Nine movements for mixed speaking choruses. Divided into three parts.
The largest work of Tom Johnson, premiered by the orchestra and chorus of the Dutch Radio in September 1996, and had its German premier in Berlin in November of 1998. The text comes from various books,
A capella score of the seven choruses of Part IV (with texts from the prison letters), which can be presented outside the context of the oratorio as a whole. Double Chorus (SATB-SATB)
A commission from Radio France, for their children's choir. SSAA, without text, 20 minutes.
Choral music SATB, but the chorus is speaking more than singing, and in fact, they should sound more like percussion instruments. Premiered in Ireland in November 2012. 5 minutes.
Four choruses standing at four corners of the space sing three choruses using three words: Creator, Son, Holy Ghost.
SATB anthem in six parts with texts by John Wesley.
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