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Llyn Peninsula

Sally Magnusson explores the Llyn Peninsula on one of Britain's oldest pilgrimage routes. Hymns are sung by the Fron Male Voice Choir and RSCM Millennium Youth Choir.

Sally Magnusson travels along the Llyn Peninsula, one of Britain's oldest and most scenic pilgrimage routes. She explores ancient churches, a holy well, and ends her journey on Bardsey Island.

The hymns, sung by the Fron Male Voice Choir and the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir, include Guide me O thou great Redeemer, For all the saints and Abide with me.

35 minutes

Last on

Sun 20 Sep 2009 17:15

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  • The Fron Male Voice Choir

    Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer

    Tune: Cwm Rhondda Music: John Hughes (1873-1932) Words: William Williams (1717-91) and Peter Williams (1727-96) and others Conductor: Ann Atkinson

  • The Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.

    For All The Saints

    Tune: Sine Nomine Music: R. Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Arranged By: David Ogden, especially for Songs of Praise. Not available commercially Words: W. W. How (1823-97) Conductor: David Ogden Organist: Daniel Moult Taken from Songs of Praise Hymn Book #199

  • The Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.

    Put All Your Trust In God

    Tune: Diademata Music: George J. Elvey (1816-93) Arranged By: David Ogden, especially for Songs of Praise. Not available commercially Words: Paul Gerhardt (1607-76) adapted from John Wesley Conductor: David Ogden Organist: Daniel Moult

  • The Fron Male Voice Choir

    When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

    Tune: Morte Criste Music: Emrys Jones Words: Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Conductor: Ann Atkinson

  • The Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.

    Breathe On Me, Breath of God

    Tune: Carlisle Music: Charles Lockhart (1745-1815) Arranged By: David Ogden, especially for Songs of Praise. Not available commercially Words: Edwin Hatch (1835-89) altd. Conductor: David Organ Organ: Daniel Moult Harpist: Eira Lynn Jones Taken from Songs of Praise Hymn Book # 160

  • The Fron Male Voice Choir

    Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (Battle Hymn of the Republic)

    Tune: Battle Hymn Music: Melody attrib. William Steffe (c.1850) Words: Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910) Conductor: Ann Atkinson

  • The Fron Male Voice Choir

    Abide With Me

    Tune: Eventide Music: W. H. Monk (1823-89) Words: H. F. Lyte (1793-1847) Conductor: Ann Atkinson

  • The Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.

    A Gaelic Blessing (Deep Peace of the Running Wave to You)

    Words: Adapted from an old Gaelic Rune Music: John Rutter Arranged By: David Ogden, especially for Songs of Praise. Not available commercially Organist: Daniel Moult Harpist: Eira Lynn Jones

  • Derw Bach.

    Welsh Triple Harps

    Arranged By: Mair Dobson, based on an original idea by Robin Huw Bowen Clychau Caerfyrddin (The Bells of Carmarthen) into Clychau Llanfyllin (The Bells of Llanfyllin)

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Sally Magnusson
Producer Garry Boon
Executive Producer Tommy Nagra

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