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Songs of Praise


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from Moriah Presbyterian Church, Caernarvon
With Caernarvon Choral Union, Bangor and District Royal National Eisteddfod Choir, Nantile Vale Male Voice Choir, Ferodo Male Voice Choir, Caernarvon United Churches
Introduced by David Parry-Jones

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Rimington)
Blest be the tie that binds (Dennis)
God of grace and God of glory (Rhuddlam)
Let us with a gladsome mind (Monk-land)
Molwn Di O! Dduw ein tadau (Dusseldorf)
O'er the gloomy hills of darkness (Blaen-Cefn)
Come, holy Spirit, come (Downing)
Great Providence of Heaven (Builth)

Blessing by The Minister, The Rev John Roberts


Presenter: David Parry-Jones
Singers: Caernarvon Choral Union
Singers: Bangor and District Royal National Eisteddfod Choir
Singers: Nantlle Vale Male Voice Choir
Singers: Ferodo Male Voice Choir
Singers: Caernarvon United Churches
Conductor: James Williams
Organist: Peleg Williams
Blessing: The Rev John Roberts
Director: Tregelles Williams
Series Producer: Raymond Short

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