ARMAGH (Turle)

ARMAGH (Turle)

Composer: James Turle
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Composer: James Turle

TURLE, JAMES (1802–1882), organist and composer, son of James Turle, an amateur 'cello-player, was born at Taunton, Somerset, on 5 March 1802. From July 1810 to December 1813 he was a chorister at Wells Cathedral under Dodd Perkins, the organist. At the age of eleven he came to London, and was articled to John Jeremiah Goss, but he was largely self-taught. He had an excellent voice and frequently sang in public. John Goss [q. v.], his master's nephew, was his fellow student, and thus the future organists of St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey were pupils together. Turle was organist of Christ Church, Surrey (Blackfriars Road), 1819–1829, and of St. James's, Bermondsey, 1829–31. His connection with Westminster Abbey began in 181… Go to person page >

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Title: ARMAGH (Turle)
Composer: James Turle
Incipit: 53421 16511 63566
Key: E Major
Copyright: Public Domain


Pray Without Ceasing

Blest day of God! most calm, most bright

Blest day of God! most calm, most bright,
The first, the best of days;
The labourer's rest, the saint's delight,
The day of prayer and praise.

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O Fount of Good, for All Your Love



The Cyber Hymnal #5685
Text: Prostrate, Dear Jesus, at Thy Feet
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The Cyber Hymnal #5685

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