A joyful setting mostly in triple time, but with the middle section in 4/4 Although this is perhaps a slight spiky setting, it also contains a striding melody, underpinned by some interesting harmonic parts and plenty of rhythmic vitality This piece is suitable for either a concert or a service For Mixed (SATB with divisi) Choir & Piano or Organ Difficult
This is a lively choral setting of the evening canticle For Mixed (SATB with divisi) Choir & Piano or Organ Moderately Difficult
This setting was composed for Peter Litman and the Isle of Man Cathedral They are joyful and upbeat, with plenty of variety of style, tempo, feel and they also have some interesting modulations, which all help to give a musical painting of the words For Mixed (SATB with divisi) Choir a cappella Moderately Difficult
O come let us sing unto the Lord (Psalm 95) This joyful and festive setting is written for either solo voice or unison voices and keyboard It has strong melodies with a stately feel to it The setting is attractive with some tricky corners and it is a useful addition to the repertoire for Rite I Morning Prayer services or concerts Solo Voice or Unison...
Although this setting was written for choirs who have a shortage of men, it is hoped that the musical writing doesn't lose any vocal or harmonic interest Choirs should find this rewarding and not too difficult to perform It is suitable for services and concerts For Mixed (SAB) Choir & Piano or Organ Moderately Easy
This setting uses Latin text and Ian Higginson has used a mix of exciting, exhilarating and reflective compositional styles It does include some challenges for a choir and the organist but it is a rewarding work to perform, and it can be used either liturgically or indeed it can be performed within a concert For Mixed (SATB) Voices & Piano or Organ...
Versicles and Responses for Lower Voices - Cantor & ATB Choir Dedicated to Paul Booth and the Lay Clerks of St Asaph Cathedral, 2021