Choral Evensong: 3 March 2010
Choral Evensong from Merton College Chapel sung by Merton College Choir on Wednesday 3 March 2010. Choral Evensong sung by the Choir of Merton College in Merton College Chapel on Wednesday 3 March 2010. Responses: Byrd Psalm 51 Canticles: Second Service (Orlando Gibbons) Anthem: I love the Lord (Jonathan Harvey) Voluntary: Ground (Orlando Gibbons) Directors of Music: Benjamin Nicholas and Peter Phillips Organ: Natasha Tyrwhitt-Drake Junior Chaplain: The Revd Dr Andrew Davison
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