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Category Archives: St. Paul’s Cathedral
Here’s “Come, Let Us Sing to the Lord” by Steven Rickards, sung as the anthem by the Orlando Deanery Choirs during Evensong on August 18, 2012 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
We think we finally have the audio upload issues figured out for our recorded music from the tour. Between recording restrictions at St. Paul’s, Wi-Fi bandwith issues in London and firewall issues here at Christ Church, it’s been a bit … Continue reading
After our final Evensong yesterday at St. Paul’s, we took a few photos in the choir stalls and Dome Altar to remember our time there.
After returning to St. Paul’s from our morning visit to Windsor Castle, we finally made our way up to the very top of St. Paul’s. This is something the choristers had been begging to do all week, but we didn’t … Continue reading
We sang a beautiful Evensong tonight in St. Paul’s Cathedral, featuring canticles by Orlando composer Andrew Walker and “Song of the Beloved” by our own Benjamin Lane as our anthem. Immediately after tonight’s service, we received a very nice compliment … Continue reading
Here is the Magnificat from tonight’s Evensong at St. Paul’s, written by David Hogan. The Magnificat (Latin: [My soul] magnifies) — also known as the Song of Mary or the Canticle of Mary — is a canticle frequently sung (or … Continue reading