for solo voice or unison voices and organThese are charming, uncomplicated settings of texts by the composer's father, Charles Wesley.
Samuel Wesley (1757-1834)Edited by Robin Langley and Edited by Geoffrey Webber
"Samuel [Wesley] shows a rare and precocious melodic gift and a feeling for form and proportion ... They are exquisite little miniatures and why they are not better known is a mystery." - Berkshire Organist 1999
"The first, Gentle Jesus, would make an excellent treble solo: it is fresh and innocent, and stylistically quite unfamiliar." - Music Teacher Dec 98
Might I in Thy sight appear
Gentle Jesus, meek and mild
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