Note: This is an archive of the old unofficial website of 2001. These pages are for historical interest only - please visit the official website for up to date information. Some corrections have been noted and are in maroon.
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Clip no. 1
Jesus Christ the apple tree  Elizabeth Poston 3'18"
1970 / Barry Rose / Guildford CathedralThe Beat is Irrelevant
Clip no. 2
Te Deum Coll. Reg. [end]  Herbert Howells 3'21"
1996 / Andrew Millington / Guildford CathedralListen sweet dove
Clip no. 3
Dance to your daddy  arr. Robert Stone 1'51"
1967 / Barry Rose / Guildford CathedralFolk Songs
Clip no. 4
Ubi caritas et amor  Maurice Duruflé2'04"
1982 / Philip Moore / Guildford CathedralIn Pace — The Influence of Plainsong
Clip no. 5
Jauchzet dem Herrn  Heinrich Schütz 5'08"
1971 / Barry Rose / Liverpool R.C. CathedralSound archives

 
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Note: This is an archive of the old unofficial website of 2001. These pages are for historical interest only - please visit the official website for up to date information. Some corrections have been noted and are in maroon.