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A half-hour program of treasured classic hymns and newer works.

19th May

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  • Peace: O love that wilt not let me go. Glasgow Orpheus Choir
  • Trad: Be thou my vision. Cambridge Singers
  • from Catholic Hymnologium Germanicut 1584: Come, ye faithful, raise the strain. Choir of St Thomas Church, 5th Avenue New York
  • Barnard: This is our harvest. Southwark Cathedral Choir
  • Baring-Gould: Now the day is over. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • from Psalmody Evangelica 1789: Jesus shall reign. St Michael's Singers, Coventry

  • 12th May

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  • S.S.Wesley: Christ is our cornerstone. Cantus Choro
  • Haweis: City of God, how broad and far. Huddersfield Choral Society
  • from Hurrnhut Choralbuch (arr Nixon): Love's redeeming work is done. Ripon Cathedral Choir
  • Carter (arr Bertalot): Lord of the Dance. Choir of St Thomas Church, 5th Avenue New York
  • Archer: He is not here. City of Bristol Choir
  • Silcher: Faithful Shepherd, lead me. Choir of St Paul's Cathedral London
  • Hayne: Loving Shepherd of thy sheep. Temple Church Choir London
  • Neander (arr Willcock): Praise to the Lord. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne; Aust. Chamber Brass Ensemble

  • 5th May

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  • Trad (arr Rutter): Morning has broken. Cambridge Singers
  • from Palestrina: The strife is o'er. Choir of St Paul's Church K Street Washington; Washington Symphonic Brass
  • Connelly: By your kingly power. Cantus Choro
  • Excell: When upon life's billows (Count your blessings). Salvation Army Choir (UK)
  • Foster: O love divine, how sweet thou art. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Campbell: And can it be. Choir of Methodist Central Hall Westminster

  • 28th April

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  • from Geistreiches Gesangbuch 1704: Now may he who from the dead....St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Murray: Finished the strife of battle now. Portsmouth Cathedral Choir
  • Nicholson: We sing the praise of him who died. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Bourgeois: Bread of the world in mercy broken. Cantus Choro
  • from 'New Songs of Zion' 1764: The Saviour died but rose again. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  • Trad: At the dawning of salvation. 'Sing Alleluia' Choir
  • Gardiner: We have a gospel to proclaim. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Neander (arr Scott): He is risen. Choir (and brass) of St Thomas's Church 5th Avenue New York
  • Rutter: The Lord bless you and keep you. Cambridge Singers

  • 21st April

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  • from Lyrica Davidca 1708: Jesus Christ is risen today. Choir of St Thomas's 5th Avenue New York
  • Gauntlett: Ye choirs of New Jerusalem. Chelmsford Cathedral Choir
  • Shaw: This is the truth we hold. University of Newcastle Chamber Choir
  • Handel: Thine be the glory. Westminster Abbey Choir
  • Hintze (harm J.S.Bach): At the Lamb's high feast we sing. Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
  • Gauntlett: Jesus lives. Choir of St Thomas's Church 5th Avenue New York
  • Vulpius/Ley: The strife is o'er. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • From Mainz Gesangchbuch 1833: The Day of Resurrection. Choir of St George's Chapel Windsor

  • 14th April

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  • 6th Century Plainsong: The royal banners forward go. Choir of Christ Church St Lawrence Sydney
  • Havergal: Ride on, ride on in majesty. Cantus Choro
  • Trad: An upper room did our Lord prepare. RSCM Singers, London
  • Ireland: My song is love unknown. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Barnard: When you prayed beneath the trees..... Southwark Cathedral Choir
  • Trad: All glory, laud and honour. Norwich Cathedral Choir
  • Horsley (arr Nixon):: There is a green hill far away. Ripon Cathedral Choir
  • Miller: When I survey the wondrous cross. Liverpool Cathedral Choir

  • 7th April

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  • Trad: Christe, qui lux es et dies. Albemarle Consort of Voices
  • Challinor: Tell me the stories of Jesus. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Trad: Judge me, O God. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  • Elvey: Come, ye thankful people, come. Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Barnard: Lord of all power. Southwark Cathedral Choir
  • Filitz: Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us. Liverpool Cathedral Choir
  • Gibbons (arr Bairstow): Jesu, grant me this, I pray. St Clement's Choir, Philadelphia
  • Gibbons: Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go. Cantus Choro

  • 31st March

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  • Attib. Clarke: Immortal love, for ever full. Choir of the former Naval College Chapel, Greenwich( UK)
  • Stubbs: Not for our sins alone. Durham Cathedral Choir
  • Hayes: Give me the faith which can remove and sink the mountain to the plain. Choir of Paton Memorial Uniting Church Deepdene
  • Arr Oxley: O love, how deep, how broad, how far. Chelmsford Cathedral Choir
  • Anon: All ye who seek a comfort sure. St Gabriel Singers
  • Ley: When he was baptised in Jordan. 'Sing Alleluia' Choir
  • Reinagle: How sweet the name of Jesus sounds. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Goss: Praise, my soul, the King of heaven. Liverpool Cathedral Choir with Massed Merseyside Choirs