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Harvest

For the season of harvest, Aled Jones meets the Archers - Britain's most famous fictional farming family - as well as members of the real-life farming community in the Vale of Evesham. Plus, he introduces some favourite harvest hymns.

35 minutes

Last on

Sun 27 Sep 2009 17:10

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  • Choirs & Congregation of All Saints’ Church, Evesham

    To The O Lord, Our Hearts We Raise

    Organist: John S. Bailey Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Composer: Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) Tune: Golden Sheaves Words: W. Chatterton Dix (1837-98) 'Songs of Praise' Hymnbook # 400

  • The Arnold Singers of Rugby School

    Now The Green Blade Riseth

    Organist: Max Pappenheim Conductor: Richard Dunster-Sigtermans Tune: Noel Nouvelet Words: J.M.C. Crum (1872-1958) Arranger: Simon Lindley 'Songs of Praise' Hymnbook # 112

  • Choirs & Congregation of All Saints’ Church, Evesham

    We Plough The Fields

    Organist: John S. Bailey Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Wir Pfluegen Composer: J.A.P. Schulz (1747-1800) Words: Matthias Claudius (1740-1815) tr. Jane Campbell (1817-78) 'Songs of Praise' Hymnbook # 401

  • Choirs & Congregation of All Saints’ Church, Evesham

    For The Beauty Of The Earth

    Organist: John S. Bailey Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Composer: English Traditional Melody adapt. Geoffrey Shaw Tune: England’s Lane Words: F.S Pierpoint (1835-1917) 'Songs of Praise' Hymnbook # 222

  • The Arnold Singers of Rugby School

    Jesus Christ The Apple Tree

    Conductor: Richard Dunster-Sigtermans Music: Elizabeth Poston (1905-87) From Divine Hymns or Spiritual Songs, compiled by Joshua Smith

  • Alice Halstead and Harry Bradford

    And He Shall Feed His Flock

    Organist: Simon Lole Music: GF Handel (from ‘Messiah’)

  • Choirs & Congregation of All Saints’ Church, Evesham

    Come, Ye Thankful People, Come

    Organist: John S. Bailey Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: St George’s. Windsor Composer: George J. Elvey (1816-93) Words: Henry Alford (1810-71) 'Songs of Praise' Hymnbook #397

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Aled Jones
Producer Rowan Morton Gledhill
Executive Producer Tommy Nagra

Broadcast

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