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8 thoughts on “ Abide With Me - Ernest Lough, Choir Of The Temple Church, London*, Dr. George Thalben-Ball* - The Ernest Lough Album (Vinyl, LP)

  1. From the days earliest days of recording when Ernest Lough made his famous recordings in the Temple Church in London, this venue has been synonymous with fine choirs firstly under the direction of Sir Walford Davies and then Sir George Thalben Ball.
  2. Vudokinos says:
    Dec 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Choir Of The Temple Church - The Lamb (Unofficial Music Video) YouTube Arvo Pärt My Heart's in the Highlands Else Torp and Christopher Bowers - .
  3. Yozshubei says:
    The Temple Church Choir consists of eighteen choristers and twelve professional choirmen. The choir is considered to be one of the finest choirs in London, a reputation it gained soon after Dr Edward John Hopkins became its choirmaster in
  4. May 17,  · Here's the documentary from about Ernest Lough of the Temple Church Choir and his celebrated s recording of Hear My Prayer/Oh for the Wings of a Dove. We hear from Ernest.
  5. May 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Choral Evensong Temple Church London 7/4/79 YouTube Ernest Lough the first famous choirboy COMPLETE - Duration: andychannelify 2, views.
  6. Moogurr says:
    The Temple Church, built and dedicated in as the western representation of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, was the London base of the Knights Templar until their suppression between The lawyers of Inner and Middle Temple were well established in the Temple by the 15th Century and in their occupancy was secured by the grant of Letters Patent from King James I.
  7. London England Temple, 7 September by the authority of the holy priesthood, we dedicate this, the London Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and consecrate and set it apart for the sacred purposes, for which it has been erected. or unwholesome thoughts abide. Therefore, may all who enter this holy temple come.
  8. Changes Ernest Lough’s voice broke in after he had made a number of other recordings. Although none of them achieved the iconic status of a song named “O for the Wings of a Dove”, he continued to sing in his spare time as a baritone with the Temple choir.

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