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sung unaccompanied by members of The BBC Northern
Ireland Chorus
Conducted by Frederick Stone
A further series of Psalms in Metre, all of which have been requested by listeners
Unless otherwise stated the tunes are taken from the Psalter in Metre as used by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Psalm 100 (vv. 1-5), Tune, Zion's
Temple. No. 8 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes
Psalm 85, 2nd version (w. 5-10),
Tune, St. Dunstan. No. 236, by Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
Paraphrase 42 (John xiv, 1-5), Tune,
Boswell. No. 13 in Old Scottish
Psalm Tunes. Arranged from Gluck by Lowell Mason '
Psalm 123, Tune, Peterborough.
No. 88. From Harrison's Sacred Harmony (1791)
Psalm 27, 1st version (vv. 7-14),
Tune, Farrant, No. 63. Adapted from Richard Farrant (d. 1580)
Psalm 20, Tune, Edinburgh. No. 56, by Henry Smart (1818-1879)
Psalm 66 (w. 16-20), Tune, Paisley.
No. 33 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes, by Ludovick Nicolson (1770-1852)


Conducted By: Frederick Stone
Unknown: Richard Redhead
Unknown: Lowell Mason
Unknown: Richard Farrant
Unknown: Ludovick Nicolson


(Presbyterian) from Downshire Road Presbyterian Church, Newry
Organ Voluntary
7.0 Order of Service Invocation
Hymn, Pleasant are Thy courts above
(Rv. C.H. 235)
Metrical Psalm xxv. 1st version
(4-10). Tune, St. Augustine
Scripture Lesson
Metrical Psalm xcii (1-4). Tune,
The Lord's Prayer
Anthem, Seek ye the Lord (Robert
Address by the Rev. PHINEAS McKEE
Hymn, All praise to Thee, my God, this night (Rv. C.H. 291)
Organist, Mrs. Gilbert Adamson


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


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