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Two hymn tunes of Reverend Clement Cotterill Scholefield (1839–1904) have been set to poems by Ellerton; the hymn tune ‘Irene’ is often coupled with Ellerton’s When the day of toil is done and on this recording The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended is set to Scholefield’s more familiar tune ‘St Clement’.
from notes by Sarah Langdon © 1999
|Lest we forget|
Exploring the themes associated with human conflict—and the powerful musical responses these have so often elicited—this recording has been made in support of Combat Stress, a charity on whose support traumatized service personnel have been able t ...» More
|Praise my soul|
Subtitled 'Favourite hymns from Jesus College Cambridge', this programme celebrates the rich and living tradition of hymnody through the exalted voices of the college's two chapel choirs and the thunderous voicings of the 2007 Kuhn organ.» More
|Praise to the Lord|
‘Exemplary’ (Gramophone)» More
|Sing, ye Heavens - Hymns for all time|
An inspiring album of 21 hymns spanning fifteen centuries of the history of Christian Europe, including the world premiere of a new hymn by John Rutter himself, Eternal God.» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 2 - Jerusalem the Golden|
‘Delivered with crisp, evocative conviction’ (Classic FM Magazine)» More
|The Hymns Album, Vol. 2|
A new collection of hymns from the internationally renowned Huddersfield Choral Society, including modern 'classics' and ranging back through the Vaughan Williams revival to tunes having their origins in the German Baroque.» More
|The Music of St Paul's Cathedral|
'An awe-inspiring sound' (Classic FM Magazine)
'This is a worthy Millennium tribute to the musicians of St Paul’s. A disc to treasure' (Organists' Review)» More