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PR 0873

Hymns of Love, Hope and Joy

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2011


Artists:

Philip Stopford

organ

The Priory Singers, Belfast



Venue:

Belfast Cathedral, Belfast, Northern Ireland

2/3/4 May 2006

Producer:

William Thompson



Record Label
Priory Records

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Organ

Total Time - 76:50
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MICHAEL FLEMING

Palace Green
  Words: Edmund Morgan (based on Revelation 1 vv 12-16)  
1 

You, living Christ, our eyes behold

2:25
   
 

FRIEDRICH WITT

Harmonia Sacra (Gotha, 1715)
  Stuttgart adapted from a melody in C. Verses 2,3 & 5 arr. Harry Grindle.  
  Words: Marcus Aurelius Clemens Prodentius (c.348-413)  
2 

Earth has many a noble city

2:05
   
 

W HORSLEY

'Horsley' by
  Words: Mr C.F. Alexander (1818-95)  
  Verses 3 & 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
3 

There is a green hill far away

2:04
   
 

HARRY GRINDLE

'Stranmillis' -
  Words: Norma Grindle (b.1945)  
4 

Father, as we come before You

2:28
  This tune, which was awared 'Special Mention' in the St. Paul's Cathedral, London Millennium Hymn Competition in February 1999, is included in the latest edition of the St. Paul's Cathedral Hymnal.  
 

DONALD DAVISON

'Kerrington' by
  Words: Albert Frederick Bayly  
5 

O Lord of every shining constellation

2:42
   
 

14TH CENTURY GERMAN CAROL

'Quem pastores'
  arr. R. Vaughan Williams  
  Verses 2 & 5 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Percy Dearmer  
6 

Jesus, good above all other

2:25
   
 

G.F HÄNDEL

'Gopsal' - Melody and bass by
  Words: Charles Wesley  
  Verse 4: Descant and organ part by Harry Grindle  
7 

Rejoice, the Lord is King

2:30
   
 

CHARLES HUBERT H. PARRY

'Repton'
  From a song in his oratorio, 'Judith' (1888)  
  Verses 4 & 5 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Verse 3 arr. David Willcocks  
  Words: John Greenleaf Whittier  
8 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind

3:56
   
 

EDWARD NORMAN HAY

'In armour bright'
  Verses 3 & 5 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander (1818-95) altd.  
9 

The eternal gates are lifted up

2:23
   
 

WILLIAM HENRY MONK

'Eventide'
  Verses 3 & 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Verse 5 arr. David Willcocks  
10 

Abide with me

3:58
   
 

HUGH WILSON

'Martyrdom'
  Verses 2 & 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Nahum Tate & Nicholas Brady Based on Paslm 42 (New Version 1696)  
11 

As pants the hart for cooling streams

2:14
   
 

ADAPTED FROM AN ENGLISH FOLK-SONG BY RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

'Monks Gate'
  Verse 3: Descant & organ part by Harry Grindle  
  Words: John Bunyan and Percy Dearmer  
12 

He who would valiant be

2:11
   
 

WELSH TRADITIONAL MELODY

'Ar hyd y nos'
  harm. George H.P. Hewson  
  Verse 2: arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Verse 1 - Reginald Heber, Verse 2 - Richard Whately  
13 

God that madest earth and heaven

1:50
   
 

HARRY GRINDLE

'Bangor Abbey'
  Words: Timothy Dudley-Smith  
  (Permission kindly granted)  
14 

We believe in God the Father

2:29
   
 

ALISON CADDEN

'Ellen'
  arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Charles Wesley (1707-88) altd.  
15 

Peace be to this congregation

1:40
   
 

LATER FORM OF MELODY FROM JOHANN CRUGER'S 'PRAXIS PIETATIS MEDLICA'

'Nun danket'
  (Berlin, 1647 edn.)  
  Harmony adapted from Mendelssohn's 'Lobgesang' (1840)  
  Verse 3: Descant & organ part by Geoffrey Shaw  
  Words: Martin Rinkart tr. Catherine Winkworth  
16 

Now thank we all our God

2:44
   
 

CHARLES WOOD

'Emain Macha'
  Verse 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Attrib. Columba  
17 

Alone with none but Thee

2:26
   
 

JOHN BACCHUS DYKES

'Rivaulx'
  Verse 2 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Edward Cooper  
18 

Father of heaven

2:17
   
 

MELODY ASCRIBED TO JESSIE SEYMOUR IRVINE

'Crimond'
  but probably by David Grant (1833-93). Harm. Thomas C.L. Pritchard (1885-1960)  
  Verse 3 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Verse 5: Descant by Keith Rogers (b.1943)  
  Words: William Whittingham (1524-79)  
  Old Scottish metrical version of Psalm 23.  
19 

The Lord's my shepherd

2:56
   
 

IRISH TRADITIONAL MELODY

'Moville'
  arr. John Vine  
  Words: Attrib. Columba (c.520-597)  
  tr. The Rev. Duncan MacGregor  
20 

Christ is the world's Redeemer

3:30
   
 

E.G. MONK

'Angel voices'
  Verse 4: Descant & organ part by Harry Grindle  
  Words: Francis Pott  
21 

Angel voices, ever singing

2:16
   
 

17TH CENTURY

'French carol'
  found in Tiersot's 'Mélodies' (Paris 1887)  
  Verses 2 & 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: From the Liturgy of St James tr. Gerard Moultrie  
22 

Let all mortal flesh keep silence

2:53
   
 

EDWARD F DARLING

'Limerick'
  Verse 5: Descant & organ part by Harry Grindle  
  Words: Timothy Dudley-Smith  
23 

When God the Spirit came

2:39
   
 

IRISH TRADITIONAL MELODY

'Slane'
  harm. Harry Grindle  
  Verses 3 & 5: arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Early Irish. tr. Mary Byrne. Versified, Eleanor Hull  
24 

Be Thou my vision

3:14
   
 

JEREMIAH CLARKE

'St Magnus'
  Verses 2 & 4 arr. Harry Grindle  
  Words: Philip Doddridge  
25 

Hark the glad sound!

1:41
   
 

KENNETH NAYLOR

'Coe Fen'
  Verse 4: Descant & organ part by Harry Grindle  
  Words: John Mason  
26 

How shall I sing that majesty

3:34
   
 

ADAPTED BY EDWARD MILLER

'Rockingham'
  from a melody in 'A Second Supplement to Psalmody in Miniature' (c.1780)  
  Verses 2 & 3: Harm. mostly Samuel Webbe the younger  
  Verse 4: Descant & organ part by Harry Grindle  
  Words: Isaac Watts  
27 

When I survey the wondrous cross

2:40
   
 

WILLIAM CROFT

  'St Anne' - Later form of a melody in 'A Supplement to the New Version' (1708)  
  Verse 4: arr. Harry Grindle  
  Verse 6: Descant and organ part by Keith Rogers  
  Words: Isaac Watts. Based on Psalm 90 vv 1-6.  
28 

O God our help in ages past

2:33
   
 

ARTHUR SUMERVILLE

  from 'The Passion of Christ' (1914)  
  Words: John Henry Newman  
29 

Praise to the Holiest in the height

4:07
   


The Priory Singers, Belfast are directed by Harry Grindle with Philip Stopford (organ)


 

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