The Choir Of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne - A.E. Floyd Remembered mp3 album
St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Melbourne and the seat of the Archbishop of Melbourne, who is also the metropolitan archbishop of the Province of Victoria and, since 28 June 2014, the present seat of the Primate of Australia
St Paul’s Cathedral is the home church for Anglicans in Melbourne, the seat of the Anglican Primate. The Choir of Trinity College, University of Melbourne. Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). Places Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ChurchAnglican Church St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.
St Paul’s Cathedral is the seat of the Anglican Primate of Australia and home church for Anglicans in Melbourne and Victoria. Music plays an integral part in the worship of St Paul’s Cathedral. Since 1888, the Cathedral’s Choir of Boys and Men has been an important part of the musical life of our city. Three organists contribute to our rich musical tradition.
st/UxB9Kr Formed 900 years ago, the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir – one of the world’s most celebrated cathedral choirs – finally makes their debut on Decca with an album of traditional and brand new festive carols from the heart of London, under the direction of Andrew Carwood
St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, is the metropolitical and cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria in Australia . St Paul's Cathedral - Zappaiti @ Flickr. St Paul's is built on the site of Melbourne's first Christian service, conducted on the banks of the Yarra a few months after Melbourne was founded in 1835. The area was a market until 1848, when St Paul's Parish Church, a bluestone church, was built on the site. It replaced St James Old Cathedral, which then stood on the corner of William Street and Collins Street, but was later removed to a site near the Flagstaff Gardens . Ernest Wood (1888-1914). A. E. Floyd (1914-1947). C. Campbell Ross (1947-1951). Lance Hardy (1951-1973).
St Paul's in unusual among Melbourne's great 19th century public buildings in that it is not made from bluestone, the city's dominant building material. Instead it is made from sandstone imported from NSW, giving the cathedral a warm yellow-brown colouring rather than Melbourne's characteristic cold blue-grey. This gives it a strikingly different appearance to the bluestone Gothic of St Patrick's Catholic cathedral on the eastern edge of the city. Director of Music + Organists of St Paul's Cathedral Ernest Wood (1888-1914) A. Floyd (1914-1947) C. Campbell Ross (1947-1951) Lance Hardy (1951-1973) June Nixon (1973-present). Dr June Nixon was awarded a Lambeth Doctorate by the Archbishop of Canterbury in recognition of her long contribution to choral and organ music; the only female to be so honoured to date.
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St Paul's Anglican Cathedral is a beautiful, historic building, situated in the centre of the City of Melbourne, Australia. It is a place of worship and prayer. Closed Now. Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM. See all hours. As featured in Good Place To Visit. Cnr Flinders & Swanston Streets, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia.
It is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Melbourne and the seat of the Archbishop of Melbourne, who is also the metropolitical archbishop of the Province of Victoria and, since 28 June 2014, the present seat of the Primate of Australia. Ernest Wood, 1888–1914. Floyd, 1914–1947. Campbell Ross, 1947–1951. Lance Hardy, 1951–1973.
St Paul's Cathedral Chorus The Cathedral Chorus is an amateur choir which augments the Cathedral Choir in performances of Handel's Messiah and Bach's St John Passion every year. New members are always welcome. Please contact auditionsspccl. The Guild of the Companions of St Paul The Guild of the Companions of St Paul is the network for old Choristers of St Paul's and musicians who have been associated with the Cathedral. Andrew Carwood - Director of Music Andrew Carwood is the first non-organist to lead the music at St Paul's since the 12th century. He has gained a reputation as one of the most versatile musicians of his generation, having had an illustrious career as a singer before focusing attention on conducting and choral direction.
|A1||There Is A Secret Place||1:35|
|A2||Spoken Word: Dr. A.E. Floyd||3:45|
|B1||An Old English Melody||4:53|
|B2||O God For As Much As Without Thee||1:10|
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