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It needs a warm tune and had to wait for a hundred years until the author’s grandson, the leading cathedral musician of his day, published this tune in his The European Psalmist (1872), a collection of over seven hundred hymn tunes. It gets its name because he had been organist of Hereford Cathedral at the beginning of his career, between 1832 and 1835.
from notes by Alan Luff © 2004
|Rejoice, the Lord is king!|
Westminster Abbey rings with the voices of the choir and organ lifted in the great hymns which are a vital part of our national character and history. The recording brings the experience of Abbey occasions—from royal weddings to state funerals—int ...» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 5 – Lead, kindly Light|
'The Wells Cathedral Choir again shows its stuff—and it's glorious … because of this choir's sturdy, full-bodied singing, both exuberant and reve ...» More
|The Hymns Album|