SCORES

A selection of choral pieces.

Pdfs of these scores can be downloaded by clicking on the titles below.

A Heart of Kindness (lyrics by stroke survivors) SSA

All Shall Be Well (lyrics Julian of Norwich, from Singing The City) SATB

Amazing Grace (from May Contain Food) SSAATB Listen here

Armistice Songs SSAATBB

Blackbird (bird song) SATB, piano (orchestral version available)

Candle (lyrics Sa’di Yusef) SATB Listen here

Christmas Pudding (from A Day In the Life) TTB Listen here

Diving Dream SATB

Eilmer of Malmesbury (lyrics Eilmer of Malmesbury, 1066) SATB, bass drum

Fabulous Eggs (from May Contain Food) SSAATB Listen here

Floating Peggy (dirty barge song, from Singing The City) SATB, bass drum

Flock (bird event, from Ideas of Flight) any voices

Freedom (lyrics by Peter Levi) SSATB

Henry Moore Was Walking (artist walking song) SATB

I Am A Shadow (lyrics Ali Ahmad Sa’id, from The Shouting Fence) SATB, piano

In Beauty May I Walk SATB and soloists

In The Bleak Midwinter (from A Day In The Life) SSATB Listen here

It Was A Lover And His Lass (from As You Like It) SATB

Like A Flame (lyrics Grace Nichols, from Lip) SSA Listen here

Olympic Hopefuls (ferocious workout) TTBB

Silence SSAATTBB

The Baby Don’t Like It (ditty) any voices

The Days Of Our Lives (from BREATHe) SATB

The Death of Buddy Holly SATB Listen here

The Kettle Is The Answer (lyrics John Agard, from Traditional Values) SATB (version with orchestra available)

The Lakes of the Moon (from The Observatory) SATB

The Norwich Patriotic Society Manifesto (from Singing The City) SATB, drums

Then (exploring the implication of the word 'then') SATB

These Are The Things We Have Lost (from Souvenir) SATB, piano

(version for small brass ensemble available)

Vogel (from The Singing River) SATB Listen here

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Six Women (arrangements of pop songs by Britney Spears, Robyn, Lana del Rey, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, P.J. Harvey) all SATB

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Sibelius versions on request.

Other scores on request (some are published by Boosey and Hawkes, some are not).