Martin Shaw was immensely influential in the world of theatre and education as well as serving as organist of a number of London churches and writing and editing much church music. He named the tune after the village in Suffolk where he spent his honeymoon.
from notes by Alan Luff © 2002
|The English Hymn, Vol. 3 – Hills of the north, rejoice|
'The voices are magnificent; likewise the organ. The whole record is a delight' (Gramophone)
'There is nothing in this collection that is not worth hearing and much to treasure' (Cross Rhythms)» More
|The Hymns Album|
The Huddersfield Choral Society presents some of our nation's most loved hymns, a range attempting to cover an unaffected, pure lyricism through to a vast, full-throated sound that might shake the rafters of the sturdiest church.» More