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Sung unaccompanied by members of The BBC
Northern Ireland Chorus
Conducted by Frederick Stone
Unless otherwise stated the tunes are taken from the Psalter in Metre as used by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Psalm cixx (vv. 41-48), Tune,
Kil marnock. No. 75. By Neil Dougall (1776-1862)
Psalm Ixxx (2nd version), Tune, St.
Bernard. No. 96 (vv. 5-10): From Tochter Sion (1741)
Psalm ci, Tune, Warwick. No. 46 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes. By Samuel Stanley (1767-1822)
Psalm Ixi (2nd version), Tune,
Manna. No. 229. By the Rev. J. B. Dykes , Mus.Doc. (1823-1876)
Psalm Ixvii (1st version), Tune, Shirland. No. 50 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822)
Psalm cxvi (vv. 1-8), Tune, Artaxerxes. No. 9 in Old Scottish Psalm Tunes. Adapted from Dr. Arne (1710-1778)
Psalm xxxix (1st version) (w. 1-6),
Tune, Ballerma. No. 30. Adapted by Robert Simpson (?-1832)
This evening we present a further series of Psalms in Metre, all of which have been requested by listeners.


Conducted By: Frederick Stone
Unknown: Kil Marnock.
Unknown: Neil Dougall
Unknown: Samuel Stanley
Unknown: J. B. Dykes
Unknown: Samuel Stanley
Adapted By: Robert Simpson


David Kennedy


Unknown: David Kennedy

: Roland Powell's Quintet

from the Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, County Down


Musicians: Roland Powell's Quintet


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