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Choral Evensong


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Live from Waltham Abbey with the choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
- Introit: Miserere Nostri (Tallis). Responses:
Morley. Psalm 119, vv145-176 (Morley). First
Reading: Ecclesiastes 11. Office Hymn: Glory to Thee, My God, This Night (Tallis's Canon).
Canticles: Two in One Service (Tallis, reconstr
Andrew Johnstone ). Second Reading: 2 Timothy 2, vv14-26. Anthem: Spem in Alium (Tallis). Final Hymn: 0 Unity of Threefold Light (Third Tune). Organ Voluntary: Master Tallis's Testament
(Howells). Director of music Geoffrey Webber. Organ scholar Thomas Hewitt Jones.


Unknown: Andrew Johnstone
Music: Geoffrey Webber.
Unknown: Thomas Hewitt Jones.

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