ChoralCast – How sweet the name that Jesus sounds

Today’s ChoralCast is the hymn ‘How sweet the name that Jesus sounds’, introduced by soprano Choral Scholar, Bea Derrick, and recently recorded by the Choral Scholars from their own homes.

In these challenging times, when sadly we can’t join together at St Martin’s to create music, we’re pleased to bring you a daily recording, sung by St Martin’s Voices, our flagship professional vocal ensemble. Each is introduced by a different member of our team, recorded at home.

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