W H Ferguson was both musician and clergyman and, serving as he did for most of his life in great public schools, contributed to that kind of tune-writing suited to the school chapel, singing wide-sweeping tunes in unison. ‘Cuddesdon’ is an excellent example of the style, and caters easily to the processional movement of these words.
from notes by Alan Luff © 2002
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