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    • Duration: 61 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano & Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    The Great War Symphony is a poignant and moving work for choirs, soloists and orchestra written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  It mourns the dead, salutes their sacrifice and evokes a vision of England and her allies that inspired so much of the art and music of that time.
    • 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.
    • 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: 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.
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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: 2 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB unaccompanied
    This simple version of The Lord’s Prayer is taken from The Edenham Eucharist – a communion setting written for parishes belonging to the composer’s brother Andrew.
    • Duration: 2 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB unaccompanied
    Peace Beyond Thought uses simple unison singing through to rich and warm harmonic textures, with restrained dynamics throughout.
    • Duration: 2 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano
    • Chorus: SATB choir
    • Instrumentation: Orchestra or Piano
    The Last Post originally appeared as part of the fourth and final movement of The Great War Symphony written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, and fuses the words of the iconic poem by Laurence Binyon with the bugle (or trumpet) playing the Last Post.
    • Duration: 2 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Piano OR Organ
    A setting of the well-known phrase from Psalm 46 "Be still, and know that I am God" for choir and piano.
    • Duration: 61 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano & Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    The Great War Symphony is a poignant and moving work for choirs, soloists and orchestra written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  It mourns the dead, salutes their sacrifice and evokes a vision of England and her allies that inspired so much of the art and music of that time.
    • Duration: 21 minutes
    • Soloist: Clarinet
    • Instrumentation: Strings, Harp
    Patrick Hawes's Clarinet Concerto [is] musically nourishing...a fine work....gorgeous..." GRAMOPHONE (Aug 2016) A three-movement work for clarinet, strings and harp written especially for clarinetist Emma Johnson.  The three contrasting movements are rooted in the English pastoral tradition but with a definite 21st-century gloss.  Melodic, fresh and immediately appealing.
    • 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
    • Soloist(s): Soprano
    • Instrumentation: Piano OR String quartet, Harp / Piano
    The eighth piece from the song-cycle The Call written in Autumn 1997 in the aftermath of the death of Princess Diana and uses poems which seemed to echo the public’s need for answers to eternal questions.  This piece for soprano and piano is a setting of the beautiful poem by Christina Rossetti describing the sadness and deep pain of the poet for a deceased lover.
    • Duration: 3 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB unaccompanied
    A mystical setting of the opening words of St John's Gospel.  Perfect as an anthem at any time of the year but especially at Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve when this reading is proclaimed.
    • Duration: 4 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano
    • Instrumentation: Piano
    This song takes the first two verses and last two verses from Samuel Crossman's (1624-83) marvellous poem.  There is no reference to the well-known hymn tune; instead the listener is taken through a whole range of emotions as the piano supports the soprano voice with warm, sonorous textures.
    • 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.
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