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


11th November

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  • Elgar: God of the nations. City of Bristol Choir
  • Dykes: I heard the voice of Jesus say.... Scottish Festival Singers
  • Trad: Jesus, good above all other. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Wiseman: Come, let us sing of a wonderful love. Adelaide Harmony Choir
  • Elvey: Earth, rejoice your Lord is King. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Terry (arr Fletcher): Hark! What a sound. Chelmsford Cathedral Choir
  • from Corner's Gesangbuch Nuremburg 1631: Firmly I believe, and truly. St Gabriel Singers
  • Hayne: Thy kingdom come, O God. Cregagh Presbyterian Church Choir Belfast
  • Dykes Eternal Father, strong to save. Choir of the former Royal Naval College, Greenwich

  • 4th November

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  • Williams: Give me the wings of faith. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne
  • arrr Monk: Who are these like stars appearing? Wakefield Cahedral Choir
  • Hopkins: I sing a song of the saints of God. Choir & congregation, St John's Anglican Church Gordon (NSW)
  • Gibbons: O thou who at thy eucharist didst pray. Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
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  • Darwall: You holy angels bright. Cantus Choro
  • Vaughan Wiliams: For all the saints. Lincoln Cathedral Choir and 1300 other singers

  • 28th October

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  • melody origin uncertain: Be known to us in breaking bread. Cantus Choro
  • Williams: Allelia, sing to Jesus. Temple Church Choir London
  • Dykes: Thou God of truth and love. Choir of Methodist Central Hall London
  • Lemin: Did you ever see a kookaburra laugh? St Nicholas Choir, Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle
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  • Trad: Firmly I believe, and truly. Cardiff Festival Chorus
  • Wright: O for a heart to praise my God. Tewkesbury Abbey Choir
  • Mason: Master, speak, thy servant heareth. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Vaughan Williams: Come, my way, my truth, my lfe. University of Newcastle Chamber Choir
  • Doran: A spendthrift lover is the Lord. Choir of trinity College Melbourne
  • Howells: All my hope on God is founded. Massed Merseyside Choirs

  • 21st October

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  • Dykes: O strength and stay. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Vaughan Williams: It is a thing most wonderful. Choir of St Mary's Church Warwick (UK)
  • Trad: Come thou fount of every blessing. Mormon Tabernacle Choir
  • Handel? Join all the glorious names. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Farrell: O God, you search me and you know me. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Filitz: Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us. Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
  • Sullivan: Onward, Christian sodiers. Massed Merseyside Choirs

  • 14th October

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  • Trad: O come let us sing to the Lord. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  • Harris: Come down, O love divine. Hereford Cathedral Choir & Hereford Choral Society
  • Trad (arr Shaw): Holy Spirit, ever dwellling. Choir of Paton Memorial Uniting Church Deepdene
  • Ewing: Jerusalem the golden. Regent Chamber Choir; Collegiate Singers; Choir of King's College London
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  • from Pachelbel: We praise you, God, creator, Lord. Christ Church Cathedral Choir Newcastle
  • Trad (arr Sharp): There is a land of pure delight. St Martin's Singers
  • Floyd: O brother man. Cantus Choro
  • Phillips: O for a thousand tongues to sing. Wells Cathedral Choir

  • 7th October

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  • Trad (arr Vaughan Williams): Christ is the world's light. Birmingham Cathedral Choir
  • Finnis: How deep the riches of our God. St John's Singers of Sydney
  • Vaughan Williams: The night is come like to the day. Cardiff Festival Choir
  • Hemy's Collection (1864): Faith of our fathers. Choir of the Scots' Church Melbourne
  • Jones: With joy we meditate the grace. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Moen-Boyd: O laughing light. Trinity College Choir Melbourne
  • Wilkes: Let us with a gladsome mind. Wakefield Cathedral Choir
  • Parry: O praise ye the Lord. Cantus Choro
  • Parry: Dear Lord and Father of mankind. Choir of St Paul's Cathedral London

  • 30th September

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  • Trad: Morning has broken. Regent Chamber Choir; Collegiate Singers; Choir of King's College London
  • Trad: The Lord's my Shepherd. Choir of King's College Cambridge
  • Archer: Praise the Lord of heaven. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Connelly: Holy Father, God of might. Trinity College Choir Melbourne
  • Havergal: Blest are the pure in heart. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Dawney: Reap me the earth as a harvest to God. Birmingham Anglican Cathedral Choir
  • Jackson: For the fruits of his creation. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Mozart: Behold the servant of the Lord. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  • Trad (arr Vaughan Williams: All creatures of our God and King. Massed RSCM Choirs, Albert Hall London

  • 23rd September

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  • Monk: And now, O father, mindful of the love.... Marlborough College Choir, Wiltshire
  • SS Wesley: O thou who camest from above. Westminster Abbey Choir
  • Connelly: In faith and hope and love. Cantus Choro
  • Nickel: In the riven rock I'm resting. West Coast Mennonite Chamber Choir
  • Archer: King of glory, king of peace. Wells Cathedral Choir
  • Iverson: Spirit of the living God. St Patrick's Cathedral Choir, Dublin
  • Sharp: God, when human bonds are broken. Choral Scholars, Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle
  • Webbe: Now, my soul, thy voice upraising. Newcastle Cathedral Choir (UK)
  • Webbe: New every morning. Choir of St George's Chapel Windsor
  • Vaughan Williams: God be with you till we meet again. Choir of St John's Cathedral Brisbane