, O blessed light,
Sent into the world by night.
Let thy rays and heavenly powers
Shine in these dark souls of ours.

CD 1
  • 1 The First Nowell
  • 2 Down in Yon Forest
  • 3 Unconquered Sun
  • 4 Chanticleer
  • 5 Bright Morning Star
  • 6 Winter
  • 7 See Amid the Winter's Snow
  • 8 Mistletoe Bough
  • 9 Sing we the Virgin Mary
  • 10 Today in Bethlehem
  • 11 Blow your Trumpet Gabriel
  • 12 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
  • 13 Good King Wenceslas
  • 14 In the Bleak Midwinter

  • Release information
    label: Park Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 769934007423
    script: Latin