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Metrical Psalms

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Sung unaccompanied by members of THE BBC NORTHERN
IRELAND CHORUS
Conducted by FREDERICK STONE
Unless otherwise stated the tunes are taken from the Psalter in Metre as used by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Psalm 46 (vv. 1-5), tune No. 189, composed by Rev. Henry Aldrich , D.D. (1647-1710)
Psalm 23, tune, Orlington, No. 31 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes, composed by John Campbell (1807-1860)
Psalm 68 (vv. 17-20), tune, Sheffield,
No. 122, composed by William Mather (1756-1808)
Psalm 145 , tune, Duke Street, No. 8, composed by John Hatton (died 1793) '
Psalm 30 , tune, St.
Godric, No. 224, composed by Rev. J. B. Dykes , Mus.Doc. (1823-1876)
Psalm 148 , tune, St.
John, No. 175, from the Parish Choir (1851)
Psalm 84 (vv. 1-2 and 8-12), tune,
Harington, No. 69, -composed by Henry Harington , M.D. (1727-1816)
Tonight we present a further series of Psalms in Metre, all of which have been requested by listeners

Contributors

Conducted By: Frederick Stone
Composed By: Rev. Henry Aldrich
Unknown: John Campbell
Composed By: William Mather
Composed By: John Hatton
Unknown: J. B. Dykes
Composed By: Henry Harington






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