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: Gramophone Records Continental Folk Music-4 FOLK MUSIC FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Arnold Flogl (bass): Ja som baca,
Umrem Vera Masingrova (soprano): Tece voda tece
Janko Blaho (tentr): Pridi Janik.
A Ja som
Vera Masingrova (soprano): Ej,
Hory Bagpipes and Singers: Hraly dudy Roman Hubner (tenor): Smutne easy. Nestastny
Bagpipes and Singers: To je zlate


Soprano: Umrem Vera Masingrova
Unknown: Janko Blaho
Unknown: Pridi Janik.
Soprano: Vera Masingrova
Unknown: Hory Bagpipes


from St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
Hymn No. 417, Oh! for a thousand tongues to sing. Tune, Gladness. By Rev. George William Torrance , 1864
Hymn No. 486, To Zion's Hill I lift my eyes. Tune, Evan. By Rev. William Henry Havergal , 1846
Hymn No. 364, From all that dwell below the skies. Tune, Easter Song. Harmony by R. Vaughan Williams, Cologne, 1623
Hymn No. 554, Hark ! my soul, it is the Lord. Tune, St. Bees. By Rev. John Bacchus Dykes , 1862
Hymn No. 28, Sun of my soul, Thou
Saviour dear. Tune, Abends. By Sir Hertert Stanley Oakeley , 1874
Hymn No. 479, Praise, my soul, the King of heaven. Tune, Praise, my soul. By Sir John Goss , 1869
Hymn No. 169, Our Blest Redeemer, ere He breathed. Tune, St. Cuthbert. By Rev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
Hymn No. 684, Come, Thou fount of every blessing. Tune, Sicilian Mariners. From Herder's Collection, 1776
Hymn No. 351, Be Thou my vision,
0 Lord of my heart. Tune, Slane. Traditional Irish. Harmony by L. L. Dix
Organist and Director of Choir,
Charles J. Brennan
(All numbers are taken from The
Irish Church Hymnal)


Unknown: Rev. George William Torrance
Unknown: William Henry Havergal
Unknown: R. Vaughan
Unknown: Rev. John Bacchus Dykes
Unknown: Sir Hertert Stanley Oakeley
Unknown: Sir John Goss
Unknown: Rev. John Bacchus
Organist: L. L. Dix
Unknown: Charles J. Brennan


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