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Salisbury Cathedral congregation
Salisbury Cathedral congregation Christ Is Made The Sure Foundation
Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Westminster Abbey Music: adapt. From Henry Purcell (1659-95) Words: Latin, c.7th century, tr. J. M. Neale (1818-66) altd
Salisbury Cathedral congregation Brother, Sister let me serve you.
Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Servant Song Music & Words: Richard Gillard (b. 1953) © 1977 Scripture in Song, a division of Integrity Music. Administered by Kingsway's Thankyou Music Source: Songs of Praise Hymnbook no. 376
Salisbury Cathedral congregation I will sing the wonderous story
Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Hyfrydol Music: melody by R.H. Prichard (1811-87) Harm. R. Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Words: Francis Harold Rowley (1854-1952) © Harper Collins Religious. Administered by CopyCare Source:Songs of Praise Hymnbook no. 150
Hayley Westenra Amazing Grace
Music: Trad Words John Newton (1725-1807)
Salisbury Cathedral congregation, organist Daniel Cook God Is Love, Let Heaven Adore Him
Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Abbot’s Leigh Music: Cyril V. Taylor (1907-91) Words: Timothy Rees (1874-1939) and Compilers of BBC Hymn Book © Mowbray (an imprint of Cassell plc) Source: BBC Songs of Praise Hymnbook No. 5
Salisbury Cathedral Choristers, organist Daniel Cook Nunc Dimittis
Conductor: David Halls Music: Howard Goodall
Salisbury Cathedral congregation, organist Daniel Cook The Day Thou Gavest
Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: St Clement Music: C.C. Scholefield (1839-1904) Words: John Ellerton (1826-93) Source:Songs of Praise hymnbook no. 394
Cathedral Close Sailsbury
Presented by Aled Jones from Sailsbury
Helen is the manager of Salisbury Cathedral’s shop. She spoke to us about Wolfie, Salisbury’s world-famous Cathedral cat!
The Very Reverend June Osborne – Dean of Salisbury
In 1994 June Osborne was one of the original 1,500 women in England ordained as priests. The following year she moved to Salisbury Cathedral as Canon Treasurer, one of the Cathedral's three residentiary canons. In 2002 she became Acting Dean of Salisbury following the retirement of her predecessor, the Very Revd Derek Watson. In 2004 she was appointed Dean of Salisbury and installed in the Cathedral in a service during May.
Pamela Gueritz moved to Salisbury Cathedral Close with her husband in 1972. She worships at the Cathedral and the local Parish Church and spoke to Aled about her home which was built in or soon after 1310.
The Hall Family
David Halls has been Organist and Director of Music at Salisbury Cathedral since 2005. His 5 children spoke to Aled about life on the Cathedral Close.
Lindsay is the director of the Royal School of Church Music which has its administrative head quarters in Salisbury Cathedral Close. He spoke to Aled about the role of the RSCM and the chorister training programme called “Voice For Life”.
James King, Shelley Wilson and Oliver Short spoke to Aled as they were about to take the examination for their RSCM ‘Voice for Life’ Gold Award.
Sue has lived in Salisbury all her life and holds art classes in the Cathedral Close. She recently completed a book featuring her watercolours of buildings in the Close entitled “Salisbury, A Walk In The Close” published by Spire Books.
The Rt Rev. Nicholas Holtam - Bishop of Salisbury
On 15th October The Rt Rev. Nick Holtam will be enthroned in his new role as Bishop of Salisbury. Previously he was vicar at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square, a post he had held since 1995. He spoke to Aled about the challenges of his new role and about being the Cathedral Close’s newest resident.
Hymns recorded at Salisbury Cathedral
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