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ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL CHOIR
HUW WILLIAMS organ
JOHN SCOTT conductor

SAMUEL SEBASTIAN WESLEY (1810–1876)
  1. Praise the Lord, my soul [11'49]

    STANLEY VANN (b1910)

  2. Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is [2'38]

    PERCY WHITLOCK (1903–1946)

  3. Glorious in Heaven [3'15]

    CHRISTOPHER DEARNLEY (1930–2000)

  4. Jubilate Deo [1'35]

    JOHN SHEPPARD (c1515–1558)

  5. Libera nos I [2'43]

    ORLANDO GIBBONS (1583–1625)

  6. Great Lord of Lords [5'01]

    SIR JOHN GOSS (1800–1880)

  7. O pray for the peace of Jerusalem from Praise the Lord, O my soul [4'12]

    SIR JOHN STAINER (1840–1901)

  8. They that wait upon the Lord from O clap your hands [3'50]

    SIR EDWARD BAIRSTOW (1874–1946)

  9. Lord, I call upon thee [4'52]

    SIR WILLIAM MCKIE (1901–1984)

  10. We wait for thy loving-kindness, O God [2'42]

    SIR CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852–1924)

  11. Ye choirs of new Jerusalem [5'08]

    SIR C HUBERT H PARRY (1848–1918)

  12. Lord, let me know mine end No 6 from Songs of Farewell [10'22]

    HUBERT MIDDLETON (1890–1959)

  13. Let my prayer be set forth [1'43]

    DOBRINKA TABAKOVA (b1980)

  14. Praise [5'47]

    JOHN SCOTT (b1956)

  15. Behold, O God our defender [2'46]

    JOHN RUTTER (b1945)

  16. A crown of glory [5'37]

English Anthem Vol 8 2004
HYPERION CDA67483 2004

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a note:

Volume 8 was John Scott’s last recording with St Paul’s – he took up his appointment as Organist and Director of Music at St Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York, in the autumn of 2004 – brings us the eighth (but not final …) volume in the choir’s critically acclaimed English Anthems series

Recorded in St Paul’s Cathedral, London, on 15–16 February and 15–16 March 2004
Recording Engineer
JULIAN MILLARD
Recording Producer
MARK BROWN
Front Design
TERRY SHANNON
Front Picture Research
RICHARD HOWARD
Booklet Editor
TIM PARRY
Executive Producer
SIMON PERRY
Hyperion Records Ltd, London, MMV

Duration: 75'54
DDD
Front illustration: When Apples were Golden and Songs were Sweet by John Melhuish Strudwick (1849–1937)

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