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Sung to a variety of tunes, perhaps its best-loved partner is Blaenwern, composed by the Welsh school master William Penfro Rowlands. The tune first appeared in Henry H Jones’ collection Cân a Moliant of 1915. Frequently heard at weddings throughout the English-speaking world, it was heard by the largest television audience in history, nearly two billion people, at the wedding of Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011, for which James O’Donnell’s arrangement was specially made.
from notes by The Revd Dr James Hawkey © 2014
|Hymns from King's|
Hymns from King’s is a collection of hymn arrangements by Stephen Cleobury from the Edition Peters book of the same name. Covering the entire church year, the album contains arrangements, accompaniments and descants for some of the world’s most po ...» More
|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, Vol. 1|
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