A Cheerful Noise
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Hymns, Psalms, Anthems, and Carols of Georgian England
1. Hark, hear you not a cheerful noise? - Carol for 1838|
2. While shepherds watched their flocks by night - Leicester by William Knapp
3. When I pour out my soul in prayer - by Thomas White
4. The Lord will happiness divine - by Kathryn Rose
5. Deep in our hearts let us record - Bishley, anon.
6. Christ, the Lord, is risen today - Tottenham, anon.
7. Since Christ our Passover, is slain - Auspicious, anon.
8. O come hither; and behold the works of the Lord - Anthem by Francis Roads
9. O all ye people, clap your hands - Bromley by John Broderip
10. Come, Holy Spirit, raise our songs - Peru by James Leach
11. When the Lord turneth again the captivity of Sion - by William Knapp
12 This is the field, the world below - The Harvest by Thomas Clark
13. If the Lord himself had not been on our side - anon.
14. As pants the hart for cooling streams - anon.
15. To God, in whom I trust - Mount Ephraim by Benjamin Milgrove
16. How beautiful upon the mountains - Robert Smith
17. Lo! He comes, with clouds descending - Calcutta by Thomas Clark
18. This is the truth sent from above - Hereford Carol, anon.
19. Lo! unto us a child is born - St Davids, anon.
20. Hark! the herald angels sing - Newton, anon.
Listen to some tracks from the CD:
Hark, hear you not a cheerful noise?
Deep in our hearts let us record
How beautiful upon the mountains