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Hymns for the Deaf

Synopsis

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from The John Ross Memorial Church for the Deaf, Glasgow
Interpreted for the deaf by the Minister, The Rev J Stewart Lochrie, MBE, JP
Praise to the Lord (Lobe Den Herren)
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste Fideles)
Jesus, the very thought (St Agnes)
The King of love (Dominus Regit Me)
Abide with me (Eventide)
What a friend we have (Converse)
When I survey the wondrous Cross (Rockingham)
Here, O my Lord, I see thee (St Agnes)
Who is on the Lord's side? (Armageddon)
The congregation is joined by singers from St George's Tron Parish Church, Glasgow
(from Scotland)

Contributors

Interpreter for the deaf: The Rev J Stewart Lochrie
Organist: John Simpson
Conductor of Praise: William Gemmell
Choirmaster: Adam Hair
Producer: Ralph Smith






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