A beautiful hymn for Good Friday, with words written by Isaac Watts (1674 – 1748) and set to the tune Rockingham by an anonymous composer adapted by Edward Miller (1735 – 1807). Performed by Richard Irwin. No Organist? Find 100’s of hymns for free download at https://play.hymnswithoutwords.com
Just released hymn for pentecost, please play, like and share 🙂
A classic Easter hymn with words based upon the 14th Century ‘Surrexit hodie’ set to a melody from the ‘Lyra Davidica’ pf 1708 harmonised by William Henry Monk (1823-1889). Performed by Richard M.S. Irwin. No Organist? 100’s of tracks for use in Church available from play.hymnswithoutwords.com
From ‘Classic Hymns For Lent And Passiontide’ a hymn by Henry Kirke White (1785 – 1806) set to the tune ‘University College’ by Henry John Gauntlett (1805 – 1876). Recorded by Richard M.S. Irwin. No organist? Download 100’s of free hymns for congregational from play.hymnswithoutwords.com
A hymn for Good Friday with words by Charles William Everest (1814-1877) based upon Mark 8. Set to the tune ‘Breslau’ from ‘As Hymnodus Sacer’ (1625) arranged by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Performed by Richard M.S. Irwin.
Source: Be still, my soul (Finlandia)
A contemplative hymn by Katharina Amalia Dorothea Von Schelgal (1764-1839), translated by Jane L. Borthwick (1813-1897) and set to the beautiful tune “Finlandia” by Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). Performed by Richard M.S. Irwin. No organist? Visit https://play.hymnswithoutwords.com for 100’s of free downloads.
A hymn for Maundy Thursday written by the poet Shapcott Wensley (1854-1917) and put to music by John Henry Maunder (1858-1920) to a tune of the same name. Please play, like and share :-).
Source: Such Love (Piano Ensemble)
A great and moving hymn by Graham Kendrick newly released.
Based upon words by St Bernard of Clairvaux (1091 – 1153) and translated by Edward Caswell (1814 – 1878) this beautiful is set to the tune ‘St Agnes’ by John Bacchus Dykes (1823 – 1876). Please play, like and share – thank you!
One of Charles Wesley’s (1707 – 1788) beautiful hymns set to ‘Aberystwyth’ by Joseph Parry. Performed by Richard M.S. Irwin as part of his ‘Classic Hymns For Lent And Passiontide’ collection.