Great Sacred Music: Epiphany
(Thursday 7th January)
Great Sacred Music
Thursday 7th January
Led by Revd Dr Sam Wells, with music from St Martin’s Voices, directed by Andrew Earis, accompanied by Ben Giddens.
As with gladness men of old
Die Könige (The Three Kings) – Cornelius
Coventry Carol – arr. Audrey Snyder
No small wonder – Paul Edwards
The music was recorded in person at St Martin-in-the-Fields, in strict compliance with the current government guidelines on professional singing in church and social distancing.
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