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One of England’s most visited Cathedrals presents a varied selection of 20 popular hymns which would be hard to match. Although hymn-singing has long been an integral part of Christian Worship, the role of hymns has varied greatly throughout the centuries.  In modern-day Church services, hymns provide an opportunity for clergy, congregation and choir to join forces and take part simultaneously.  More than this, though, hymns are an expression of praise to God in song.

All creatures of our God and King Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. Malcolm Archer
Praise to the Lord, The Almighty arr Richard R Webster
Dear Lord & Father of mankind C H H Parry
O Praise ye the Lord C H H Parry
Drop, drop slow tears Orlando Gibbons
There is a green hill faraway William Horsley
Christ Triumphant, ever reigning John Bernard
The King of love, my shepherd is J B Dykes
All my hope on God is founded Herbert Howells
For all the Saints Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. Richard R Webster
When morning gilds the skies Joseph Barnby
The Lord's my shepherd arr. Malcolm Archer
All for Jesus Sir John Stainer
The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended Clement Schofield, des. Malcolm Archer
Guide me O Thou, great redeemer John Hughes, arr. Richard R Webster
Lord of all hopefulness Irish trad.
Praise to the Holiest in the Height J B Dykes
Come down, O love Divine J B Dykes
Lo, He comes with clouds descending arr. Richard R Webster

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