Lagrima by Francisco Tarrega
Adelita by Francisco Tarrega:
The Love of God fits everyone: A song written by a 93 year old St. Hilda’s parishioner many years ago. He asked me to set it to music and, since it is a children’s song, a couple of my grandchildren introduced it to the congregation. I think they were brilliant.
J. S. Bach. Minuet in G, No 4 from A Little Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach
Bright Morning Star. A song I wrote a few years back.
The Wings of the Morning. A song I wrote for St. Hilda’s 50th Anniversary taken from Isaiah 43:18-19 and Ps 139:9. The congregation singing it this morning – not the best sound quality and half our instrumentalists were away sick, but sung with feeling:
Study in B minor by Fernando Sor
A haunting and serene (well, it is when Julian Bream plays it) study in B minor by Fernando Sor
Lady Nothing’s Toye Puffe. My rendition of an old John Renbourn tune.
Create in me a clean heart. A song I wrote a few years ago; well, the other David wrote the lyrics.
Doc’s Guitar. My version of a tune by Doc Watson. From my hillbilly period:
Anji. A tune from my misspent youth:
Sarabande by J. S. Bach:
The Father’s Love. A song I wrote in 2007: