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Great Sacred Music: Walk softly Great Sacred Music Podcast Thursday 28 May Walk softy Led by Revd...
ChoralCast: The MovieA series of fifty pieces of glorious choral music either from our recording...
ChoralCast - Passion Music (Will Todd)Marking our 50th and final daily ChoralCast in the current...
ChoralCast - I stood on the River of Jordan (arr. Moses Hogan) From the banks of the beautiful...
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Great Sacred Music online, King of glory, King of peace, led by Revd Dr Sam Wells, with music by St Martin’s Voices.
Hilary Cronin, soprano, returns to introduce Moses Hogan’s arrangement of the spiritual ‘Wade in the water’.
Soprano Victoria Meteyard introduces St Martin’s Voices singing ‘Holy is the true light’ by Harris.
Bass Ben Tomlin introduces St Martin’s Voices singing ‘Give us the wings of faith’ by James Whitbourn.
Daisy Walford, a soprano in St Martin’s Voices, introduces the group singing the hymn ‘Angel voices ever singing’.
Tenor Chris Huggon introduces St Martin’s Voices singing Bernadette Farrell’s ‘O God you search me and you know me’.
Great Sacred Music Podcast
Thursday 7 May 2020
Alto Sophie Timms returns to introduce St Martins Voices singing ‘Open thou mine eyes’ by John Rutter.
Soprano Choral Scholar, Alice Harberd introduces the final ChoralCast with our Choral Scholars, the triumphant hymn ‘To God be the glory’, recently recorded by the Choral Scholars from their own homes.
Today’s ChoralCast features the hymn ‘Christ is our corner-stone ‘, recently recorded by the Choral Scholars from their own homes and introduced by bass Choral Scholar, Adam Jarman.
Today’s ChoralCast features the hymn ‘Ye that know the Lord is gracious’, recently recorded by the Choral Scholars from their own homes and introduced by alto Choral Scholar, Lydia Ward.
Today we mark VE Day with a ChoralCast introduced by tenor Choral Scholar, Rob Folkes, featuring the hymn ‘Thy hand, O God, has guided’, recently recording by the Choral Scholars from their own homes.
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