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Essential reading for anyone who who cares deeply about the future of the @churchscotland @DougGay's Reforming th…

Take Up the Song

Hymns, Songs and Psalms from Church Hymnary

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ISBN-13: 9780715208656
Published: 01/02/2008
Product description

40 of the most popular hymns, songs and psalms from the hugely popular Church Hymnary: 4th Edition (CH4).

For church-goers and singers, and anyone who loves just listening to beautiful hymns. Performed by:

Scottish Philarmonic Singers
Scottish Festival Singers
St Magnus Festival Chorus
St Magnus Cathedral Choir, Orkney
Orkney Junior County Choir
Dunblane Cathedral Choir
Edinburgh University Singers - Suzanne Adam, Sandy Butler, Marian Lees-McPherson, Simon Jacquet

This double CD contains forty songs taken from the four main sections of the fourth edition of the Church Hymnary - Psalms, The Living God, Life in Christ, and The Holy Spirit - carefully and lovingly compiled by members of the committee who put together the Church Hymnary collection.

Author Information

Douglas Galbraith, Ian McCrorie

Douglas Galbraith is a tutor at the International Centre for Sacred Music Studies, University of Wales Bangor. Ian McCrorie MBE is a noted Scottish choral conductor, associated first with the Toad Choir of Greenock and subsequently with the Scottish Philharmonic Singers, who for fifteen years sang with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and latterly with the Scottish Festival Singers. He is also the official historian of CalMac.

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