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The English Hymn – Volume 4

Hyperion CDP12104

All things bright and beautiful

  • William Henry Monk: All things bright and beautiful
  • William Horsley: There is a green hill far away
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Hymnal #9 "He who would valiant be"
  • Charles Crozat Converse: What a Friend We Have in Jesus
  • Melchoir Teschner: All glory, laud and honor
  • William J. Kirkpatrick: Away in a manger
  • Arthur Sullivan: Onward! Christian Soldiers
  • Frederick A. Challinor: Stories of Jesus
  • Kenneth G. Finlay: Glenfinlas
  • Justin Heinrich Knecht: Vienna
  • John Stainer: In memoriam
  • Leighton George Hayne: Buckland
  • Thomas Jackson: Jackson
  • Martin Shaw: Westridge
  • Charles Hubert Parry: Judith "Repton"
  • Traditional:
  • Shipston
  • Quem pastores laudavere
  • Little Jesus sweetly sleep
  • Morning has broken
  • When a knight
  • Lord of the Dance
  • From out of a wood
  • Anonymous:
  • Innocents
  • Geistreiches Gesangbuch - Gott sei Dank in aller Welt
Rupert Gough, organ
The Choir of Wells Cathedral/Malcolm Archer
Hyperion CDP12104 66M DDD
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This is the fourth release in Hyperion's laudable "English Hymn" series and this time, the concentration is on the world of children.

The twenty-odd hymns are all stalwarts of the repertoire and when you listen to these stirring performances by the Choir of Wells Cathedral, the music really takes on a nostalgic turn.

This is a disc that gives delight to anyone who can smile as the "Songs of Praise" style will most definitely bring goose bumps to the flesh.

I haven't got much more to say except that all self-confessed choral enthusiasts should rush to the shops and purchase this without delay. I would assume that the other three volumes would also be in their collections!

Copyright © 2003, Gerald Fenech

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