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The Lord is My LightA Yorkminster Christmas
Listen to the tracks from our CD “The Lord is My Light” by clicking on the links below:

March: Exeter Temple — Leslie Condon (Band)

Mourning Into Dancing — Tommy Walker arr. Leonard Ballantine (Songsters)

Great, Great Morning — Words by J. Paul Williams, music by Joseph M. Martin (Songsters)

More Than A Song — Matt Redman, arr. Nicholas Samuel (Band)

Peace Like A River — Words by Ragan Courtney, music by Buryl Red arr. by Leonard Ballantine (Songsters)

Be Still David — J. Evans arr. Ray Steadman-Allen (Band)

The Time For Praying arr. Howard Helvey. Soloist: Melissa Cory (Songsters)

March: God’s Children — William Himes (Band)

Give Me Jesus arr. Howard Helvey (Songsters)

Grace arr. Mark Hayes. Words adapted from John Newton (Songsters)

The Lord Is My Light — Craig Courtney (Songsters)

I Know Thou Art Mine — Hymn tune by Isaac Unsworth arr. Leonard Ballantine (Band)

Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho Traditional African American arr. Howard Helvey (Songsters)

The Lord”s Prayer — Arnold Strals arr. Barrie Gott (Band)

Hallowed Be Your Name — Ron Kenoly and Louis Smith arr. Leonard Ballantine (Songsters)

Nicaea — Hymn tune by J.B. Dykes arr. William Himes (Band)

I Will Sing Your Praises — Leonard Ballantine (Songsters)

This recording features the Yorkminster Citadel Band and Songsters (choir) in a number of Christmas favorites, which includes some well loved carols and hymns. Listen to selected tracks from this CD by clicking on one of the links below:

In the Bleak Midwinter, Band

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, Songsters

Fanfare on Regent Square, Band

How far is it to Bethlehem? Songsters

Coventry Carol, Band

O Come, All Ye Faithful, Songsters