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The Lord's Prayer

First line:
Our Father, which art in heaven
composer
author of text
Matthew 6: 9-13

 
The long-lived Stone was a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, known to have sung at the coronation of James I in 1603. His simple setting of the Lord’s Prayer, still widely used, first appeared in the collection Certaine Notes, published in 1565.

from notes by Collegium Records © 1997

Recordings

Hail, gladdening Light
COLCD113Download only

Details

Track 21 on COLCD113 [1'10] Download only

Track-specific metadata for COLCD113 track 21

Artists
ISRC
GB-AKR-91-11321
Duration
1'10
Recording date
Recording venue
Ely Cathedral, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Jillian White
Recording engineer
James Hamilton & Simon Weir
Hyperion usage
  1. Hail, gladdening Light (COLCD113)
    Disc 1 Track 21
    Release date: October 1991
    Download only
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