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Performer: Malcolm Archer

ANONYMOUS: Innocents. Gentle Jesus, meek and mild (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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ARCHER, MALCOLM: Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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ARCHER, MALCOLM: Missa Omnes Sancti. Domum, dulce domum (Review by Alan Swanson)

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BAIN: The Lord's my shepherd (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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BARING-GOULD: Now the day is over (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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BEVAN: There's a wideness in God's mercy (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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CHALLINOR: Tell me the story of Jesus (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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CLARKE, JEREMIAH: O Jesu, King Most Wonderful (Review by Alan Swanson)

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COLE, WILLIAM: A Heart Alone (Review by Alan Swanson)

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CONVERSE: What a friend we have in Jesus (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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DARWALL: Ye holy angels bright (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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DAVIES, H. WALFORD: God be in my head (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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DYSON: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in c (Review by Alan Swanson)

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DYSON: Morning Service in D. Lauds (Review by Alan Swanson)

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ELGAR: Choral Music (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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ELGAR: Choral Music (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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ELGAR: Give Unto the Lord (Psalm 29), op. 74. Ave Verum Corpus, op. 2, no. 1. Drakes Broughton (Hymn (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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ELGAR: Give Unto the Lord (Psalm 29), op. 74. Ave Verum Corpus, op. 2, no. 1. Drakes Broughton (Hymn (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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FARRELL, BERNADETTE: O God, you search me and you know me (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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FERGUSON, HOWARD: O Jesus, I have promised (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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FINLAY: Daisies are our silver (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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GARDINER, WILLIAM: We have a gospel to proclaim (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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GREATOREX: Tell out, my soul (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Thine be the glory (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HAVERGAL: Blest are the pure in heart (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HAYNE: Loving Shepherd of thy Sheep (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HOPKINS, EDWARD: Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HORSLEY: There is a green hill far away (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HOWELLS: Hymn for St. Cecilia. I love all beauteous things. Magnificat, Nunc dimittis (for King's College). Magnificat, Nunc dimittis (for New College). O pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Salve Regina. Sequence for St. Michael. Te Deum, Benedictus (for St. George's Chapel). 3 Carol-Anthems (Review by James Carson)

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HUGHES, JOHN: Guide me, O thou great Redeemer (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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HUMPHREY, RAYMOND: I Sing of a Maiden (Review by Alan Swanson)

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JACKSON, THOMAS: All things which live below the sky (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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KIRKPATRICK: Away in a manger. Jesus good above all other (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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KNECHT: God my Father loving me (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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LOCKHART: Breathe on me, breath of God (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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MONK: All things bright and beautiful (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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PARRY: Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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PHILLIPS: O for a thousand tongues to sing (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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PROVOST: Jubilate deo (Review by Alan Swanson)

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PURCELL: Christ is made the sure foundation (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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PURDAY: Lead, kindly Light (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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ROWLANDS: Love divine, all loves excelling (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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RUNYAN: Great is thy faithfulness (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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SHAW: Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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SLATER: Jesu, the very thought of thee (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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STAINER: There is a friend for little children (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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SULLIVAN: Onward, Christian soldiers (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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TESCHNER: All glory, laud, and honour (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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TRADITIONAL: Little Jesus, sweetly sleep. Rocking. From out of a wood did a cuckoo fly. Morning has broken. When a knight won his spurs. Lord of the Dance. Quem pastores laudavere. Shipston (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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TRADITIONAL: Lord of all hopefulness. Firmly I believe and truly (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: He who would valiant be (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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WEELKES: Hosanna to the Son of David (Review by Alan Swanson)

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WESLEY, SAMUEL SEBASTIAN: Ascribe Unto the Lord. Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace (Review by Alan Swanson)

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WESLEY, SAMUEL SEBASTIAN: O thou that earnest from above (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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