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Songs of Praise: In Honour of St. David


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A schoolchildren's festival held at St. Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Hymns introduced by The Rev. Noel Evans.
Blessing spoken by The Bishop of St. Davids, The Rt. Rev. John Richards
"Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord" (Tune, John Brown)
"Lord, who in thy perfect wisdom" (Tune, Dusseldorf)
"I'r Arglwydd cenwch lafar glod" (Tune, The Old 100th Farm Tune)
"We praise thy name, all-holy Lord" (Tune, St. Matthew)
"Cofia'n gwlad Benllywydd tirion" (Tune, Goreswen)
"Angel voices ever singing" (Tune, Angel voices)
"The God of Abraham praise" (Tune, Leoni)
"Who is on the Lord's side" (Tune, Rachie)
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Conductor: Rosalyn Charles
Organist: Peter Boorman
Soloist: Kenneth Bowen
Presenter: The Rev. Noel Evans
Blessing spoken by: The Rt. Rev. John Richards, Bishop of St. Davids
Television Presentation: Tregelles Williams

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Songs of Praise: In Honour of St. David

BBC One London, 27 February 1966 18.50

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