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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
    • 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: 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
    • Instrumentation: woodwind, horns, timpani, percussion, harp, guitar and strings
    This piece which features on Patrick's album Fair Albion uses the orchestra to convey a panoramic pastoral scene.
  • Virga Jesse | Puer NatusNesciens Mater | Gaudete Omnes
    • Duration: 12 minutes
    • Chorus: unaccompanied SATB
    A setting of four motets with a fresh and dramatic approach to the well-known ancient texts.  Perfect to be sung as a complete set or as individual items within a carol service or other liturgical setting.
    • Duration: 4 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB choir
    • Instrumentation: Orchestra or Piano
    Gallipoli, with words from Sydney Bolitho's poem, originally appeared as part of the second movement of The Great War Symphony written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
    • Duration: 4 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB choir
    • Instrumentation: Orchestra or Piano
    Gallipoli, with words from Sydney Bolitho's poem, originally appeared as part of the second movement of The Great War Symphony written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
    • Duration: 5 minutes
    • Chorus: SSAA
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    A bright, festive arrangement of the well-known Dutch carol written for the girls of the Charterhouse Choir. Each verse provides variation and contrast with the intricate, playful organ underpinning the soprano and alto textures.
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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.
    • 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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    Duration: 4 minutes Chorus: SATB unaccompanied A setting of the words from the Chapter 15 of the Book of Exodus.
    • 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: 3 minutes
    • Chorus: unaccompanied Alto, Tenor, Baritone, Bass
    Written for The Porteous Brothers, this carol is based on the 15th century text depicting the Nativity with a lullaby sung by the Virgin Mary to the baby Jesus.
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    • Duration: 8 minutes
    • Soloist: Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB unaccompanied
    Two a cappella psalms written at the turn of the new millennium for tenor Martin Pickering and the Mansfield Choral Society.
    • Duration: 5 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Organ
    Commissioned by Wells Cathedral for the Cathedral Choir, Patrick has set the words of 16th century English poet Edmund Spenser which glorifies Christ’s sacrifice for mankind and praises his path of love.
    • 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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