- New! We Are One Voice – available for TBarB choir and piano (also for flexible 2-part choirs)
- New! Lighten Our Darkness – for TTBarB, quite tricky. Please contact me if this looks up your street, I’d be happy to give you free copies if you’re willing to provide a recording. Demo recording below:
- New! The Birlinn – for TBarB and piano, fairly easy. Click here for more details. Hear the SATB version below:
- No Man Is An Island (TBarB) – free as part of #choirsagainstracism
This is a lament for the deaths of those abroad, and our comparative unconcernedness for them. If you want to remind your elected representatives that refugees are dying daily trying to cross the ocean, or to raise funds for Doctors Without Borders, for example, this would be a good choice. Creative Commons license.
Difficulty level: easy to medium, tonal, should be approachable for any three-part choir. Parts could be learnt by ear.
Hear the TBarB version, sung by the University of Glasgow Chapel Choir:
Download the score in PDF format (2 pages): for lower voices – TBarB
- The Wall – free as part of #choirsagainstracism
A song for refugees. Hard-hitting and may not be suitable for younger audiences. Download the score here.
- Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (in Latin) for SSABar, SATB, ATBarB, or TTBB choir
See the Magnificat for ATBarB here (alto and tenor soloists required, fairly tricky) or for TTBB
and the Nunc Dimittis for ATBarB here (some divisi for altos and tenors, moderate difficulty).
Email me if you would like a copy of the TTBB version instead.
The price is £40 for a PDF of the set (or £3 per copy) – Magnificat alone £30/£2.50, Nunc Dimittis alone £20/£1.50.
Hear a recording of the Nunc Dimittis (ATBarB version):
- Carmina Gadelica is a set of three 3-part anthems or introits, suitable for all-year-round use. All the pieces in the set are available for ATB or TBarB, and can also be ordered individually. Published by NoteNova: click here to order copies.
- Also available (email me for copies, will be added to the website soon): “Videntes Stellam” (medium tricky) and “Judas Mercator Pessimus” (very difficult), both AATTBB with no further divisi,