How precious

Church

A short anthem written for the wedding of Nick and Shaista 2005

Let all The world

Church

A church song for children words by George Herbert.

The Lord's my Shepherd

Church

A four part working man's setting of the 23rd Psalm.  Rather more muscular than traditional

God, whose farm

Church

A setting of words by John Arlott, celebrating Harvest Festival.  Used with permission.

Now is Eternal life

Church

Words: G. W. Briggs (1875 -1950)

A new tune to old words

Music: David Pugh

Easter Hymn

Church

A simple Easter Hymn.  Words Rev. Canon Tim Partridge, music David Pugh.  

Psalm 150

Church

A solo setting (soprano, tenor) of Psalm 150.  Parts could do with drums.

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind

Church

Look out for a little bit of backing!

Love came Down

Church

A Christmas Carole for small choir, words by Christina Rossetti, music by David Pugh.

(c)Music -  David Pugh 20o0

When I survey the wondrous cross

Church

A new setting of the famous Easter hymn by Isaac Watts

As in that upper room

Church

Words by Fred Kaan

Magnificat

Church

For solo high voice

Blessed be the name of the Lord

Church

A four part version of the solo anthem of the same title.

Lord, now lettest your servant

Church

A setting of the Nunc Dimmitis for higher voice, male or female.

Nunc Dimmitus

Church

Lord, now lettest Thou Thy servant depart in peace

For high voice

Psalm 150

Church

A new setting for high voice and piano.

Come unto me

Church

Church anthem

In Christ there is no east or west

Church

A setting of well known words for congregational singing.

Do not be afraid

Church

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, or if you know who did, please let me know how to contact you.

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind

Church

A setting of John Greenlief Whittier's popular poem, for solo high voice with an occasional optional second part.

All Creatures of our God and King

Church

A setting of the well-known hymn, written by St Francis of Assisi (1182 to 1226) and translated by William Henry Draper (1855 to 1933)

Postlude

Church

A short postlude for the end of a church service.
 

Let all the world in every corner sing

Church

A two part song originally written in two parts for Middle School choir.  Here an optional part for male voices is included.

Breathe on me breath of God

Church

A traditional introit for a service like evensong.