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For SATB chorus & organ. First printing. Commissioned by the Master and Fellows of St John's College, Cambridge. Premiered by the Choir of St John's College, May 2014. Duration: ... view details
Written for SATB choir, string quartet, percussion and organ. Full score is used for the organ part.
For SATB a cappella choir. First printing. Commissioned by Wigmore Hall. Premiered in London, November 2015. The music sets a text from Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part II. Duration: ca. 6'. Choral score, 27
For SSAA choir & ensemble (piano reduction). Commissioned by eighth blackbird, the Kennesaw State University School of Music, and the Anima-Young Singers of Greater Chicago. Premiered in Kennesaw, GA,
For SATB a cappella choir. First printing. This work incorporates words by John Donne, paraphrasing Acts 2:1 Pentecost Antiphons. Choral score, 16 p.
Nico Muhly's Lord, Keep Us Modest When We Claim was commissioned by Eastman School of Music through its George W. Utech Congregational Hymnody Fund. First performed on October 26, 2016 as part of the
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For SATB a cappella choir. First printing. Commissioned by the Netherlands Chamber Choir for the project 150 Psalms. Music based on Psalm 63. One movement. Duration: ca. 3'. Choral octavo, 11 p.
For male vocal ensemble & 5 violas da gamba. Commissioned by Wigmore Hall. Premiered by Fretwork and
For unaccompanied men's voices. First printing. Composed for the Clerks of Magdalen College, Oxford. A setting of Psalm 144:15. Duration: ca. 2'. Choral octavo.
For SATB chorus & organ. First printing. Commissioned for the Choir of the Temple Church, Mother-Church of the Common Law, to celebrate the 800th Anniversary of the Sealing of the Magna Carta on June
For SATB a cappella choir. First printing. Originally commissioned by The Tallis Scholars from the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts and Lafayette College, the composition had its world premiere ... view details
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