O God my King ; O God, who by the leading of a star ; Teach me, O Lord ; Awake us, Lord, and hasten ; God is living, God is here ; God is our hope and strength ; Up up! my heart! with gladness ; I sat down under his shadow ; O almighty God ; Haste thee, O God ; Let my prayer ; Praise the Lord, ye servants ; O strength and stay ; Ah, thou poor world ; Praise to God in the highest ; Behold, how good and joyful ; O vos omnes ; Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom ; Almighty God, which hast me brought ; Song 44 ; Song 46 ; O pray for the peace of Jerusalem ; These are they which follow the Lamb ; Lord that descendedst, Holy Child ; Lord, I trust thee ; O strength and stay ; Lo, God is here ; Solus ad victimam ; Most glorious Lord of Lyfe! ; Lift up your heads, O ye gates ; Sleepers, wake! ; From the rising of the sun ; How goodly are thy tents ; Cantate Domino ; O God the King of glory ; To thee, O Lord ; Praise ye the Lord ; O for a closer walk ; Ye choirs of new Jerusalem ; The Lord's Prayer ; All people that on earth do dwell ; Verily, verily I say unto you ; O Trinity, most blessed light ; A sound of angels ; Give almes of thy goods ; O come, ye servants of the Lord ; O Christ, O blessed Lord ; Not unto us, O Lord ; Lead me, Lord ; O Christ, who are the light and day ; Of the Father's heart begotten
Dr Francis Jackson CBE is a British organist and composer. He was born in Malton, Yorkshire and received his early education as a Chorister at York Minster under his precursor, the legendary Sir Edward Bairstow. Jackson succeeded Bairstow as Organist of York Minster in 1946, a post he held until his official retirement in 1982. His extensive output of sacred and secular music includes canticles, anthems, hymn tunes, organ pieces, two acclaimed monodramas, an overture, a concerto, a symphony, and solo songs. Jackson's creative output has continued since his retirement.