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Songs from Sunday School A collection of hymns and music which many will remember from Sunday school days. Today's children will love them! An album of warm, favourite songs of thoughtfulness and meditation from a more innocent age. Perfect to introduce the young to (or to remind the young at heart of) good quality music from the past.1. For the beauty of the earth2. Scarlet ribbons3. The old rugged cross4. The Lord's my shepherd5. Count your blessings6. The rosary7. Nearer my God to Thee8. All through the night9. Now the day is over10. All things bright & beautiful11. Praise, my soul, the King of heaven12. We plough the fields and scatter13. Onward, Christian soldiers14. Immortal, invisible15. He who would valiant be16. All people that on Earth do dwell17. Stand up! Stand up for Jesus18. O worship the King19. The holy city20. Ye holy angels brightThe Victoria SingersDirected by Sarah Tenant-FlowersHelen Parker SopranoDiane Atherton SopranoAlexandra Gibson ContraltoBen Rayfield TenorMark Wild TenorRobert Macdonald BassPaul Ayres Organ and PianoCCL CD511This compilation P & C 2004 Classical Communications LtdImage: Singing in Church Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) Private Collection/Bridgeman Art LibraryMade in Great BritainFor further information on The Gift of Music range of high quality CDs, please ask for a catalogue or visit our website: t: 01865 882920, www.thegiftofmusic.comInside book:Songs from Sunday School1. For the beauty of the earth Words by Folliot S Pierpoint Tune 'Dix' by Conrad Kocher2. Scarlet ribbons Words and Music by Jack Segal and Evelyn Danzig3. The old rugged cross Words and Music by George Bennard4. The Lord's my shepherd Words Scottish Psalter 1650 Tune 'Crimond' by Jessie Seymour Irvine5. Count your blessings Words by Edith Temple Music by Reginald Morgan6. The rosary Words by Robert Cameron Rogers Music by Ethelbert Nevin7. Nearer my God to Thee Words by Sarah F Adams Tune 'Bethany (Mason)' by Lowell Mason8. All through the night Words by Reginald Heber Tune 'Ar hyd y nos' traditional Welsh9. Now the day is over Words by Sabine Baring-Gould Tune 'Merrial' by Joseph Barnby10. All things bright & beautiful Words by Cecil Frances Alexander Tune 'Bright and beautiful' by William H Monk11. Praise, my soul, the King of heaven Words by Henry Francis Lyte Tune 'Lauda Anima' by John Goss12. We plough the fields and scatter Words translated from the German by Jane Montgomery Campbell Tune 'Wir pflügen' by J A P Schülz13. Onward, Christian soldiers Words by Sabine Baring-Gould Tune 'St Getrude' by Sir Arthur Sullivan14. Immortal, invisible Words by Walter Chalmers Smith Tune 'St Denio' traditional Welsh15. He who would valiant be Words by John Bunyan Tune 'Monks Gate' traditional English16. All people that on Earth do dwell Words by William Kethe Tune 'Old 100th' by Ravenscroft17. Stand up! Stand up for Jesus Words by George Duffield Tune 'Webb' by George J Webb18. O worship the King Words by Robert Grant Tune 'Hanover' arranged by William Croft19. The holy city Words by FE Weatherly Tune by Stephen Adams20. Ye holy angels brightWords by Richard BaxterMusic' Darwall's 148th' by John DarwallFor the beauty of the earthFor the glory of the skies,For the love which from our birthOver and around us lies.Lord of all, to Thee we raise,This our hymn of grateful praise.For the beauty of each hour,Of the day and of the night,Hill and vale, and tree and flower,Sun and moon, and stars of light.Lord of all, to Thee we raise,This our hymn of grateful praise.Fine thoughts and simple ones open our collection of songs for Sunday school, which mixes staunch Anglican hymns with, frankly, sentimental songs in religious vein. All are beautiful and lovely to listen to, but some stand out for me. 'Scarlet ribbons' is poignant and moving. 'The old rugged cross', the words and music of which were composed by the American writer and evangelist George Bennard, is a perennial favourite, with its slow and sombre melody supporting a text full of hope which looks forward to a better world. 'The Lord's my shepherd' is sung to the well-known tune 'Crimond', and is a hymn often heard at family occasions. Its words are a paraphrase of Psalm 23. 'Praise my soul the King of heaven' is one of the Christian world's all-time favourite wedding hymns, as well as being suitable for many other events. ' The holy city' by Stephen Adams remains a moving and dramatic work today. The other hymns and songs make a fine collection of music from the past, which, through its sheer quality, remains of interest and relevance to us today.Martin Souter
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