Hymn to St Edmund, King & Martyr - Words by J. M. Neale
Lenten Gospel Acclamations for Years A, B and C - to Four Genevan Psalm Tunes
Pilgrim Hymn to Our Lady of Walsingham - Commissioned in 1991 by the late Fr Roy Fellowes and Fr Peter Lyness at the Anglican Shrine, but never used there. Featured on the Pilgrim Tapes CD, Ladye of Walsingham, on which, as the author and composer, I am credited as "Unknown", despite repeated protests to Bernard Jackson. I have given up.
NB. I received a single royalty payment in 1992 for this recording to be issued on 50 tapes. My work has not been credited or paid for with respect to any more tapes made, or the transfer of the recording to CD. So, when the Shrine Shop at Walsingham or St Paul's Bookshops sell the CD and you buy it, please be aware that my copyright has been infringed over and again, while Pilgrim Tapes takes payment and has paid me no royalty fee in 30 years. "The labourer is worthy of his hire" (Luke 10.7). "Behold how these Christians love one another" (Tertullian, Apologeticum, 39.7).