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Jessie Seymour Irvine (1836 – 1887) was the daughter of a Church of Scotland parish minister who served at Dunottar, Peterhead, and Crimond in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She is referred to by Ian Campbell Bradley in his 1997 book Abide with Me: The World of Victorian Hymns as standing "in a strong Scottish tradition of talented amateurs ... who tended to produce metrical psalm tunes rather than the dedicated hymn tunes increasingly composed in England".

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Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1988 Music for Weddings Various Artists 1
1989 Great Music from Great Occasions at Westminster Abbey Choir of Westminster Abbey, London Brass, Martin Neary 1
2000 Variazioni in Blue Ratsband Stadthagen 1
2014 Rejoice, the Lord Is King! The Choir of Westminster Abbey, James O'Donnell, Robert Quinney 1

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1989 Classic Hymns (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Chorus feat. conductor: Simon Halsey) Various Artists 1
1996 Abide With Me: 50 Favourite Hymns Various Artists 1
2006 Ultimate Classics: Essential Masterpieces Various Artists 2

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