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Tina Bonifacio (harp); Harry Dyson (flute) ; Gethyn Wykeham-George


Harp: Tina Bonifacio
Harp: Harry Dyson
Flute: Gethyn Wykeham-George

: Metrical Psalms

A further selection of Psalms in metre, all of which have been requested by listeners; to be sung unaccompanied by members of THE BBC NORTHERN
Unless otherwise stated, the tunes are taken from the Psalter in metre as used by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Psalm 100, ist version, Tune, Old looth
, No. 15, taken from the Genevan Psalter, 1551
Psalm 39, ist version (vv. 1-4), Tune,
St. Kilda, No. 107, composed by W. R. Brbomfield (1826-1888)
Psalm 8, ist version (v. i and w. 3-5),
Tune, Sainsborough, No. 21 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes, composed by Isaac Smith (d. 1800)
Psalm 113, Tune, New Lydia, No. 30 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes, composed by William Arnold (1768-1832)
Psalm 89, (vv. 1-2, 15-16 and 52), Tune, Newington, No. 85, composed by the Rev. William Jones (1726-1800)
Psalm 103 (w. 1-5), Tune, Kilmarnock, No. 75, composed by Neil Dougall (1776-1862)
Psalm 67, Tune, Franconia, No. 152, taken from Konig's Choralbuch, 1738
Psalm 36 (w. 5-9), Tune, London
New, No. 79, taken from the Scottish Psalter, 16


Conducted By: Frederick Stone
Composed By: W. R. Brbomfield
Composed By: Isaac Smith
Unknown: William Arnold
Unknown: Rev. William Jones
Composed By: Neil Dougall


(Presbyterian) from Downshire Road Presbyterian Church, Newry
Order of Service
Hymn, Father, again in Jesus' Name we meet (Rv.C.H. 243)
Metrical Psalm cii, 2nd version, 13-18
(Tune, Duke Street)
Scripture Lesson
Anthem, How amiable are Thy Dwellings (Simper)
The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, All hail the power of Jesus'
Name (Rv.C.H. 139)
Address by the Rev. PHINEAS McKEE
Paraphrase, 48, 5-end (Tune, Arnold)
Organist, Mrs. Gilbert Adamson


Unknown: Rev. Phineas McKee
Organist: Mrs. Gilbert Adamson


An appeal on behalf of THE ULSTER HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AND WOMEN, by Captain the Right Hon. HERBERT DIXON , M.P.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to the Hon. Treasurer, Ulster Hospital for Children and Women, [address removed]


Unknown: Herbert Dixon


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