Music Played9 items
Winchester Waytes 'Sumer is a-cumen in'
Recorded at the Great Hall, Winchester
Robert Prizeman, Maurice Murphy, Steven Geraghty 'SONGS OF PRAISE' SIG. TUNE
Composer : Robert Prizeman
Winchester Cathedral Congregation CROWN HIM WITH MANY CROWNS
Words: Matthew Bridges (1800-94) Tune: Diademata Music: George J. Elvey (1816-93) From: sop 121 Arranger: Darius Battiwalla
Winchester Cathedral Congregation O PRAISE YE THE LORD
Words: H.W. Baker (1821-77) Tune: Laudate Dominum Music: from the anthem ‘Hear my words, ye people’ by C.Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918) From: SOP 244
Winchester Cathedral Congregation GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS
Tune: Faithfulness Words: T.O. Chisholm (1866-1960) © 1951 Hope Publishing, Administered by CopyCare, PO Box 77, Hailsham BN27 3EF, UK. Music: W.M. Runyan (1870-1957) From: SOP 8 Arranger: Robert Ramskill
Cathedral Girl Choristers LIFT THINE EYES (from "Elijah")
Director of Music: Andrew Lumsden Composer: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847) Published: Choral Public Domain Library
Winchester Cathedral Congregation LORD OF BEAUTY, THINE THE SPLENDOUR
Words: C.A. Alington (1872-1955) Tune: Regent Square Music: Henry Smart (1818-79) From: NEH 265 Arranger: Paul Leddington Wright
Elin Manahan Thomas HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET (Handel Messiah)
Organist: Andrew Lumsden Composer: Handel Words: Compiled from Holy Scripture by Charles Jennes Pub: Novello Publishing Ltd.
Winchester Cathedral Congregation CHRIST TRIUMPHANT
Words: Michael Saward (b. 1932) © Michael Saward/Jubilate Hymns Tune: Guiting Power Music: John Barnard (b. 1948) From: SOP 119 Arranger: Craig McLeish
Factsheet for Sunday 13th June
Presented by Pam Rhodes from Winchester
HOSPITAL OF ST. CROSS
Pam explores the Hospital of St. Cross, she meets Senior Brother Ron Stacey who has lived at St. Cross for over twenty years, he explains about the old traditions which are still kept up today.
One of the newest Brothers is Mike Rowlands – he tells Pam how he came to live at St. Cross.
Sparsholt College on the outskirts of Winchester, is home to the Gardener’s Question Time garden, and where the experts really do answer the listeners’ postbag in the Potting Shed...! It’s also the main agricultural college for the county of Hampshire. Joanna Brown is a Course Tutor at Sparsholt, she talks about how her faith supports her in her role as a tutor and also her pastoral duties to her students and the environment.
Founder and Head Teacher, The Winchester Music School, also a member of the Winchester Waytes, explains the significance of the Moot Horn.
Director of Chapel Music, Winchester College Quiristers – explains the Quirisiters unique role in singing at services in the College Chapel.
Director of Music, Winchester Cathedral – is seen rehearsing with the Winchester Boy Choristers and the Girl Choristers, he explains how he encourages and enthuses the choristers in church music.
Photograph shown of Gardeners’ Question Time panellists :-
Winchester Quiristers: “How Can I Keep From Singing” – Composer: Robert Lowry, arr. Malcolm Archer (Pubs: M/S) (Conductor Malcolm Archer)
Winchester Choristers rehearsing “O God, Thou Art My God” Purcell, pubs: Novello (Conductor: Andrew Lumsden)
Girl Choristers of Winchester Cathedral rehearse “How Lovely” J. Brahms, edition Peters; (conductor Andrew Lumsden)
Facsimile copy of the Winchester Troper reproduced with kind permission of The Master and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
- Pam Rhodes
- Pamela Hossick
- Executive Producer
- Tommy Nagra