A new setting of the powerful words by G. W. Briggs. For congregation with an optional descant.
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. Now with an optional male part.
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.
A setting of John Greenlief Whittier's popular poem, for solo high voice with an occasional optional second part.
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)
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 in two parts for Middle School choir. Here an optional part for male voices is included.
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 short and relatively simple anthem for church choir. The writing assumes little performer experience.