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  • Out of stock
    Duration: 4 minutes Chorus: SATB unaccompanied A setting of the words from the Chapter 15 of the Book of Exodus.
    • Duration: 14 minutes
    • Chorus: Unaccompanied SATB choir and SATB quartet
    A beautiful setting of Psalm 91, commonly known as the Psalm of Protection, for a cappella SATB choir with an SATB quartet.
    • Duration: 3 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB choir
    • Instrumentation: Orchestra or Piano
    Christian Soldiers, based on the well-known hymn tune, originally appeared as part of the first movement of The Great War Symphony written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
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    Duration: 20 minutes Chorus: SATB Instrumentation: Two pianos Written for the Tynemouth Choral Society, this work depicts the people and two main industries in that area of mining and fishing.
    • Duration: 4 minutes
    • Chorus: Divided soprano voices
    • Instrumentation: Piano
    A Christmas Carol with words by Andrew Hawes for divided soprano voices and piano written for Norwich High School for Girls.
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    • Duration: 15 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Tenor
    • Instrumentation: Piano
    A Lincolnshire song-cycle of four songs for tenor and piano.
    • Chorus: Celebrant, Congregation, and optional SATB choir
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    A setting of the Eucharist (Common Worship, Order One) for celebrant, congregation, organ and optional SATB choir.
    • Duration: 4 minutes
    • Chorus: Divided soprano voices
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    A Christmas Carol with words by Andrew Hawes for divided soprano voices and organ written for the Chapel Choir of Gresham's, Norfolk.
    • Duration: 5 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB choir and semi-chorus (trebles OR children's choir OR soloist)
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    Using words from Psalm 139 and commissioned by the choir of St James’ Church, Louth, this work was premiered on the 500th anniversary since the spire was completed, the tallest medieval parish church spire in England.
    • Duration: 9 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Piano OR Harp & small string orchestra
    Commissioned to celebrate the centenary of the Norfolk Wherry yacht White Moth. The choir and small string group depict the quiet majesty of the River Bure as well as the graceful character of the wherry itself.
  • Out of stock
    • Duration: 25 minutes
    • Chorus: TTBB
    • Instrumentation: String orchestra, Percussion, Harp
    The words by Andrew Hawes tell the life of Saint Guthlac of Crowland, a 7th & 8th century Christian hermit in Lincolnshire.
    • Duration: 30 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB, and semi-chorus of trebles
    • Instrumentation: String orchestra
    The Land was written for the South Holland Choral Project in Lincolnshire and was commissioned by the South Holland District Council to celebrate the changing seasons in that area.
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    • Duration: 55 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano & Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Full orchestra
    A cantata depicting the wedding at Cana of Galilee where Jesus performed his first miracle, turning water into wine.
    • Duration: 5 minutes
    • Chorus: SSAA
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    An arrangement of the traditional Dutch carol written for the girls of the Charterhouse Choir.
    • Duration: 75 minutes
    • Chorus: Children's Voices
    • Orchestration: Piano OR Chamber Orchestra (eleven players: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Percussion, Piano, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Double Bass)
    A children's opera that reimagines the story of Robin Hood, exploring what happens when Robin is unable to save the day and the forest community must look to itself for solutions.
  • Duration: 4 minutes Soloist(s): Soprano Instrumentation: Piano
    The piano depicts the gentle flowing of the fountain which the poet, Ben Johnson (1572-1637) sees as a mirroring of grief and sorrow.  The solo soprano voice conveys the deeper nuances of the text with broken, 'sighing' phrases and, at points of climax, with more expansive sweeping statements.
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