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Sunday worship

1. Mozart Choral Vespers come from Eton College Chapel sung by the Rodolfus Choir – BBC Radio 3 – available now for a week
Rodolfus Choir Website
College Website

First Vespers of the Epiphany from Eton College Chapel sung by the Rodolfus Choir to Mozart's Vesperae Solennes de Confessore K 339.
Introit: Venite populi K 260 (248a) (Mozart)
Psalms: Dixit Dominus; Confitebor Tibi; Beatus vir; Laudate pueri; Laudate Dominum (Mozart)
Lesson: Isaiah 49 vv1-7
Hymn: Why impious Herod (Veni redemptor)
Magnificat (Mozart)
Hymn: Brightest and best (Liebster Immanuel)
Organ Voluntary: Fantasia in F minor K 608 (Mozart)
2 . The Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham, Alabama broadcasts its 9am Central Time service [3pm London time] via internet radio here
3. Various sermons from others: Holy Trinity, Brompton Road: All Souls, Langham Place
4. Past Choral services [nothing new until the new term] from the chapels of: New College, Oxford
 St John's College, Cambridge

King James Bible Anniversary

5. Sunday Program – a special edition of Sunday to mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible with Edward Stourton – BBC Radio 4 – available from 7:10 am BST Sunday 
6. A week of 28 Readings from the KJV on Radio 4 start at 8:15 am London time [3:15am EST] on Sunday with the first seven readings by various readers including the Archbishop of Canterbury.   They then continue daily for the coming week – recordings available on this site as well:
7. The Story of the King James Bible
- 3 programs:
[1] The Commission – James Naughtie tells the story of how King James commissioned a new Bible translation
[2] The Translation – James Naughtie on how a committee of Bible translators produced a "national epic"
[3] The Legacy – James Naughtie on the enduring place of the King James Bible in British culture
Programs may be only available for 7 days from broadcast, so listen to them now if you wish to.
Podcasts can be downloaded here

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