FAVOURITE HYMNS
WITH

ENGLISH ORGAN MUSIC BASED ON THEM
 

GORDON PULLIN - TENOR
ACCOMPANIED BY BRIAN FINDLAY
WITH JONATHAN LILLEY

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‘Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle’ [Kettlebaston organ]
Edward Bairstow: Toccata-Prelude on the plainsong, ‘Pange Lingua’
‘Oh, who are they, so pure and bright’ [Kettlebaston organ]
Francis Jackson - Prelude on ‘Kettlebaston’
‘O what their joy and their glory must be’ [Monks Eleigh -Walker organ]
Philip Cranmer: Chorale Prelude ‘O quanta qualia’
‘O God of earth and altar’ [Monks Eleigh - Walker organ]
Percy Whitlock: Prelude on ‘King’s Lynn’
‘Let all mortal flesh keep silence’ [Chelsworth organ]
T.Tertius Noble: Choral Prelude on the tune ‘Picardy’
‘For the fruits of his creation’ [Chelsworth organ]
Francis Jackson: Prelude on ‘East Acklam’
‘Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty’ [Milden organ]
Vernon Griffiths: Trisagion on ‘Nicaea’
‘When I survey the wondrous Cross’ [Milden organ]
C.H.H.Parry: Chorale Prelude on ‘Rockingham’
‘Author of light divine’ [Brent Eleigh organ]
R.Vaughan Williams: Chorale Prelude ‘Rhosymedre’
‘Let us with a gladsome mind’ [Brent Eleigh organ]
Heathcote Statham: Diversion on ‘Monkland’
Philip Wilby: Tenebrae for Holy Week, on ‘O Sacred Head’ [Monks Eleigh -Allen organ]

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