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|God be in my head (Sarum Primer words) (1974) — mixed choir with keyboard||Colin Brumby|
|I will lift up mine eyes (1960) Psalm 121||Colin Brumby|
|There is a secret place||Alfred Ernest Floyd|
|This shall be a sign||Noel Grove|
Duration: 61 min.
Contents note: For all the saints / Vaughan Williams ; The king of love my shepherd is / Trad. ; Hark, hark my soul / Smart ; King of glory, King of peace / Jones ; Love divine, all loves excelling / Stainer ; Saviour of the world / Blow ; Psalm 93 ; Psalm 94 ; Psalm 127 ; Christ is made the sure foundation / Purcell ; A solemn melody / Davies ; The Lord is my shepherd ; All people that on Earth do dwell ; Ye servants of the Lord / Havergal ; Adam lay y'bounden / Parrott ; Tuba tune / Lang ; O sing unto the Lord (Psalm 149) ; There is a secret place / Floyd ; I will lift up mine eyes / Brumby ; God be in my head / Brumby ; This shall be a sign / Grove ; Lord, make me an instrument / Aston ; Now thank we al our God / Cruger.
Performers: Choir of St. Anne's Anglican Church, Strathfield ; St. Andrew's Cathedral Choir, Sydney ; Knox Gallery Choir ; Sydney Church of England Grammar School Choir ; Mark Bensted (organ) ; Mervyn Byers (organ) ; Peter Kneeshaw (organ) ; Robert Fox (organ) ; Peter McMillan (director, St. Anne's Choir) ; Michael Deasey (director, St. Andrew's Choir) ; Meg Matthews (director, Knox Choir) ; Keith Mitchell (director, Grammar School Choir).
Capture session: Recorded at Chapel of Shore School (Sydney Church of England Grammar School) and Chapel of the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Ashfield, Nov. 16 and 21, 1989, August 16 and 17, Sept. 6 and 7, Nov. 14 and Dec. 4, 1990.
Cover title: Ann Ramsay's Evensong.
Recording level: DDD
Includes programme notes and brief histories of the Choirs.
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