Lush, lovely, accessible. Do people associate it too closely with TV’s Vicar of Dibley? We don’t know, we never watched it.
Goodall out of Rutter? Jolly clever writing. A good choice by Gambo, I think: a modern version which harks back (words) but is also (melodically) now.
I’ve sung it on several occasions. You only get to hear a tiny bit of it in the theme tune but the rest is quite good. Particularly the “Yeah though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death” bit. It’s by Howard Goodall who I think also did the Blackadder theme tune.
You never watched it?! Then you have some serious catching up to do! 😀
Luverley – but in practice, one most often comes upon the tune “Crimond” for The Lord’s My Shepherd,” no?
Personally, I prefer “Brother James’ Air,” hower, mine is not to choose, but to provide!
Keep up the Gambo selections Charles, he was so good!
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