We’re delighted to announce that a new article on Anglican Chants from Rochester Cathedral has been added to our growing archive. This comprehensive asset been compiled by James Strike.
Hearing the Psalms of David sung to an Anglican Chant is part of
our Christian experience; part of our Liturgy and Worship.
This article looks at the number of Anglican Chants which derive
from the Choir of Rochester Cathedral. Chants which were
composed by Rochester Cathedral Organists and have, over a
period of time, and through the publication of Chant Books,
become established in Cathedrals, Greater Churches, Chapels and
Royal Foundations in England and around the world.
We thought you would appreciate reading the following downloadable article.
“One who calls himself “A Paper Stainer” (a correspondent of the
press we must presume, whose pen has not been able to keep him
from poverty, writes the following very readable description of his
experience on Christmas-eve to the ‘Daily News’ – Ed)”