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

17th March

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  • arr Vaughan Williams: Teach me, my God and King. Cardiff Festival Chorus
  • Trad (plainsong): Tantum ergo sacramentum. Monks of Glenstall Abbey
  • Walford Davies: God be in my head. Truro Cathedral Choir
  • Muller: Take my life and let it be...... St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • from Handel: My God, I love thee, not because I hope for heaven thereby. Ely Cathedral Choir
  • Gauntlett: Oft in danger, oft in woe. Choir of St Paul's Church, Burwood (Sydney)
  • Sharp: God! When human bonds are broken. Choral Scholars, Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle
  • Gelineau: Out of the depths cry to you, O Lord. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne
  • Schutte: I, the Lord of sea and sky. St Patrick's Cathedral Choir Melbourne.
  • Attrib. Herbst (arr Oxley): Forty days and forty nights. Chichester Cathedral Choir

  • 10th March

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  • from Gardiner's Sacred Melodies, 1812: O for a closer walk with God, St Michael's Singers
  • Trad (arr Bach): Now is the healing time decreed. Norwich Cathedral Choir
  • Silesian melody: Fairest Lord Jesus. St Andrew's Cathedral Choir Sydney
  • Young: Bring many names. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne
  • Smart: Hark, hark my soul. Choir of St Anne's Church Strathfield (Sydney)
  • Howard: Fill thou my life. Choir of Methodist Central Hall Westminster and Epworth Choir
  • Scholefield: The day you gave us. Cantus Choro

  • 3rd March

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  • Dykes-Bower: Keep me, O God of grace. Durham Cathedral Choir
  • Naylor: Soldiers of Christ. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Barnby: Jesus, the first and last. Choir of Methodist Central Hall Westminster
  • Brierly: God gives us a future. Choir of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle
  • Neumark: If thou but trust in God to guide thee. Choirs of St Paul's Church K Street Washington
  • Bliss (arr Oxenden): It is well with my soul. Choir of the Scots' Church, Melbourne
  • Croft: Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old. Norwich Cathedral Choir
  • Dykes: O perfect love. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Monk: Angel Voices, ever singing. Lincoln Cathedral Choir and 1300 other singers

  • 24th February

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  • Gibbons: Give me the wings of faith. Trinity College Choir Cambridge
  • Wesley: Let earth and heaven agree. Choir of Methodist Central Hall Westminster and the Epworth Choir
  • Armes: Lord, speak to me that I may speak..... St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Pritchard: Love divine, all loves excelling. Cantus Choro
  • Vaughan Williams: He who would valiant be. St Paul's Cathedral Choir, London
  • Brown (arr Cleobury): Just as I am. Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Hawes (arr Willcocks & Smith): Praise to the holiest in the height. Choirs of St Paul's Church K Street Washington

  • 17th February

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  • Bairstow: The King of love my Shepherd is. Choirs of St Paul's Church K Street Washington
  • probably Havergal: The Lord of Heaven confess. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  • Maher (arr Nixon): Soul of my Saviour. Chelmsford Cathedral Choir
  • Ferguson: O Jesus, I have promised..... Truro Cathedral Choir
  • Scheffler (arr Turle): At even when the sun was set. Norwich Cathedral Choir
  • Parry: O praise ye the Lord. Wells Cathedral Choir

  • 10th February

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  • Gibbons: Peace, perfect peace. Lincoln Cathedral Choir
  • Wilson: We are your people. 'Sing Alleluia' Choir
  • Barnard Christ triumphant, ever reigning. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Armes; Jesus shall reign. Durham Cathedral Choir
  • Rowlands: Love divine, all loves excelling. Westminster Abbey Choir
  • Haughen: Come, O God of all the earth. Choir of Christ Church cathedral Newcastle
  • Baker: I sing the almighty power of God. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Barnard: In our darkness, light has shone. Southwark Cathedral Choir
  • Parry: And did those feet in ancient time...... Lincoln Cathedral Choir and 1300 other singers

  • 3rd February

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  • Buck: O Spirit of the living God. Singers from York churches and schools (In York Minster)
  • Evans: For the beauty of the earth. Choir of St George's Chapel Windsor Castle
  • Trad: All things bright and beautiful. Tba
  • Trad: God that madest earth and heaven. Choir of St Mary's Church Warwick
  • Bell: Among us and before us, Lord, you stand. St Nicholas Choir, Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
  • Sibelius: Be still, my soul. Cantus Choro
  • Gastoldi/Bach/Wilcock: Nations shall fear the name of the Lord. Choirs of St Francis Church Melbourne & St Paul's Geelong
  • Trad: Who is on the Lord's side? St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Stainer: Love divine, all loves excelling. Choir of King's College Cambridge

  • 27th January

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  • Mann: Father weclomes all his children. 'Sing Alleluia' Choir
  • Jones: King of glory, King of peace. Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor
  • Lahee: Come, let us join our cheerful songs. Choirs and Congregation, Trinity College Chapel Melbourne
  • Thorne: Jesus calls us o'er the tumult. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Dykes Bower: Hail, true body, born of Mary. Choir of Christ Church South Yarra
  • Smith: Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts. From St Margaret's Church Prestwich
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  • Bottorf: We'll all be there. Scottish Festivals of Male Voice Praise
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  • Elvey: Crown him with many crowns. Wells Cathedral Choir

  • 20th January

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  • Westbrook: Glory, love and praise and honour. Birmingham Anglican Cathedral Choir
  • from Barton's Psalms, 1706: O thou my soul, bless God the Lord. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  • (probably) Schulz: We plough the fields and scatter.... Cambridge Singers
  • McCarthy: O Christ the healer. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne
  • M. Haydn: Sometimes a light surprises....... St Michael's Singers Coventry
  • Barnard: Sing, all creation. Southwark Cathedral Choir
  • Sullivan: To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise. Scottish Festival Singers
  • Thomerson: I want to walk as a child of the light. Singers of the RSCM Australia 1992 Summer School
  • after Purcell: Christ is made the sure foundation. Westminster Abbey Choir