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    • Duration: 3 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano
    • Instrumentation: Piano OR String quartet, Harp / Piano
    The fourth piece from the collection 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 W. H. Auden poem.
    • 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: 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: 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: 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.
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    Duration: 4 minutes Chorus: SATB unaccompanied A setting of the words from the Chapter 15 of the Book of Exodus.
    • 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: 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.
    • 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: 5 minutes
    • Chorus: SSAA
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    An arrangement of the traditional Dutch carol written for the girls of the Charterhouse Choir.
  • 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.
    • 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.
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    Duration: 4 minutes Soloist(s): Baritone Instrumentation: Strings
    • Duration: 3 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB unaccompanied
    The call of Christ to "Come To Me" is represented by gentle vocal phrases and an overall sense of yearning.  There is an atmosphere of weightlessness and calm to reflect the sentiment that Christ’s yoke is easy and his burden is light.
    • Duration: 3 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Piano
    A lilting melody is introduced in the piano against which the independent choral parts call for love to pervade all that we do.
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