I know it is a bit early for Christmas Carols, but here is a preview of my latest collaboration with Colin Gordon-Farleigh. Let me know what you think.
A new recording of this famous hymn available in time for Trinity 8. I hope you enjoy it.
“I’m Made In The Likeness Of God” is an uplifting hymn and one of series written by Virgin Island author, Verna Penn Moll. Set to a new tune, “My Creator” composed by Richard Irwin. Source: I’m Made In The Likeness Of God (My Creator) – Piano & Flute
A new recording of “God Is Working His Purpose Out”, a rousing hymn with words by Arthur Campbell Ainger (1841 – 1919), an English lyricist and schoolmaster at Eton College, which might explain much of its tone. It is set to the tune “Benson” by Millicent D. Kingham (1866 – 1927), a South African composer. Very piece much of its time, with its echos of militant missionaries at the peak of British Empire, but still relevant today.
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