Tracklist

CD 1
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1All People That on Earth Do Dwell
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Old Hundredth (Psalm 100; arr. Vaughan Williams) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
William Kethe
composer:
Loys Bourgeois (French renaissance composer)
arranger:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer) (in 1953)
is based on:
Old 100th (original tune)
[anonymous] / Ralph Vaughan Williams4:49
2Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven!
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven! (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Henry Francis Lyte
additional composer:
Alan Gray (organist and composer)
composer:
Sir John Goss
Sir John Goss, Alan Gray2:35
3The Lord's My Shepherd
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Crimond (The Lord’s my shepherd) (Psalm 23) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
additional composer:
William Baird Ross
composer:
Jessie Seymour Irvine
arranger:
David Grant (hymn harmoniser)
Jessie Seymour Irvine, William Baird Ross / David Grant3:06
4Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Love divine, all loves excelling (tune “Blaenwern”, with descant by O’Donnell) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
additional composer:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master)
composer:
William Penfro Rowlands
version of:
Love divine, all loves excelling (Hymn, tune “Blaenwern”)
William Penfro Rowlands, James O’Donnell3:22
5Guide Me, o Thou Great Redeemer
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah (lyrics by William Williams, music by John Hughes) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
William Williams (Welsh hymn writer) (in 1745)
composer:
John Hughes (Welsh composer of hymns (including "Cwm Rhondda"), 1873–1932) (in 1907)
is based on:
Cwm Rhondda (1907 hymn tune, no lyrics)
John Hughes / James O’Donnell2:38
6Rejoice, the Lord Is King!
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Rejoice, the Lord Is King (On the Resurrection), HWV 286 (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist and librettist:
Charles Wesley (hymn writer)
composer:
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (in 1747)
part of:
Händel-Werke-Verzeichnis (number: HWV 286)
George Frideric Handel / Robert Quinney2:29
7Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Christ is made the sure foundation (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
additional composer:
Christopher Robinson (British conductor & organist)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
translator:
John Mason Neale
Henry Purcell, Christopher Robinson3:27
8Love of the Father
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Love of the Father (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Orlando Gibbons (composer)
translator:
Robert Bridges (poet)
Orlando Gibbons / Robert Quinney2:34
9Drop, Drop, Slow Tears
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Drop, drop, slow tears (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Phineas Fletcher
composer:
Orlando Gibbons (composer)
part of:
The Way of the Cross (Book)
Orlando Gibbons1:23
10Thine Be the Glory
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Thine be the glory (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Edmond Louis Budry
composer:
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer)
translator:
Richard Hoyle
George Frideric Handel2:48
11All My Hope on God Is Founded
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Michael: "All my hope on God is founded" (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Joachim Neander
composer:
Herbert Howells (composer) (in 1930)
translator:
Robert Bridges (poet)
Herbert Howells3:26
12I Bind Unto Myself Today
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
I bind unto myself today (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (Irish composer)
translator:
Cecil Frances Alexander
[anonymous] / Sir Charles Villiers Stanford5:21
13Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
solo bass vocals:
Julian Empett (lay vicar & bass vocalist) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Sir David Willcocks
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Scott descant) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
John Greenleaf Whittier
additional composer:
John Scott (organist, choirmaster)
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer)
version of:
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
Sir Hubert Parry, John Scott / Sir David Willcocks3:37
14O Praise Ye the Lord!
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
O Praise Ye the Lord! (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Sir Henry Williams Baker
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer)
Sir Hubert Parry2:34
15O Thou Who Camest From Above
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
O thou who camest from above (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Charles Wesley (hymn writer)
composer:
Samuel Sebastian Wesley
is based on:
Hereford (Hymn tune)
Samuel Sebastian Wesley2:38
16Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Sidney Campbell (English organist)
translator:
Gerard Moultrie
is based on:
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Vaughan Williams arrangement of Picardy)
[anonymous] / Sidney Campbell2:48
17O Worship the King
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
O worship the King (descant by Gray) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Sir Robert Grant (politician and poet)
additional composer:
Alan Gray (organist and composer)
composer:
William Croft
version of:
O worship the King (hymn to tune Hanover)
William Croft, Alan Gray / Robert Quinney2:21
18I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
solo bass vocals:
Jonathan Brown (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (tune: Kingsfold) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Horatius Bonar
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) and Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer)
arranger:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer)
is based on:
Kingsfold
[traditional] / Ralph Vaughan Williams, Robert Quinney2:37
19Come Down, o Love Divine
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Come down, O love divine (tune: Down Ampney) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Bianco da Siena
composer:
Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer)
translator:
Richard Frederick Littledale
Ralph Vaughan Williams3:13
20Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master)
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Lobe den Herren) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Joachim Neander
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
translator:
Catherine Winkworth
[anonymous] / James O’Donnell3:03
21Abide With Me
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Sir David Willcocks
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Abide With Me (Set to tune ‘Eventide’) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
Henry Francis Lyte
composer:
William Henry Monk
is based on:
Abide With Me (hymn without specified tune)
William Henry Monk / Sir David Willcocks4:47
22And Did Those Feet in Ancient Time
recording engineer:
David Hinitt
producer:
Adrian Peacock (bass vocalist, producer)
organ:
Robert Quinney (organist and choir director) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
choir vocals:
Choir of Westminster Abbey (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
conductor:
James O’Donnell (organist and choir master) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
arranger:
Sir George Thomas Thalben-Ball
recorded at:
Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
recording of:
Jerusalem (anthem by Hubert Parry) (from 2012-10 until 2013-01)
lyricist:
William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker)
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer) (in 1916)
is based on:
Jerusalem (poem by Blake)
Sir Hubert Parry / Sir George Thalben-Ball3:07

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photography:Gorm Shackelford
liner notes:The Revd Dr James Hawkey
executive producer:Nick Flower
Simon Perry (Hyperion classical music producer)
recorded at:Westminster Abbey in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 2012-10-04 until 2012-10-05, from 2013-01-17 until 2013-01-18)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/10836157 [info]
ASIN:UK: B00FMUX7YY [info]
discography entry:http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_CDA68013 [info]