"Give light to my eyes, lest I sleep unto death." This simple, yet profound, text has been translated into Latin and given an exquisite a cappella setting by celebrated English composer Patrick Hawes. There
This is an epic work for choirs, soloists and orchestra to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. The symphony comprises four movements, each portraying the most significant events in each year
Movement 6 from "Beatitudes" that uses text from Matthew 5:8, "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." Filled with lush harmonies and clever writing, there is a sense of peace that develops
A setting of the well-known phrase from Psalm 46, "Be still, and know that I am God" for choir and piano. The piano's repeated chordal patterns flow gently throughout, and the long legato choral lines help
This extended major work by British composer Patrick Hawes uses the eight verses of St. Matthew's Gospel that form the beloved Beatitudes. Consisting of eight movements that range from uncomplicated to
This simple version of The Lord's Prayer is taken from The Edenham Eucharist. Some unexpected key changes help to sustain the momentum, although the overriding approach is one of
The original version for solo soprano and SATB choir appeared on Patrick’s Grammy-nominated debut album Blue in Blue. It was subsequently recorded by Hayley Westenra for her Number-One-selling
Countless people believe they have a guardian angel this song reflects the emotions and thoughts of a human soul as it prays to a guardian angel for comfort and healing. The original version for solo
Movement 2 from "Beatitudes" that uses text from Matthew 5:4, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted." Beautiful and flowing, the music perfectly reflects the text to evoke a musically
This is the seventh piece from the major work "Revelation" by English composer Patrick Hawes. The use of SATB double choir provides exciting antiphonal effects, providing the listener with a variety of
A lilting melody is introduced against which the independent choral parts call for love to pervade all that we do. A defiant middle section proclaiming that "no fear be known to us" creates cohesion and
A setting of the Eucharist for celebrant, congregation, organ and optional SATB choir. Written for the composer's church in Edenham, Lincolnshire in 1997, and originally only comprising the Gloria, Sanctus
The original version for solo soprano, SATB choir and string orchestra appeared on Patrick’s Grammy-nominated debut album Blue in Blue. Patrick subsequently produced a new arrangement for the
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Movement 4 from "Revelation," Worthy Is the Lamb is a stunning reflection on this beautiful and well-known text. A great selection for concert or church choirs.
On the 23rd August 1914 the Battle of Mons took place – the first major conflict between the British...
This setting of Psalm 96 was commissioned by the saxophonist Christian Forshaw. It makes use of the lines of the original Gregorian plainsong for the psalm and the haunting sound of the baritone
From the Number One selling album Angel. The choir combines with solo harp in an atmospheric, pastoral piece set against the backdrop of the Christmas story. The Shepherds, the Wise Men and the angels
For soprano, SATB chorus & piano. First printing. A short piece from Hawes' Angel of Mons. Choral octavo, 7 p.
This is an imaginative and accessible setting of Wilfred Owen’s unfinished poem I Know the Music which describes the sounds of the battlefield as musical, a lament for the loss of beauty in a time of
Eventide is the name of the well-known hymn tune Abide with Me which was recited by Edith Cavell and an Anglican Chaplain the night before her execution. The hymn is used as a cantus firmus throughout the
For solo soprano, SATB chorus, harp & strings. First printing. The text is adapted from Psalm 130. Duration: ca. 5'.
A collection of six pieces – Love’s Promise, Rhapsody, Many Waters, Faint With Love, Love’s Echo and Song of Songs - based on the collection of love poetry which forms the Old
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