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    Description40 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.


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    Title
    Take Up the Song
    Subtitle
    Hymns, Songs and Psalms from Church Hymnary
    Authors and contributors
    Producer Douglas Galbraith, Producer Ian McCrone
    Physical properties
    Format: CD-Audio
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780715208656
    ISBN 10: 0715208659
    Classifications

    BIC E4L: REL
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: T6.2
    BISAC V2.8: MUS021000
    BIC subject category V2: HRCL2
    DC22: 264.23
    BISAC V2.8: REL070000
    Thema V1.0: QRM, QRVJ
    Publisher
    St Andrew Press
    Imprint name
    St Andrew Press
    Publication date
    01 February 2008
    Publication City/Country
    Edinburgh
    Author Information
    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.
    Table of contents
    Disc One 1. Praise and thanksgiving 170 2. Great God of every shining constellation 246 3, God weeps 168 4. For the world and all its people 262 5. Take up the song 171 6. Kyrie eleison 648, Sanctus and Benedictus 651, Agnus Dei 653 7. God, who made the earth 228 8. Love is the touch 115 9. How shall I sing that majesty? 128 10. Come, my Way 579 11. He is exalted 437 12. Earth, earth, awake 420 13. The tyrant issues his decree 330 14. Oh, for a closer walk with God 552 15. So much wrong and so much injustice 572 16. He came to earth 394 17. All my days I will sing 467 18. We turn to God when we are sorely pressed 393 19. Christ, of God unseen the image 453 Disc Two 1. The Lord's my shepherd 15 (Psalm 23) 2. Uyai Mose/Come all you people 757 (Psalm 100) 3. The Lord is my light 23 (Psalm 27) 4. Lord, you have always been our home 54 (Psalm 90) 5. O, come, and let us to the Lord 59 (Psalm 95) 6. Bring to the Lord a glad new song 106 (Psalm 149/150) 7. Sing a new song to the Lord 62 (Psalm 98) 8. Not to us be glory given 74 (Psalm 115) 9. O praise God in his holiness 107 (Psalm 150) 10. Soon and very soon 749 11. "I have a dream", a man once said 710 12. Halleluya! We sing your praises 674 13. O holy dove of God descending 591 14. Loving Spirit 597 15. Jesus puts this song into our hearts 692 16. Take and eat 670 17. Is it spooky, is it weird 602 18. When we are living 726 19. You are called to tell the story 680 20. May the God of peace go with us 786