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1The King Shall Rejoice
instruments:
The Matheson Consort (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13) and The Philomusica of London (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
tenor vocals:
Robert Tear (tenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recording of:
Be thou exalted, Lord (The King Shall Rejoice) (Text from Psalm 21: 1-4, 7) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Matthew Locke
Matthew Locke11:41
2When the Son of Man shall come in all His Glory
instruments:
The Matheson Consort (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13) and The Philomusica of London (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
tenor vocals:
Robert Tear (tenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recording of:
When the Son of Man shall come in all His Glory (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Matthew Locke
Matthew Locke5:17
3Sing unto the Lord, O ye Saints
instruments:
The Matheson Consort (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13) and The Philomusica of London (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
tenor vocals:
Robert Tear (tenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recording of:
Sing unto the Lord, O ye Saints (Text from Psalm 30: 4ff.) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
John Blow (composer)
John Blow11:36
4O give thanks unto the Lord
instruments:
The Matheson Consort (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13) and The Philomusica of London (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
tenor vocals:
Robert Tear (tenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recording of:
O give thanks unto the Lord (Text from Psalm 160) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Pelham Humfrey (aka 'Humphrey', composer)
Pelham Humfrey11:01
5Hear O Heav'ns
recording of:
Hear, O Heav'ns
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Pelham Humfrey (aka 'Humphrey', composer)
Pelham Humfrey4:48
6By the Waters of Babylon
instruments:
The Matheson Consort (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13) and The Philomusica of London (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
tenor vocals:
Robert Tear (tenor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
recording of:
By the Waters of Babylon (Text from Psalm 137) (from 1976-03-12 until 1976-03-13)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Pelham Humfrey (aka 'Humphrey', composer)
Pelham Humfrey13:16

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