PART 1 – Gospel Hymn Singing (65 min)

PART 1 – Gospel Hymn Singing (65 min)

PART 1 of 2 – Hymn singing from gospel meetings in Chapman’s Store, near Portadown, Northern Ireland, in 1997. 800 voices combine to sing the following hymns: “Down from the glory the Saviour came”; “It is good to be here”; “Redeemed how I love to proclaim it”; “There’s a voice that is calling to thee”; “Are you weary and sad neath the burden of sin?”; “He’ll come and tarry not”; “By faith in a glorified Christ on the throne”; “There’s a shepherd who died for the sheep”; “O what a gift the Father gave”; “Hark the voice of Jesus calling”; “When the Saviour said ’tis finished”; “Sinner turn and come to Jesus”; “Have you any room for Jesus?”; “What can wash away my sin?”; “We’re travelling home to heaven above”; “O what will you do with Jesus?”; “Man of sorrows”; “Rock of ages”; “What must I do has oft been asked”; “Lord Jesus Thou who only art”; and “Perfect salvation Jesus has died” (File size: 37mb)