Tom Trenney and Jeremy Bankson conduct the Plymouth Choir, Plymouth Ringers, and the Plymouth Brass at the First-Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska.
New! John Ledwon brings popular hymns to the theatre organ, in this beautifully recorded CD. The styles range from reverent, to flamboyant, to light-hearted. Ledwonn showcases the theatre organ's dynamic range, making it ideal for all genres of Christian music.
Benjamin G. Bachmann directs The Grace Cathdedral Choir of men and boys. This beautifully recorded CD also features Thomas Joyce, organist. The century old choir performs many well known hymns, anthems and psalms.
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Under the direction of Roy Massey and Richard Lloyd, the Hereford Cathedral Choir continues a tradition of choral excellence some 700 years old, performing a variety of familiar and unfamiliar hymns. Robert Green accompanies on the 1892 Father Willis organ.
A collection of hymn improvisations from the Portageville Chapel Retreat for Organists, a non-profit retreat center for organists in an idyllic western New York State hamlet.
A careful selection of hymns and arrangements very well sung by the Ripon Cathedral Choir and including six hymns arranged by C. V. Stanford, his Opus 113.
Amazing Grace: SIXTY Hymns of Faith & Praise
William Neil plays the Aeolian-Skinner at National Presbyterian Church
William Neil plays favorite hymns of the Easter season on the 5m Aeolian-Skinner, 106 ranks at National Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC. Click on the headline for more details.
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Now, Five Volumes! The Wells Cathedral Choir directed by Malcolm Archer; Rupert Gough, organist, sing five CD volumes of hymns in the grand acoustics of the cathedral as accompanied by the 4-manual organ of 79 ranks built in 1910 and 1974 by Harrison & Harrison retaining much of the 1857 instrument by Henry Willis and some pipes which Willis had used from the 1786 Samuel Green organ. Click for details on each volume and to order.
The New English Hymnal
SERIES COMPLETE! ALL 23 VOLUMES NOW AVAILABLE Choirs of the great English churches sing hymns from the New English Hymnal which is used in churches throughout Great Britain. This series from Priory Records includes all of the hymns in it. Click headline to see all of the volumes and their contents.
Famed organist Bob Ralston, an alumnus of the Lawrence Welk Orchestra, plays the 3-66 Kimball at the Dickinson High School Auditorium, Wilmington, Delaware. Click Headline for Details & to Order
Beloved hymns are sung with fine organ accompaniment by the Choir of St. Maryís Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh; Dennis Townhill, director; Peter Backhouse, organist. Click on the headline for more information and to order.
Dan Miller plays the 1990 Moller 5-205 with 11,499 pipes. A pianist and brass ensemble play in some arrangements. Click picture for list of hymns
John Scott, conductor; and Christopher Dearnley, organist with the St. Paul's Cathedral Choir and the English Brass Ensemble. Praise My Soul the King of Heaven, O Worship the King, There Is A Green Hill Far Away, Immortal Invisible, Praise to the Lord the Almighty, Ye Holy Angels Bright, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, many more.
DAN MILLER: In the Garden, Count Your Blessings, Great is Thy Faithfulness RICHARD PURVIS: Where You There When They Crucified My Lord ROLAND DIGGLE: Rhapsody on Negro Spirituals DALE WOOD: Organ Meditations on Softly & Tenderly Jesus is Calling, The Old Rugged Cross, What a Friend We Have in Jesus ANTALFFY-ZSIROSS: Sketches on Negro Spirituals HORACE MILLER: Steal Away LAWRENCE SCHREIBER: Fantasy on African-American Themes GILBERT MARTIN: In Christ There is No East and West SOWANDE: Joshua Fit De Battle
Hans Uwe Hielscher plays the 1863-1982 Walcker / Sauer / Oberlinger 4-114 at the Marktkirche in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Grace Notes consists of short organ compositions by Timothy Albrecht, based on 30 well-known hymn-tunes grouped loosely together by theme. Many originated in improvisations introducing hymns for congregational singing. Recorded on the Casavant organ in Glenn Memorial Auditorium at Emory University, Atlanta, where Albrecht is organist.
Gloriś Dei Cantores, the internationally acclaimed choir directed by Elizabeth C. Patterson, presents Psalm settings by Robinson, Goss, Luther, Alcock, and others. Accompanied by David Chalmers, James E. Jordan, and Sharon Rose Pfeiffer on the organ of the Church of the Transfiguration.The organ is a restoration and expansion of pipework from twelve organs built by the E. M. Skinner Organ Company early in the twentieth century