Enriching Christian worship through music and the arts

A joint project between Cantus Firmus and St Edmundsbury Cathedral's InHarmony poject, these videos have been recorded by Suffolk singers and musicians for churches to use in online Christmas services.

The complete resource can be seen at https://stedscathedral.org/music/inharmony/

Here we present the videos that Cantus Firmus has been involved in producing. If you find them useful you may like to conisder making a donation to our work using the orange Donate button on this page..

PURIFY MY HEART

A song by Brian Doerksen' in a choral arrangement by Richard Hubbard

Lent-Easter music videos

WILL YOU COME AND FOLLOW ME?

A hymn from the Iona Community, set to the Scottish folk tune Kelvingrove, arrnaged for flute, piano and voices by Richard Hubbard

GHANAIAN KYRIE

A short Kyrie from Ghana, arranged by Geoff Weaver. It is presented in three versions:

1. Complete sung version

2.  Sung version with confession prayers, epsecially suitable for use in Lent.

3. Sung version with instrumental sections for  video creators to insert prayers

IONA PRAYER RESPONSES

These short prayer responses are designed for use in online services during the Intercessions, to give a musical alternative to the usual spoken response "Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer".. Church video editors can insert the response between prayers recorded locally.

1. Lord draw near

2. Lord in your mercy

3. With God all things are possible

ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE

A complete video service for Ash Wednesday, produced by Cantus Firmus and broadcast by St Edmundsbury Cathedral

THIS JOYFUL EASTERTIDE

A lively and popular Easter carol, to a Dutch melody.

GOD IN MINE ETERNITY

A short anthem by Suffolk composer Alan Bullard. A setting of a traditional Hebridean text, performed by choristers from St Edmundsbury Cathedral and members of Cantus Firmus Choir.

IN CHRIST ALONE

Stuart Townend and Keith Getty's popular hymn, with a virtual orchestra backing arranged and produced by Richard Hubbard.

KINDLE A FLAME

A simple song from the Iona Community, with treble recorder solo, and prayers over music.