Scored for solo violin, harp and strings.
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From the Number One selling album Angel, this suite brings together the four Christian archangels, each depicted by a different type of solo voice. Strings, harp and choir add colour and depth to the words
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
Written for SATB choir (divisi), baritone solo and piano reduction. This work was commissioned by the Sound Festival and premiered by the National Youth Choir of Scotland and the National Youth Orchestra of
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
This collection of French Songs & Choruses includes a wealth of original choral music by French composers, as well as many wonderful arrangements of some of the greatest French songs ever composed.
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.
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The Highgrove Suite began as a one-movement piece entitled Goddess Of The Woods and received its premiere at Covent Garden on the occasion of The Prince Of Wales’ sixtieth birthday in November
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
For soprano & piano (or harp). First printing. Poem by Andrew Hawes. Score, 3 p.
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