Abide With Me: 50 Favourite Hymns - 2CDs


 

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Classic 1960s-70s recordings of favourite hymns from Cambridge choirs & elsewhere, compiled by Decca in 1991.

Praise my soul, the King of Heaven – Goss

Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey) - Purcell

All glory, laud and honour (St Theodulph) - Teschner

When I survey the wondrous Cross (Rockingham) – Miller – with John Bowen (tenor)

Day of Resurrection, The (Mainz Gesangbuch) – Anon.

O God, our Help in Ages past (St. Anne) - Croft

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Repton) - Parry – with Roland Roberts (baritone)

Praise To The Holiest In The Height (Richmond) - Hawes

Praise to the Lord (Hast du denn, Jesu) – Anon.

Church's One Foundation, The (Aurelia) - Wesley

Crown Him With Many Crowns (Diademata) - Elvey

Love Divine, All Loves Excelling - Stainer

Holy! Holy! Holy! Lord God Almighty (Nicaea) - Dykes

Now thank we all our God (Nun danket) - Kruger

Abide with me – Monk – with Bruce Blyth (treble)

O praise ye the Lord – Parry

Choir of King's College Cambridge directed by Stephen Cleobury with Richard Farnes (organ)

Drop, drop, slow tears – Gibbons

Glory be to Jesus (Caswall) - Filitz

There is a green hill far away - Horsley

According to thy gracious word (Bangor) - Tansur

Holy Father Cheer Our Way (Capetown) - Filitz

Glory to thee, my God, this night - Tallis

Day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended, The (St Clement) - Scholfield

Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding (Vox clara ecce intonate / Stuttgart) - Monk

Jordanis oras praebia (On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry / Winchester New) – Anon.

Choir of King's College Cambridge directed by Sir David Willcocks with Simon Preston (organ). Recorded 2/8/1961, King's College, Cambridge

Onward! Christian soldiers (St Gertrude) - Sullivan

Lord's My Shepherd, The – Anon.

Guide me, O thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda) - Hughes

Huddersfield Choral Society conducted by Wyn Morris

All people that on earth do dwell – Trad.

O come, o come, Emmanuel – Trad – with Wilfred Brown (tenor)

Forty Days and Forty Nights (Heinlein) - Herbst - with Geoffrey Morgan (organ), Hervey Allan (baritone) & Wilfred Brown (tenor)

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded – Hassler – with Kathleen Joyce (contralto)

Christ the Lord is Risen Today – Monk – with Children's Choir from the Kenton Methodist Sunday School, Wilfred Brown, James Blades, Kathleen Joyce, Hervey Allan, Geoffrey Morgan & Heather Harper

Head that once was crowned with thorns, The (St Magnus) – Clarke – with James Blades (percussion)

Kingsway Symphony Orchestra, U.S.A.F. Protestant Chapel Choir, West Ruislip,& The McCarthy Singers directed by Charles Smart

Rock of Ages (Petra) - Redhead

Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita) - Dykes

Choir of St. Marks Church North Audley Street directed by Maurice Vinden

All things bright and beautiful - Monk

Be thou my vision – Trad.

Be Still my Soul (Finlandia) - Sibelius

King of love my Shepherd is, The (Dominus Regit Me) - Dykes

Let us with a Gladsome Mind – Anon.

For all the saints (Sine nomine) – Vaughan Williams

O worship the King (Hanover) - Croft

Choir of Paisley Abbey directed by George McPhee with Alexander Anderson (organ)

Come, Thou long-expected Jesus - Stainer

Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Anon.

Spirit of Mercy, Truth and Love - Webbe

Lead us, Heavenly Father, Lead us (Mannheim) - Filitz

Immortal, Invisible, God only Wise – Anon.

Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Aberystwyth) – Parry, J

Choir of St John's College Cambridge directed by George Guest, with Brian Runnett (organ). Recorded 7/8/1963, St. John's College, Cambridge

Jerusalem – Parry, C.H.H.

Waynflete Singers, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Winchester Cathedral Choir conducted by David Hill with Timothy Byram-Wigfield (organ)