This short anthem is useful in the Liturgy prior to the reading of the Gospel. It is a cappella with some divisi. Joyful!
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Lusciously composed for eight-part a cappella voices, this well-known prayer is given a skillful treatment by Mr. Stopford. It challenges the range of the ensemble while offering beautiful colors and
Written for St. Paul's Cathedral in London, this John Donne poem is skillfully set based on this historic text. The music soars with color and melodic inspiration, then ends quietly with a homage to Sir
Premiered in Llandaff Cathedral in South Wales, this well-known prayer is given a gentle setting by Philip Stopford. Richly harmonic, with sweeping phrases and masterful melodies, this prayer is appropriate
A lovely setting of this well-known text for SATB voices and piano by the British composer Philip Stopford. Lyrical, beautiful and accessible. A great addition to the repertoire.
Philip Stopford has written a lovely original melody to this well-known Christina Rossetti text. This setting is simple yet meaningful. The third stanza begins four-part a cappella and ends in a peaceful
This sublime a cappella anthem is for SATB divisi choir with a soprano solo. The text paints a relationship between humanity and God. There are some utterly gorgeous harmonic moments that follow the
This setting of a personal text by Charles Wesley has been skillfully set by Stopford for a wedding. The music is lyrical with some leaps that reflect the meaning of the text. The continuous triplet motion
This festive psalm setting is a romp! Glorious in its color, interaction with the organ, and its energy. The choral parts provide some challenge, and the organ part will require an accomplished organist.
Melodically engaging and harmonically lush, this carol setting of Andrew Longfield's text brings this ancient story to life in a special way. The text asks the listener to "follow me" and is reminiscent of
This piece was written as a dedication for the spire at St. Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. It speaks of hope for troubled people and worlds. Melodic, beautiful and inspiring.
A sublime a cappella setting of the well-known anonymous 15th-century text. There is no divisi of the choral parts, and the vocal ranges are very reasonable. A truly magnificent addition to the Christmas
This Lenten anthem features a tenor soloist accompanied by organ. Colorful, thoughtful and well crafted. A meaningful addition to the Holy Week repertoire as well.
Using both Latin and English, Philip Stopford masterfully sets these texts a cappella in a colorful manner. The text painting is lovely as he alternates between the original chant and the new English text.
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