A collection featuring several of Paul Mealor's most popular works, as well as some of his more recent pieces, arranged for SATB Choir. This collection follows the matching folio to the bestselling Decca
Sounds and Sweet Airs is a work by Paul Mealor for SATB Choir with hand-held Percussion and Accordion set to a text from Shakespeare's The Tempest. Commissioned by Ty Cerdd for the National Youth Choir of
Jubilate Deo is a work by Paul Mealor for SATB Choir and Orchestra, commissioned by Distinguished Concerts International New York and first performed by the Choir and Orchestra of DCINY at Carnegie
A setting of Lord Byron's “She walks in beauty,” written for Octavoce. Scored for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied.
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This work for unaccompanied SATB divisi chorus with tubular bells was included on the album A Tender Light, recorded by Tenebrae.
This work by Welsh composer Paul Mealor is scored for unaccompanied SATB chorus and was first performed by the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir, conducted by Mealor himself, in the presence of Her
Welsh composer Paul Mealor's beautiful composition Stepping Stone, arranged for SATB chorus and piano. This emotional yet uplifting work was written for the cancer charity "Maggie's." ...
Written for The Military Wives Choir, Jonjo Kerr and Gareth Malone for their first album, In My Dreams. Set for tenor solo, SSA chorus and piano. It is dedicated to the composer's parents. The text is
Commissioned by the University of Aberdeen to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the consecration of King's College Chapel and premiered by Polyphony. For SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied.
Commissioned by Gareth Malone for BBC TV's The Choir. First performed by Malone and The Military Wives Choir as part of The Royal British Legion's Festival of Remembrance in November 2011. May be
Commissioned by Making Music, with funds provided by the British Council, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II
Premiered by the Con Anima Chamber Choir of Aberdeen, Scotland, this work with a text by Gordon Graham, is a hymn to the Holy Trinity.
For singers wanting to explore further the music of Paul Mealor, this book includes Ubi caritas; the luminous She Walks in Beauty; the contemplative O vos omnes; and the madrigal sequence Now Sleeps the
The fourth of a set of four madrigals on rose texts. The other madrigals in the seat are: Now sleeps the crimson pedal; Lady, When I behold the Roses Sprouting; Upon a bank with roses set about. SATB
This composition is dedicated to Christopher Bell and the National Youth Choir of Scotland's National Boys Choir. It was premiered by them on BBC One's Songs of Praise on St. Andrew Day, 2012.
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