A setting for high voices of a carol by Timothy Dudley-Smith. Used with permission.
An Easter song of celebration for up to three parts. Originally written for Middle School aged pupils.
A hymn, usually sung to 'Christ Church' a worthy tune but the vigour of the words deserves more.
Verse 1. with music below
Verse four with descant below.
The words appear
This is a harvest anthem written for a competition organised by St Martin's in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, London. I have tried to obtain permission to use the words but have failed. If you wrote the words, please let me know how to contact you.
A setting of the well-known harvest hymn, written by St Francis of Assisi (1182 to 1226) and translated by William Henry Draper (1855 tp 193
A short, easy anthem for sopranos, altos and men with words from Psalm 25 as translated by Gideons International
A two part song originally written for Middle School choir.
Sung by Claire Fagg, a friend and wife of Chris who plays french horn. He performs a Brisk March elsewhere on this site.
This is an anthem using as a basis the old hymn, O come O come Emmanuel. It is written for sopranos, altos and men. Time: 4 minutes 40 seconds
A harvest anthem for four voices. Permission to use the lyrics has been applied for.
A short and relatively simple anthem for church choir. The writing assumes little performer experience.