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Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary (3)
Adiemus Colores (1)
Adiemus II - Cantata Mundi (2)
Adiemus III: Dances of Time (1)
Adiemus IV: The Eternal Knot (1)
Adiemus V: Vocalise (2)
Adiemus (2)
Beyond the Century (The Journey) (1)
Cantata Memoria (1)
Cantilena (The Journey) (2)
Euphonium Concerto (1)
Exsultate, jubilate (1)
Gloria (3)
In These Stones Horizons Sing (3)
Joy to the World (1)
La Folia (Marimba Concerto) (1)
Locus iste (1)
Over the Stone (Double Harp Concerto) (1)
Palladio: Allegretto (4)
Quirk (Concerto for Flutes, Keyboards and Percussion) (1)
Requiem (6)
Sarikiz (Violin Concerto) (1)
Son of Maria (1)
Stabat Mater (4)
Stella Natalis (4)
» Lullay
String Quartet no.2 (1)
Te Deum (1)
The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace (12)
The Healer: A Cantata for St Luke (3)
The Peacemakers (4)
Ysbryd y Mynyddoedd (Spirit of the Mountains) (1)

Karl William Pamp Jenkins, CBE (born 17 February 1944) is a Welsh musician and composer known for "Adiemus", The Armed Man and his Requiem.

Jenkins was born and raised in the Gower village of Penclawdd, near Swansea, Wales. His mother was Swedish. His father, who was a local schoolteacher, chapel organist and choirmaster, gave him his initial musical instruction. Karl Jenkins attended Gowerton Grammar School.

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Recent Jenkins releases

The Classical Album
The Classical Album

£12.50

(Decca)

Camille & Julie Berthollet
Camille & Julie Berthollet

£12.95

(Warner)

Karl Jenkins - Cantata Memoria
Karl Jenkins - Cantata Memoria

£12.50

(Deutsche Grammophon)

Karl Jenkins - Voices
Karl Jenkins - Voices

£23.95

(Warner)

Jenkins - Still With The Music: The Album
Jenkins - Still With The Music: The Album

£9.95

(Warner)

Choral Masterpieces (The National Gallery Collection)
Choral Masterpieces (The National Gallery Collection)

£11.95

(Warner)