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SACRED Richard Rodney Bennett: A Colloquy with God* John Duggan: Ave verum Brian Easdale: Ubi caritas* Edward Elgar: Requiem aeternam (Nimrod) (arr. David Hill) Peter Maxwell Davies: The Whispering Gallery* Paul Mealor: Ave verum corpus Paul Mealor: De profundis Paul Mealor: Drop, drop, slow tears Paul Mealor: How beautiful on the mountains Paul Mealor: Locus iste Paul Mealor: O vos omnes (SATB/Bells) Paul Mealor: Salvator mundi: Greater love Tarik O’Regan: Swing low, sweet chariot John Tavener: Nunc Dimittis (2010) John Tavener: The Founder’s Prayer John Tavener: They are all gone into the world of light Zachary Wadsworth: O saving victim Judith Weir: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis

NOV293095 NOV293348 NOV293392 NOV292930 CH79266 NOV293469 NOV293502 NOV285087 NOV293161 NOV292831 NOV292842 NOV293062 NOV200871 CH79211-01 CH76989 CH79035 NOV293381 CH79915

SECULAR Richard Allain: My Promise Paul Mealor: She walks in beauty Zbigniew Preisner: To Know Tom Wiggall: Love me sweet

NOV162338 NOV162074 CH80960 NOV162415

CHRISTMAS Richard Allain: In the bleak mid-winter Anon: Gaudete! (SATB/Percussion) (arr. David Hill) Richard Rodney Bennett: In the bleak mid-winter Richard Rodney Bennett; The Apple Tree Richard Rodney Bennett: The holly and the Ivy Richard Rodney Bennett: The Shepherd’s Carol Grayston Ives: Susanni* Richard Lloyd: Love came down at Christmas Francis Pott: Lute-Book Lullaby Graham Ross: Lullay My Liking (2-Part)* Jeremy Thurlow: As Joseph was a-walking (SATBB) Jeremy Thurlow: Of noblest cities* Harriet Wybor: Lully, lullay

NOV162525 NOV293634 NOV050435 NOV200530 NOV050314 NOV050303 NOV293315 NOV293579 NOV162536 NOV293359 NOV293337 NOV293326 NOV293370

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Richard Rodney Bennett A COLLOQUY WITH GOD for SATB chorus with piano accompaniment Sir Thomas Browne (1605–1682) always used this, his own poem, as a ‘dormitive’ to lull himself to sleep. The composer is grateful to his sister, Meg Peacocke, for her help in editing the poem.

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Commissioned by the Swaledale Festival for a performance by the Royal Holloway Choir and Acoustic Triangle in Richmond, North Yorkshire on 26th May 2012

A Colloquy with God

Thomas Browne

Richard Rodney Bennett

(1605–1682)

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RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT

Selected choral music by

RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT The Apple Tree SATB NOV200530

Carol SATB NOV160295

A Farewell to Arms

Y E L Gloria, Gloria N C SATB NOV050292 O AN E The Glory and the Dream R RM SATB and organ NOV170376 O O C A Good-Night S RF SATB NOV953304 L E In the bleak mid-winter A SATB NOV050435 S NP U I New Year Carol R E SATB NOV050325 E S P U On Christmas Day (to my heart) E R SATB NOV050061 N IThou Man O Remember, O L F SATB NOV050446 N T Novello Publishing Limited O Sea-Change O SATB and tubular N bells (ad lib.) NOV070490 SATB and violoncello NOV952457; Violoncello part NOV952457-01

A Colloquy with God for SATB chorus with piano accompaniment

part of the Music Sales Group

14/15 Berners Street London W1T 3LJ

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The Shepherd’s Carol SATB NOV050303

This Day

www.chesternovello.com

SATB NOV078793

Order No. NOV293095

Torches NOVELLO

SATB NOV200541

Verses on Saint Cecilia’s Day SATB NOV050226

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Ave verum Fourteenth-century hymn

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to the memory of John

REQUIEM AETERNAM A choral setting of Nimrod from the Enigma Variations. EDWARD ELGAR arranged by David Hill

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Dedicated to Her Majesty The Queen, in the year of her Diamond Jubilee. Commissioned by the Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral in celebration of the tercentenary. First performance on 26th September 2012 at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, by the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral accompanied by Simon Johnson (organ), conducted by Andrew Carwood. Duration: c. 7 minutes Score on sale: Order No. CH79266 THE WHISPERING GALLERY Text by Sir Andrew Motion

LY E N C O AN E M R I could as well have walked from anywhere;R O O the path from every parish climbs to pass C through these west doors, and F heart S everyRthirsting in these soft-lapping shadows drinks its fill. L E A I entered in. My footsteps found P the way S selfhood of pilgrimage where Uin natureINslips disappears and everything its bounds: R hard potter’s clay E turned fluid as the air; E S highP marbleU arches vaulted into cloud; E floating and over me in weightless stone R– a telescope that flashed its fire Nthe dome I O L toFblaze on heaven blazing back to earth. N the dome. I touched the turning sky. O OTII climbed watched the surf of London break below. in the gallery beneath, I heard N And Wren speak his mind along three centuries: I walked from Clerkenwell to Ludgate Hill and saw the great cathedral anchored there – the parish church of empire as it was, the parish church of England as it is.

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Paul Mealor DE PROFUNDIS for bass solo and SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

NOVELLO 75


Dedicated to Anna Barry

De profundis for bass solo & SATB chorus

'Out of the depths, I cry to you' PAUL MEALOR

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PAUL MEALOR Ave Maria

Sanctuary Haunts

SATB divisi NOV292765

SATB divisi NOV292820

Ave maris stella

She walks in beauty

SATB divisi NOV292875

SATB divisi NOV162074

LY E N C O AN Drop, drop, slow tears Ubi caritas E R RM O O Let Fall the Windows of Mine Eyes C F you are S Wherever R L E A Locus iste S NP U I R E E Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal S P U Your gentleness, O God of grace E R N LI FO N O OTMaria O Sanctissima Novello Publishing Limited N Stabat Mater

Beata es, Virgo Maria

Solo soprano, SATB divisi, harp (or piano) and strings Full score NOV292864; Vocal score NOV292853

SATB divisi NOV292776

SATB divisi NOV285087

SATB divisi NOV200937; Pack of ten NOV200937-10; Pack of twenty-five NOV200937-25

SATB divisi NOV293172

SSA and piano NOV201146; SATB and piano NOV292886; TTBB and piano NOV292897 All available in packs of ten (-10) or twenty-five (-25)

SATB divisi NOV292831

SSA, piano, harp, percussion and strings Full score NOV201135

Four madrigals for SATB divisi NOV292710; I: Now sleeps the crimson petal NOV292721; II: Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting NOV292732; III: Upon a bank with roses set about NOV292743; IV: A Spotless Rose NOV292754

SATB divisi NOV292798; TTBB divisi NOV292809

Paul Mealor DE PROFUNDIS for bass solo and SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied

Selected choral music by

SATB divisi NOV292985

part of the Music Sales Group

14/15 Berners Street London W1T 3LJ

O vos omnes

Exclusive distributors: Music Sales Ltd Newmarket Road Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, IP33 3YB

SATB divisi and tubular bells NOV292842

Salvator Mundi: Greater Love

www.musicsalesclassical.com

SATB soloists and SATB divisi NOV293062

Order No. NOV293502

NOVELLO

88


Paul Mealor DROP, DROP, SLOW TEARS for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

NOVELLO 89


LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

90


Dedicated to, and first performed by, Joshua Copeland and The Antioch Chamber Ensemble, St Paul’s Chapel, New York, 30 March 2012

DROP, DROP, SLOW TEARS (SATB) Phineas Fletcher (1582–1650)

Paul Mealor

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PAUL MEALOR Ave Maria

Sanctuary Haunts

SATB divisi NOV292765

SATB divisi NOV292820

Ave maris stella

She walks in beauty

SATB divisi NOV292875

SATB divisi NOV162074

LY E N C O AN In My Dreams Ubi caritas E R RM O O C F you are Locus iste S Wherever R L E A S NP Lux Benigna U I R E E S P U Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal E R Your gentleness, O God of grace N LI FO N T O Novello O Maria O Sanctissima Publishing Limited N Stabat Mater

Beata es, Virgo Maria

Solo soprano, SATB divisi, harp (or piano) and strings Full score NOV292864; Vocal score NOV292853

SATB divisi NOV292776

Solo tenor, SSA and piano NOV162173 SATB and piano NOV162184 Both available in packs of ten (-10) or twenty-five (-25)

SATB divisi NOV292831

SATB divisi NOV200937; Pack of ten NOV200937-10; Pack of twenty-five NOV200937-25

SSA and piano NOV201146; SATB and piano NOV292886; TTBB and piano NOV292897 All available in packs of ten (-10) or twenty-five (-25)

SSAAA and piano NOV292787

SSA, piano, harp, percussion and strings Full score NOV201135

Four madrigals for SATB divisi NOV292710; I: Now sleeps the crimson petal NOV292721; II: Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting NOV292732; III: Upon a bank with roses set about NOV292743; IV: A Spotless Rose NOV292754

SATB divisi NOV292798; TTBB divisi NOV292809

Paul Mealor DROP, DROP, SLOW TEARS for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied

Selected choral music by

SATB divisi NOV292985

part of the Music Sales Group

14/15 Berners Street London W1T 3LJ

Exclusive distributors: Music Sales Ltd Newmarket Road Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, IP33 3YB

O vos omnes SATB divisi and tubular bells NOV292842

www.chesternovello.com

Salvator Mundi: Greater Love

Order No. NOV285087

NOVELLO

SATB soloists and SATB divisi NOV293062

98


Paul Mealor HOW BEAUTIFUL ON THE MOUNTAINS for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

Novello 99


Commissioned by St Matthew's Church, Northampton for the Patronal Festival 2012, in memory of Edith Kennedy (1927–2009).

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N Duration: circa 2½ minutes

100


Dedicated to the memory of my dear friend, Robert Owen

How beautiful on the mountains

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PAUL MEALOR

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All Rights Reserved

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5

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8

33

1 EE 5: G

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beau - ti - ful

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5

on

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5

moun - tains

5 5 5 are

the

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of

those

l

  5 5 5

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EE

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5

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l Continue singing these notes in this order, though speed up and slow down at will, independently of everyone else. The effect desired is one of a gentle, lilting brook.

108


9

36

1 EE G 5:

"

molto rit.

ppp

=

5 5

    5 5 5 5 5:

!5

who pro - claim

the

gos - pel

of

5:

5:

4:

peace.

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LY E N C O AN EE E 2 R RM O O C S RF "  L 1 EE 4 : E = 0  = A G P 5 5 5 : : S5 5 B 5 B U IN R E E P US E E R GE N LI FO N O OT E N GE This may be sung by an alto, if preferred.

40

ppp

Al - le - lu -

ia,

al -

le - lu

-

ia.

Gradually fade away into silence, each singer stopping independently.

Gradually fade away into silence, each singer stopping independently.

i

Gradually fade away into silence, each singer stopping independently.

2

EE

109

"  "  " 


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112


for Sir Duncan Rice

Locus iste PAUL MEALOR

Moderato, molto espressivo (q = c. 68) rit. a tempo ppp

SOPRANO

1   G   B

Lo

-

B

B

cus

i

BB

BB

cus

i

B -

ste,

ppp

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ALTO

Lo

-

BB

lo

-

BB

BB

-

B

cus

i

B

-

ste,

-

BB i

ste

a

55 55 -

BB

BB

lo

ste,

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55

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K

i

cus

5 55 5

BB

a

TENOR

ste,

K

5 5 5 5

ste

ppp

-

K

-

cus

i

-

ste

a

ppp

BASS

Lo

cus

i

De - o

fac - tus

est,

lo

mf

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste

a tempo

rit.

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

pp

De - o

fac - tus

est,

lo

mf

pp

De - o

mf

55

De - o

-

ste,

a tempo pp

rit. mf

 2   55

-

-

Piano (for rehearsal only)

5

-

*

fac - tus

est,

lo

K

pp

55

'

fac - tus

est,

lo

55

B -

B

B

cus

i

B -

K

BB

BB

ste,

lo

-

cus

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55 55

55 5

55 5

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BB

BB

BBB

BB

BB

BBB

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55 5

55 5

55 5

' '

BB

BB

BB

BB

BB B

BB B

* Bracketed notes are optional divisi. Š 2012 Novello & Company Limited

113

55 a

5 555 5 55 5


2

10

1  G  B

5

i

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-

mf

5

BB

_

ste

lo

-

BB

BB

cus

i

mf

BB i

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BB

-

_

ste

BB lo

-

mf

B

B

_

BB

BB

cus

i

B

B

K

BB -

ste

BB -

BB

lo

K

BB

f

--

f

BB

BB

ste

lo

K

B

cus

-

cus

f

B

B

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ste

lo

-

mf

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-

55

lo

ste

cus

55 -

55

i

-

ste

55

55

55

cus

i

-

lo

K

55

I

ste

-

cus

f

55

lo - cus

-

molto rit.

(q = 64) molto rit. ff

14

i

-

ste

a

De - o

-

ste

a

fac - tus

-

 5 2  5 -

-

5

5

55

ste

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ste

B B

5 5

pp

De - o

fac - tus

est,

5

in - ae - sti -

pp

a

De - o

5I

ff

a

De - o

5I

-

est,

ff

i

i

a tempo (q = 68)

ff

i

55

5

fac - tus

5

5

fac - tus

555 5

5 555

55 5

555

555

55

55

55 5

555 5

55

55

55

114

est,

in

ae - sti

' est,

' ' ' 4 ' '

-

ma - bi - le

K

pp

55

55

BB

ma - bi - le

4 5

5

5

555 5

5

5

555 5

BBB B

5


3

18

1  G  4

pp

mf

5 5 B

5 5 5

0

0

0

in - ae - sti - ma - bi - le

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mf

55 55 BB

4

'

- ma - bi - le

ah

5 5 5

I5

B:

in - ae - sti -

K 5 5 5 5

' '

5 5

5

in - ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

mf

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4

55 55 BB

BB

BB

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sa

mf

' '

ah

-

cra - men

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tum,

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ah

ah

-

5

molto rit.

23

f

sa

-

cra - men

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tum,

sa

-

cra - men

f

- ma - bi - le,

K

-

55

 

'' ' ' '

55

5B B

5

f

ff

ah

ah

f

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tum,

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ah

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4

ah

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ff

in - ae - sti - ma - bi - le

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K

ff

5

BB 5

5

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55 ' ' ' ' '

115

55

5B B

5

ff

5

5

sa

-

BB' ' ' 4

K

5 cra -

BB 5

5

5


4 (q = 62)

1  G 

pp

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pp

27

' '

'

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ppp

ppp

''

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molto rit.

0

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0

ah

''

?

B

ah

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sa

Solo p

4 5 5 5

B

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B

ppp

?

-

B

B

cra - men - tum.

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K

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Tutti

B

K

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p

B

-

B

cra - men - tum,

sa

K 5 5 5 5

- men - tum;

-

cra - men - tum.

Other Basses

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ir - re - pre - hen - si - bi - lis

-

cra - men - tum.

K

est.

-

a tempo (q = 68) rit.

33

rit.

a tempo

ppp

mf

Lo - cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste

a

ppp

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste

a

ppp

i

-

ste,

Tutti

B

Lo - cus

-

est,

De - o

fac - tus

B i

5 !5 -

lo

K

-

B lo

5B 5

B BB

BBB

BBB

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B B

BB

B5 !5

i

-

ste

a

De - o

fac - tus

est,

55 55 55 55

'

mf

ste,

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cus

BB B

-

B

BB

cus

i

5B B B B

116

5

55 55 -

ste

a

De - o

fac - tus

est,

BBB B

555 555 5 5

55 55 5 55 55 55

555

' ''

BB BB

55 55

55 5

55 5

55 5

' '

55 55

55 5

K

est,

mf

Lo - cus

ppp

fac - tus

mf

Lo - cus

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De - o

K

K K


5

39

1  G 

a tempo pp

 pp  G B lo

-

K

BB

B

B lo

rit.

cus

i

-

B

B

ste,

lo

-

B

B

cus

i

5

5 -

ste,

-

ste,

_

K -

B

B

cus

i

B -

B

ste,

lo

K

pp

 G  B i lo

a tempo

B

B

B

BB -

B

BB

cus

i

B

B

BB B

_ _

Y E L B B BB BB B NB CB O AN  E 5 G  B BBB BB BB BB RBBB RMBBB B5B B OB O B B  B B B B C B BB B  B B B BB B B S RF L E A P I I S K 1  B B 5 B 5 N B BB BB UBB I BB B 5 5 G  B R E E P US K  E BB R BB BB BB 55 55 G  B BB N BB I I B I O L F N K T  O 55 55 BB B  B B B B G B O I I i N -

cus

i

-

ste,

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

K

pp

 2  B lo

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

-

rit.

43

mf

f

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

mf

mf

lo

-

-

cus

i

-

ste,

in -

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

in -

cus

i

-

ste,

-

cus

i

-

ste,

in -

5

5

55

55

5

5

55

lo

f

5

5

lo

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--

f

mf

 4 2 

lo

f

55 -

5

5

cus

B

5

5 i

BBB B

BB BB B B

55

5 5

B 5 5

55 -

5I K 5 5

5 ste,

BB BB B B

B

lo - cus

117

B5 5

i

B BBB

BB BB 5 5

5

5

B B

B

-

ste,

BBB B 5 5

BB 5 5

B B

5I in -

555 5

5 555

55

55 5


6 q = c. 64 ff

1  55I 55 55 5 G  47

K 5 5I 5

B

- ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

ff

 G   55I 55 55 55

K

 55I 5 5 5  G i - ae - sti - ma - bi

sa

K

B

in

-

ae - sti - ma - bi -

K in B5 5 B5 5 K I

ae - sti - ma - bi -

ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

in

-

ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

-

cra - men

-

tum,

sa

55I 5 5 5

B

a tempo rit.

55 55 55 55

-

I 5B 5 55 55

rit.

K

5 I55

B

in

B5 5 5B 5 K I

- ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

ff

I55 55 55 5

B

K

-

I 5B 5 55 55

cra - men

-

tum,

55I 5 5 55

B

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in

-

ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

- ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

in

-

ae - sti - ma - bi - le,

ff

K

in -

ae - sti - ma - bi -

in -

ae - sti - ma - bi -

-

a tempo

52

rit.

fff

mf

- le,

in - ae - sti - ma - bi -

in - ae - sti - ma - bi -

fff

in

-

ae - sti - ma - bi - le.

le,

pp

sa

-

cra - men

-

tum.

mf

- le,

in - ae - sti - ma - bi

IB :  B : 2  fff

55

- le,

-

le,

mf

- le,

fff

5  5B : 5 G   B: BB ::: B  B : 

pp

5555

55 55

5 55

55 55 5

55 55 55 55

55 55 55 5

le,

mf

55I 55 55 55 5 5 5 5

in - ae - sti - ma - bi

5

-

BB B

-

pp

in

K

le,

55 55

55B B

55 5

B BB B

118

ae - sti - ma - bi - le.

5I 5 5 5

BB in

5

-

-

K

pp

 '

ae - sti - ma - bi - le.

55 55

5BB 5

555 5 5

BB B

5 5

5 5

5 5

55

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5 4

5  5


7 q = c. 60 57

a tempo

rit.

K

ppp

1  G  B

Lo -

B

B

cus

i

B -

ste,

 G  B

BB

BB

cus

i

Lo -

ppp

 G  B i Lo

B

B

-

K

BB -

B lo

ppp

lo

K

B

B

B

cus

i

5 5 -

ste

a

5 5 5 5 De - o

-

B

BB

cus

i

B B

BB

55 55 -

ste

B B

a

5 5 5 5

 ' est,

55 55 55 55

K

fac - tus

 ' '

est,

5 5 5 5

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K

De - o

mf

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ppp

 B 2 

Lo -

cus

i

B

B

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

cus

i

-

ste

a

K

B

-

-

ste,

De - o

fac - tus

est,

mf

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste

a

K

fac - tus

mf

B

ste,

rit. mf

De - o

fac - tus

K

est,

-

q = c. 56 like a whisper

63

pppp

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

pppp

lo

-

cus

i

-

ste,

lo

-

cus

i

-

lo

-

cus

i

BB

BB

cus

i

 G  B BBB

BBBBB

BB BB

 B  B

B B

B B

-

 2   BB lo

-

-

ste,

lo

K

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ste,

cus

i

BB

BB

cus

i

BB BB

BBBBB

BB BB

B B

B B

B B

BB lo

 BBBBB  B B

119

-

-

-

K

ste,

 BB -

K

ste,

pppp

pppp

K

ste,

 BBBBB  B B

K


8

Molto rubato (q = c. 52) SOPRANO SOLO (independent of choir) p

67

mf

5 5I

1  5 5 B G  4 5 5 O flaw - less hal - low,

 5 B

O seam - less robe.

4 5 5 5 B: Lan - tern of stone,

*

5 5 B:

 '

un - bro - ken.

Molto rubato (q = c. 56)

 K BB

**

 G  B

 G 

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 2 

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-

 

BB

B

 0

LY E N C O AN   K E 0 BB BB R RM B BB O O C S RF L E   K 0 A B B B B B P S U IN R E E S P  K  U 0 BB BB BBE BB N OR I L N TF O O  N BB BB BBBBB BBBBB BB BB

lo - cus

i

-

ste.

lo - cus

i

-

ste.

lo - cus

i

-

ste.

lo - cus

i

-

ste.

BB

BB

BB

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* Soloist should hold the pause until choir has completed its cycle of repeats. At bar 74, soloist and choir should sing at the same tempo, circa q = 52.

** Choir should repeat boxed section, including pauses and breaks for breathing at the steady tempo of q = 56, independent of soloist.

120


9

74

1  G 

q = c. 52

5

rit.

4

?

4

5

5 O

q = c. 52

5

flaw - less

rit.

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B hal

B -

low.

bell-like ppp

0

4

0

"

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5I I55 5I5 !55I5 55I5

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"

LY E N C O AN  E M G  R ' ' ' ' ' ' O OR SC RF L E   A G  ' ' ' ' ' S N 'P i U I R E E S P U   ' ' ' E '  2 ' 'R ' ' N I L FO N O OT   4 '' G  N 5 55 55 !555 555 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' % San - tu - a - ri - o.

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' ' ' '

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for Ralph Allwood

O vos omnes

PAUL MEALOR Adagio, molto espressivo, molto rubato (h = c. 58)

L_Y E N C O AN E M" R R 1   O ? ? G 0 B O B B ' C B B B B S RF * L E A " P S   ?U IB NB ' ' ? G 0 R B ' B B E * E P US " E R N   I  O 0 ? ' G B ' '' ? ' ' Li F N * O OT " N     G  _

TUBULAR BELLS

lunga

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ppp

ppp

lunga

SOPRANO

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ppp

nes

qui

ALTO

vos

om

-

ppp

nes

qui

TENOR

vos

om

-

ppp

BASS

Piano (for rehearsal only)

2

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LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

NOVELLO 133


Salvator Mundi: Greater Love was commissioned by the Swansea Festival and premiered by Côrdydd, conducted by Sioned James at St Mary’s Church, Chepstow on 9 October 2011.

Salvator mundi, salva nos, qui per crucem et sanguinem redemisti nos, auxiliare nobis, te deprecamur, Deus noster. Saviour of the world, save us, who through thy cross and blood didst redeem us; help us, we beseech thee, our God.

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13

Dyma fy ngorchymyn i; ar i chwi garu eich gilydd, fel y cerais i chwi.

This is my commandment; that ye love one another, as I have loved you. John 15:12

The final soprano solo (bars 53-62) may be sung in English (alternative text provided).

Duration: circa 6 minutes

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Dedicated to Dr Manon Williams MVO with great respect and admiration

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Adagio molto espressivo h = c. 42

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Tarik O’Regan SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT for SATB chorus unaccompanied

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

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Tarik O’Regan SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT for SATB chorus unaccompanied

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

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Duration: c. 3’

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Throughout the piece, melodic lines with words should blend into the accompanying choral texture (e.g. Altos, from bar 21 / Sopranos, from bar 49) and not stand out too much.

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TARIK O’REGAN Mixed chorus accompanied

Mixed chorus unaccompanied

Bring rest, sweet dreaming child

I sleep but my heart waketh

SATB and harp NOV050182; harp NOV050182-01; SA and harp NOV161227; harp NOV161227-01

SATB divisi and soprano solo NOV020735

Ipsa vivere SATB NOV956912

LY E N C O AN Haec deum celi Corpus Christi Service E M R Hymnus de Sancte R O O Andree Apostole C De Sancto Ioanne Baptista S F O vera dignaRhostia L E Jubilate Deo A P S Tu N claustra stirpe regia U I A Light Exists in Spring R ETu, Trinitatis Unitas E S P U Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis E R N LI FO Triptych N O OT Novello Publishing Limited N We Remember Them Cantate Domino (Queens’ College version) SATB and organ NOV200299

SATB and organ with congregation part Score NOV200321; congregation part NOV200321-01 (pack of ten)

Sequence for St Wulfstan: Beatus auctor sæculi SATB NOV200277

SATB NOV032296

SATB NOV956714

SATB and organ NOV954712

SATB NOV200255

SATB/SA semichorus and organ NOV956868

SATB NOV200266

SSA and piano NOV957506

Tarik O’Regan SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT for SATB chorus unaccompanied

Selected choral music by

SATB NOV200288

SATB and solo soprano saxophone or violoncello NOV200310; solo violoncello NOV200310-01; solo soprano saxophone NOV200310-02

Cantata for string orchestra and chorus Vocal score NOV955691

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John Tavener NUNC DIMITTIS for SATB chorus unaccompanied

Y Dimittis from Magnificat and Nunc E L (SecondN Setting, C 2010)

O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

Chester Music 171


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for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain

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JOHN TAVENER Annunciation SATB soloists/3S3A4T5B CH60864

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Collegium Regale) SSSAAATTBB CH55863

As One Who Has Slept SSATB/SATB CH61255

Marienhymne SATB/SSAA CH69674

Y E L SSAATTBB N C CH73799 O AN Butterfly Dreams E Trinity SSSSAAATTTBBB Prayer to the Holy M R CH66418 SSAAA/SATB R O O CH61199 C Exhortation and Kohima F SATB/SATB SchuonSHymnen R CH67540 SATBL E CH67716 A P Fear and Rejoice, O People S SSSSAAAATTTTBBBB Nfor Athene U Song I CH61406 R SATB E CH60991 E S Funeral Ikos P U Three Antiphons SSATBB E R SSAATTBBBB CH55676 N CH61124 ICuthbert O Ikon of Saint L F of Lindisfarne Today the Virgin N T SATTBBO SATBB O CH55787 CH59634 Chester Music N Away in a manger Soprano soloist/SATB CH70686

O my people

John Tavener NUNC DIMITTIS for SATB chorus unaccompanied

Selected unaccompanied mixed-voice choral works by

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The Lord’s Prayer

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Love Bade Me Welcome

When in Jordan, thou wast baptized

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Domine, Jesu Christe, qui me creasti, redemisti, et preordinasti ad hoc quod sum; tu scis quæ de me facere vis; fac de me secundum voluntatem tuam cum misericordia. Amen.

[O Lord Jesus Christ, who hast created and redeemed me and hast foreordained me unto that which now I am; thou knowest what thou wouldst do with me; do with me according to thy will, in thy mercy. Amen.] Text by King Henry VI, who founded Eton College in 1440.

Duration: c. 1½ minutes Score on sale: Order No. CH76989

CHESTER MUSIC 179


THE FOUNDER’S PRAYER John Tavener

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John Tavener THEY ARE ALL GONE INTO THE WORLD OF LIGHT

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Duration: c. 3 minutes Score on sale: Order No. CH79035

COMPOSER’S NO TE NOTE The words of this piece are taken from the poem They are all gone into the world of light by Henry Vaughan. The music came to me after attending the beautiful and moving funeral of Marianne Yacoub, wife of the eminent heart surgeon Sir Magdi Yacoub who has been such a great support to me over many years. J.T.

LY E N C THE Y ARE ALL GONE IN TO THE WORLD OF LIGHT THEY INT O AN words by Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) E M R They are all gone into the world of light! R And I alone sit ling’ring here; O O C F I see them walking in an airS of glory, R Whose light doth trample on my days: L E My days, which are A at best but dull and hoary, P Mere glimmering decays. Sand N UDeath!I the jewel of the just, Dear, beauteous R Shining nowhere, Ebut in the dark; E S P outlook that mark! Could manU EAnd into glory peep. R N Odisperse these mists, which blot and fill LI Either F My still as they pass: N TOr elseperspective remove me hence unto that hill, O O Where I shall need no glass. N

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in memory of Marianne Yacoub

THEY ARE ALL GONE INTO THE WORLD OF LIGHT John Tavener

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Duration: circa 4 minutes

for Octavoce

She walks in beauty for SATB divisi

LORD BYRON (1788–1824)

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" BB 55 4 0

1 ? B B B G B B B B E

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pp

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34

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unis.

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G B B G B i

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dear their dwell - ing - place.

unis.

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0

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dear their dwell - ing - place.

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5 39

a tempo pp

1 ? G

B B B

B

B B B E'

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G

G  i ah pp

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brow,

pp

0

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brow,

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pp

poco rit.

a tempo

poco rit.

pp

B B E BB BB ' ' calm, yet

pp

0



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? B

B B

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soft, so

calm, yet

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el - o - quent,

pp

calm, yet

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rit.

44

1 0 G

pp

a tempo

3

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G  

tints that glow,

ah

tints that glow,

ah

tints that glow,

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that win, the

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a tempo f

1 BB BB B G B 49

G BB BB BB BB -

f

f

low,

low,

' :: 1 ' G 54

ff

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ff

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low,

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low,

peace with all

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peace with all

3

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no

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heart whose love

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no

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a mind at peace with all

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I K B B B BB B B B B B B B

f

G BB BB BB BB i peace with all be

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peace with all be -

peace with all be

a tempo

3

B

B

BB

BB

BB

heart whose love

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BB

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63

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whose

G B  G B i 2

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To Know Zbigniew Preisner

Slow q = 60

SOLO VOICE

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=  5 5 5 5: 5 5 5 5

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Composed for the marriage of Tom Wiggall and Katie Emma Woodford, 24th July 2010

Love me sweet Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Tom Wiggall

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Tom Wiggall Love me sweet Love me sweet was composed for the occasion of the composer’s wedding in July 2010. The text consists of four verses taken from Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s ironic poem A Man’s Requirements which ends with the couplet, ‘I will love thee – half a year – As a man is able.’ This setting responds to the purer sentiments of the earlier verses, employing a lilting metre, a harmonic idiom and a piquant sprinkling of dissonance.

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For Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

In the bleak mid-winter Christina Rossetti

Richard Allain

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Gaudete! Gaudete! Christus est natus Ex Maria virgine: Gaudete!

Rejoice! Rejoice! Christ is born Of the Virgin Mary: Rejoice!

Tempus ad est gratiae Hoc quod optabamus; Carmina laetitiae Devote redamus.

The time of grace has come For which we have prayed: Let us devoutly Sing songs of joy.

LY E N C O N Ezechielis porta The closed gate of EzekielA E through; Clausa pertransitur; Has been passed M R Unde lux est orta, From where the light has risen, R Salus invenitur. [The O East] salvation is found. O C F SThereforeRlet our assembly Ergo nostra concio Psallat jam in lustro; praises now at this time of L Sing E Benedicat Domino: purification: P us bless the Lord: Salus regi nostro. SA N Let U I Greetings to the King. R E E P US E R N LI FO Performance N note: The verses can be sung by solo voices or a small group within each section. O OT N Deus homo factus est, Natura mirante; Mundus renovatus est A Christo regnante.

God is made man, While nature wonders; The world is renewed By Christ the King.

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The Holly And The Ivy Richard Rodney Bennett

Anon. Poco Allegro (q. = 120) SOPRANO

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play - ing of

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sing - ing in

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choir.

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5

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the

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as

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as

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Carol SATB NOV160295

In the bleak mid-winter SATB NOV050435

New Year Carol SATB NOV050325

Coventry Carol

On Christmas Day (to my heart)

SATB NOV050501

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A Farewell to Arms

Remember, O thou man

SATB and violoncello NOV952457; Violoncello part NOV952457-01

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LY E N C Sea-Change O AN Gloria, Gloria E The Shepherd’s Carol M R The Glory and the Dream O OR This DayC A Good-Night S RF L E Torches A I Saw Three Ships S NP U Verses I on Saint Cecilia’s Day R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT Novello Publishing Limited N SATB and tubular bells (ad lib.) NOV070490

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Commissioned by the Friends of All Saints’ Music, Northampton, for Lee Dunleavy and the Choirs of All Saints’ Church, Northampton, in memory of Miss Valerie Travis (1918-2008).

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N First performed by the Choirs of All Saints’ Church, Northampton, conducted by Lee Dunleavy on 19 December 2010.

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The Shepherd’s Carol Anon.

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New Year Carol SATB NOV050325

Coventry Carol

On Christmas Day (to my heart)

SATB NOV050501

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A Farewell to Arms

Remember, o thou man

SATB and violoncello NOV952457; Violoncello part NOV952457-01

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LY E N C Sea-Change O AN Gloria, Gloria E M This Day R The Glory and the Dream O OR TorchesC A Good-Night S RF L onESaint Cecilia’s Day Verses A The holly and the ivy S NP U I I Saw Three Ships R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT Novello Publishing Limited N SATB and tubular bells (ad lib.) NOV070490

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Novello New Chor al Series

Gr ayston Ives Susanni SATB/organ

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L E A S NP U I R E E S P U E R N LI FO N O OT N

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Gr ayston Ives Susanni The text of Susanni is a translation of Martin Luther’s hymn of 1535, Vom Himmel hoch. The music is based loosely upon the well-known chorale melody, which, at times, is quoted in full in both voices and organ. Except where indicated, singers should adopt a legato style, especially in the repeated quaver patterns. In the bars which appear to be in compound time, conductors should beat in crotchets.

LY E N C O AN E R RM OCollege, For eighteen years he directed the Choir of Magdalen Oxford. During his O C tenure the choir earned a Grammy nomination S forRa Fdisc of music by Orlando Gibbons, and gave the première of Paul McCartney’s L EEcce Cor Meum, written especially A andP conductor of church music was for them. In 2008 his work as a composer S recognised with the award of a Lambeth DMus and a Fellowship of the Royal School U IN of Church Music. R E E P US E R N LI FO N O OT N

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Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? SATB divisi

Angele Dei SATB divisi

There is no rose SAATB

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Jeremy Thurlow As Joseph was a-walking These words of this carol, full of colours and rich in symbolism, are from the Cherry Tree Carol, a popular folk carol telling a legend which goes back at least as far as the Coventry Mystery Plays. The piece received its first two performances on the same day, by Robinson College Choir and Clare College Choir, in Cambridge, and was later recorded by Robinson College Choir, conducted by Timothy Brown. The main tune should have an easy-going lilt, which turns into light, sprightly dancing for the refrain.

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Sacred

Christmas

JONATHAN BRIDCUT

K ATE JOHNSON

ANDREW CUSWORTH

Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? SATB divisi

Angele Dei SATB divisi

There is no rose SAATB

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THOMAS HYDE

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Jeremy Thurlow Of Noblest Cities Of Noblest Cities is intended for a choir of between 12 and about 40 voices, although it may also be given by just six singers, one to a part (SSATBB). The piece can be performed unaccompanied, if no suitable organ is available, simply by leaving approximately two crotchet beats of silence between the end of the last note of one verse and the beginning of the next. Underlying the melody is a simple rhythm –     – which is sometimes expanded or contracted (   or   ). In the first verse the position of the main beats in this rhythm is made clear by the barlines. In the remaining verses, however, the barlines are only there to help the singers to keep together, and for convenience in rehearsal: singers should observe their own strong beats, which fall in different places for each part, and not regard the barlines as indicating downbeats. A few of the strong beats which underlie individual parts and appear to be contradicted by the barlines are marked by the symbol / .

LY E N C O AN E R RM O O C S RF L ofEa Latin hymn by Prudentius, The words are a beautiful Victorian translation A P which meditates on the story of theSthree wise men. Each verse is set to the same N inspired by the wonderful sound of I melody, in an increasingly richU counterpoint R E Tudor choral polyphony. E P US Jeremy Thurlow isEa composer, writer and pianist. His music has been described R as ‘seductive,IN innovative, full of freshness’ by Henri Dutilleux. It has been O performedLby the F BBC Philharmonic, the Fitzwilliam String Quartet, Rolf N Hind, the BBC TSingers, Endymion, Carmen Elektra, Peter Sheppard Skaerved, O O and Sequitur (New York), among others. In 2007 he won the Matthew Schellhorn N George Butterworth Award for new composition. As a musicologist he writes on

French music in the twentieth century. His book on composer Henri Dutilleux is published in French by Millénaire III, and he has written and broadcast on the music of Messiaen and many other 20th-century composers, frequently appearing on Radio 3’s CD Review.

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Sacred

Christmas

JONATHAN BRIDCUT

K ATE JOHNSON

ANDREW CUSWORTH

Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? SATB divisi

Angele Dei SATB divisi

There is no rose SAATB

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TIMOTHY NOON

THOMAS HYDE

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ZACHARY WADSWORTH

GR AYSTON IVES

JOHN DUGGAN

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LY E N C Ave verum Sweet was the song O AN SATB divisi SATB Drop, drop, slow tears E SATB divisi R RM O O Susanni C F SATB/organ O saving victim Ave verum S R SATB divisi SATB L E A P Out of the south cometh La Ballade de S Lullay, my liking the whirlwindU Jésus Christ N Two-part/keyboard I SATB divisi/organ SATB R E or harp E P US Nunc autem manet Secular SAATB E R As Joseph was a-walking N I SATB divisi O L Invocation F divisi/trumpet N T SATB Ubi caritas et amor Of Noblest Cities SATB/organ O SSATBB/organ O N Evocation to a Friend NOV292105

JAMES DAV Y

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GR AHAM ROSS

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NOV293359

JEREMY THURLOW

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PHILLIP COOKE

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BRIAN EASDALE

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TIMOTHY NOON

THOMAS HYDE

As a lily among thorns SATB

HARRIET W YBOR

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Lully, Lullay SATB

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TOM WIGGALL

Love me sweet SATB NOV162415

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Harriet Wybor Lully, lullay Lully, Lullay was written at the request of Philip Reed, music director of the Bury St Edmunds Bach Choir, which gave the first performance on 17 December 2011 at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk. Inspired by the familiar medieval text of the Coventry Carol, it is sung a cappella and invokes the sense of a lullaby through its metre and lilting melody. The fragility and bittersweet tonality of the opening verse is reflected in the continuous interaction between the tonic and dominant keys and resolving dissonances. This develops into broader passages of increased range and dynamics during the second and third verses, where the melody is passed between the upper and lower voices, clearly invoking the poignancy of the text. The last verse returns to the original theme with subtle harmonic changes and a reflective final cadence.

LY E N C at Harriet Wybor was born in Leeds in 1986 and read music asO an undergraduate N Durham University, followed by an M.A. in composition with Martyn Harry and A E António Pinho Vargas. R RM O andOsecular contemporary Harriet’s main compositional interests are sacred C choral and chamber music, and the relationship betweenF music and time. Her work S R reflects a wide range of influences fromLrenaissance choral music and medieval E texts to 20th-century literature and art. Harriet has had works performed by the A P Northern Sinfonia (conducted by HS K Gruber), Psappha, the Allegri String Quartet, N U St John’s College Choir, Durham, the BuryISt Edmunds Bach Choir and the Fishburn R 2’s Listen Band – broadcast on BBC Radio E to the Band. E S After graduating from P Durham University, Harriet continued her studies at the U E University of Edinburgh, where she read for an LL.M. in innovation, technology and N ORpursued a career in music publishing where she works in the law. She hasI subsequently L F in her spare time. copyright and N composes O OT N Published by Novello Publishing Limited 14-15 Berners Street, London W1T 3LJ, UK.

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Lully, Lullay Robert Croo (c. 1534)

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NOVELLO NEW CHOR AL SERIES An inspiring selection of new works from a range of contemporary composers, the Novello New Choral Series offers pieces for all types of choirs, including sacred, secular and Christmas works from simple, four-part settings, to more expansive, yet accessible, repertoire in an exciting variety of styles. This collection is perfect for choirs looking to broaden their repertoire and explore some of the best new music around.

Sacred

Christmas

JONATHAN BRIDCUT

K ATE JOHNSON

ANDREW CUSWORTH

Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? SATB divisi

Angele Dei SATB divisi

There is no rose SAATB

NOV292248

NOV292116

TIMOTHY NOON

THOMAS HYDE

NOV292270

NOV292226

ZACHARY WADSWORTH

GR AYSTON IVES

JOHN DUGGAN

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LY E N C Ave verum Sweet was the song O AN SATB divisi SATB Drop, drop, slow tears E SATB divisi R RM O O Susanni C F SATB/organ O saving victim Ave verum S R SATB divisi SATB L E A P Out of the south cometh La Ballade de S Lullay, my liking the whirlwindU Jésus Christ N Two-part/organ I SATB divisi/organ SATB R E E P US Nunc autem manet Secular As Joseph was a-walking SAATB E R SATB divisi N I O L Invocation F noblest cities N T SATB divisi/trumpet OfSSATB/organ Ubi caritas et amor SATB/organ O O N Evocation to a Friend NOV292105

JAMES DAV Y

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NOV293315

GR AHAM ROSS

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NOV293359

NOV200849

JEREMY THURLOW

NOV292127

PHILLIP COOKE

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BRIAN EASDALE

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NOV293392

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HARRIET W YBOR

THOMAS HYDE

As a lily among thorns SATB

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Love me sweet SATB NOV162415

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