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
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." ...
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.
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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
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
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
Paul Mealor's Behold a Tender Babe is a work for unaccompanied SATB Choir, commissioned by the Hauser-Oberschneider family to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Summer Fields School. The work sets extracts
This piece was commissioned for and dedicated to the memory of Barbara Budd. It was first performed in Winchester Cathedral in 2012. Lovely colors and divided sonorities build walls of sound to highlight
Commissioned by Making Music, with funds provided by the British Council, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II
This short unaccompanied motet with the Latin text drawn from the tradition of Lauda Spiritual is quiet and reflective with lovely expressive choral textures. For SATB chorus a cappella. First
Setting of this popular text for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied. Marked as “Adagio, molto espressivo,” the work features a rich, full harmonic palette, with unique melodic motifs on the word
This work for unaccompanied SATB divisi chorus with tubular bells was included on the album A Tender Light, recorded by Tenebrae.
A setting of Lord Byron's “She walks in beauty,” written for Octavoce. Scored for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied.
A unique setting of John 3:16 is a work for unaccompanied SATB divisi chorus. The work lasts around 4 minutes and was commissioned by the Martin Luther College Choir of New Ulm, Minnesota.
A set of four madrigals on rose texts. The madrigals in the set are:Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal; Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting; Upon a bank with roses set about; A spotless
Written for the wedding of friends of the composer, Peace is a beautiful setting of the well-known prayer of St. Francis of Assisi.
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 John Armitage Memorial, Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, with a text by Tennyson, is the first of four unaccompanied divisi works under the same title. The
This setting of Fletcher's deeply moving 16th century text is marked by molto espressivo word painting and striking dynamic contrast. Dedicated to and first performed by Joshua Copeland and the Antioch
A collection of some of the finest pieces of choral music on the theme of remembrance. Suitable for church, cathedral, school, youth and community choirs. 18 selections including Agnus Dei by Samuel
This work was commissioned by the Swansea Festival and premiered by Côrdydd, conducted by Sioned James at St. Mary's Church, Chepstow on October 9, 2011. It combines two sacred texts: the Latin
For SATB a cappella chorus. Commissioned by St. Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen for Remembrance Sunday 2013. Premiered by the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir.
This meaningful SATB a cappella divisi piece was commissioned in 2014 for the Glasgow Cathedral service commemorating the centenary of the First World War. With a text by the Anglican priest and
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