New recording of one of the world’s favourite hymns. Words by Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander (1818-1895). This setting by William Henry Monk (1823-1889). #hymn #organ
With lyrics by John Samuel Bewley Monsell (1811-1875) this famous hymn has been set to “Worship”, a new tune by Ian Lawrie. Performed by Richard Irwin.
I hope you like this new recording, a triumphant hymns with lyrics from “Urbs beata Jerusalem” (c. 7th century), translated John Mason Neale (1818 – 1866) and set to the music of Henry Purcell (1659 – 1695) arranged E. Hawkins (1802 – 1868). Performed by Richard Irwin. No organist? 100’s of hymns available for use in services from play.hymnswithoutwords.com
The Gardener’s Hymn
Dedicated to my sister Suzi Irwin, a dedicated garden designer, gardener and artist
Just released. A hymn for Trinity Sunday with words by John Henry Newman (1801-1890) set to an old Warwickshire Ballad, Shipston by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958). Performed by Richard Irwin. Source: Firmly I Believe And Truly (Shipston) – Organ
A hymn with words by Charles Wesley (1707–1788) set to the tune Darwell’s 148th by John Darwall (1731–1789), performed by Richard M.S. Irwin. Source: Rejoice, the Lord is King (Darwell’s 148th) – Organ
Another brand new hymn by Verna Penn Moll inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic with words based upon Haggai 6: 2-7 & Hebrews 12: 27. Set to a new tune Draycot by Richard Irwin.
A lovely #hymn written during the 2020 #Covid-19 crisis by Verna Penn Moll and suitable for Pentecost. Set to the tune Herdswick by Richard Irwin.