• KahaylaOpen or Close
    Duration: 5'
    The orchestral work Kahayla was commissioned to celebrate the building of the Burj Khalifa in 2009. A stipulation of the commission was that the piece should reflect on Dubai’s cultural identity. FULL SCORE AVAILABLE SOON TO PURCHASE PLEASE BE IN TOUCH IF YOU WISH TO HIRE SCORE AND PARTS  
  • All Shall Be WellOpen or Close
      Duration c.5.30’ Text: setting of quotations from Julian of Norwich’s Revelations of Divine Love Themes: love, redemption, light, grace, the Motherhood of God Musical content: The piece has a rich harmonic texture that builds from and revolves around a three-part mediaeval Stella Maris Nuncuparis which dates from Julian of Norwich’s time c.1350. Suitable for: professional or able amateur choirs All Shall Be Well was commissioned for ORA Singers by the Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt. The first performance was given on 11th July 2021 under the direction of Suzi Digby at the Gresham Centre, as part of the Live from London Summer concert
  • An Extra DayOpen or Close

    Duration c.4’

    An Extra Day is a work for unaccompanied double choir commissioned by Princeton Glee Club. The piece is a setting of February 29th by Jane Hirshfield (duration 4 minutes)

  • Arabesques (SAATBarB)...Open or Close
    Duration: 16'
    Written for the Kings Singers, the Arabesques are settings of four short evocative poems by contemporary male Arab poets. Each piece tells the story of a woman they have known. This work is now with See-a-dot Music Publishing www.seeadot.com
  • Dialogo and Quodlibet...Open or Close
    Duration: c5'
    12 part (double choir, SSSAAATTTBBB) witty parody piece using texts by Madelena Casulana and Antonfrancesco Bossi discussing women’s contribution to music in the Renaissance period.
  • Evening PrayerOpen or Close
    Duration: c3'30"
    An atmospheric 6 part piece for SSATBB which is a setting of a prayer by Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626) from his Preces Privatae. Inspired by Rhineberger’s AbendLied, Evening Prayer uses the same 6 part line-up, slightly adapted to include a baritone (bass 1) instead of a second high tenor.
  • EvergreenOpen or Close

    Total duration: c.4’

    Dedicated to my goddaughter Beatrice Temmink, the first performance was given at Temple Church, London on Friday 15th December 2017, where it was performed by the BBC Singers, conducted by Owain Park.  SSATBB

  • Lamma BadaOpen or Close

    Duration c.3’

    All proceeds from the sale of this music will go directly to UNHCR the refugee charity.

    Lamma Bada is an SATB setting of one of the most famous melodies of the Arab world, in an SATB setting, suitable for Arabic or English speaking choirs as the score includes phonetic pronunciation.

    Difficulty: intermediate
  • Martha and Mary Anthem...Open or Close
    Duration c.7’ Martha and Mary for SSAATB and chamber organ, was commissioned for the choir of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge to celebrate 40 years of women at the college. The first performance was on Saturday 22nd October 2016.
  • Missa Brevis Christina of Markyate...Open or Close
    Duration: 15'
    Christina of Markyate was a twelfth-century recluse who became prioress of Markyate, near St Albans in Hertfordshire. In this setting of the Missa Brevis, the text of each movement is linked to a period in her life. This Missa Brevis was commissioned by the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Alban for performance by the cathedral choir during the year of the 900th anniversary of the consecration of the Norman Abbey Church.
  • Missa Brevis: Collegium Sanctae Catharinae...Open or Close
    Duration: 17'
    This accompanied mass setting was inspired by the 'Visions of Daniel' and performed on Ascension Day 2016 by the choirs of St Catharine’s College Chapel under the direction of Edward Wickham.
  • Now I lay (with everywhere around)...Open or Close
    Duration: c.5’ Text: setting of e.e. cummings poem of the same name Themes: a child’s prayer, optimism, hope, dreaming, spring, sleep, death and rebirth, the seasons, snow and rain Musical content: The piece that builds from simple chords into an intense 8 part texture with lots of shifting movement between the parts that serves to anchor the strong pulse and drive the piece towards its climax. The range is large – Sopranos 1 and 2 have a couple of top Bs and Bass 2 reaches down to low C sharp at one point. Suitable for: professional or able amateur choirs Now I lay (with everywhere around) was co-commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival and I Fagiolini Charitable Trust for I Fagiolini's programme, ‘ReWilding The Waste Land’, 2021.The first performance was given by I Fagiolini and Voces8 on 14th August 2021 under the direction of Robert Hollingworth at the Gresham Centre, as part of the Live from London Summer Festival.
  • O Ignis SpiritusOpen or Close
    Dur: 5 minutes A work in five parts for SATB choir and organ on the theme of the Holy Spirit. The text is a hymn by Hildegard von Bingen and the work was commissioned by New College Oxford to celebrate 40 years of women being admitted to the college. First performed on 29th October 2019. Difficulty level: intermediate.
  • O Magnum MysteriumOpen or Close
    Duration: c.3'30"
    O Magnum Mysterium was commissioned for the choir of Westminster Cathedral by Martin Baker, Master of Music, and first performed by the choir at their concert at the Cadogan Hall on 3rd December 2019.
  • Oculi OmniumOpen or Close

    Duration c.3’30’’

    Oculi Omnium is a setting of the College Grace text used by Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. It was commissioned by David Skinner and Sidney Sussex to celebrate its Commemoration of the Foundation and was first performed on 18th March 2017 at the college feast.

  • The World is ChargedOpen or Close
    Duration 7’ 30” Text: setting of John F Deane’s poem of the same title Themes: nature, plants, gardens, birds, romantic love, beauty, rebirth, eternity Musical content: The piece is based on a three bar quotation from Kenneth Leighton’s God’s Grandeur. The bars occur very near the end of his work as it draws towards its final cadence. In The World Is Charged, these three bars repeat like waves following each other. The work calms to a stillness in the central portion but then picks up and moves off again to an incandescent ending. There is a sense of chamber music in the piece as each part moves very independently, maintaining its individual importance. Suitable for: professional or able amateur choirs The World Is Charged was co-commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival and I Fagiolini Charitable Trust for I Fagiolini's programme, ‘ReWilding The Waste Land’, 202.1The first performance was given by I Fagiolini and Voces8  
  • Thou hast searched me and known me...Open or Close
    Duration: 5'
    A setting of verses 1-6 of Psalm 139, the first performance of this anthem was given at Peterborough Cathedral on Sunday 5th July 2015 where it was performed at evensong by the cathedral choir directed by Steven Grahl.