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Choral Evening Prayer


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HFrom Buckfast Abbey, Devon, during the 2009 Exon Singers Festival. Introit: Companions of the Lord (Philip Wilby , first performance). Responses: Plainsong. Office Hymn: Creator of the Earth and Sky (Deus creator). Psalms: 11, 12, 13 (Plainsong).
First Lesson: 1 Samuel 11. Anthem: Insanae et vanae curae (Haydn). Second Lesson: Luke 22, vv39-46. Homily: The Very Rev John Clarke , Dean of Wells. Canticle: Magnificat from the Fauxbourdon Service (Jeremy Woodside , first broadcast). The Lord's Prayer (Richard Allain ). Motet: Ave Maria (Philip Wilby ). Final Hymn: As We Remember, Lord, Thy Faithful Handmaid (Christe Sanctorum). Organ
Voluntary: Con moto maestoso (Sonata No 3 in A, Op 65) (Mendelssohn). Director of music Matthew Owens. Organist Jeffrey Makinson. Rptd on sun at 4pm


Unknown: Philip Wilby
Unknown: John Clarke
Unknown: Jeremy Woodside
Unknown: Richard Allain
Unknown: Philip Wilby
Organist: Matthew Owens.
Organist: Jeffrey Makinson.

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Choral Evening Prayer

BBC Radio 3, 29 July 2009 16.00

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