This dancey song, written in celebration of the birth of Rachel Claringbull, can be sung as a Round, perhaps with the accompaniment of a tambour.
Created in 2013 for the funeral of a friend, Maureen, this piece derives from one I made in 1973 for a Nativity presentation at Lee Abbey ‘A Song for Simeon and Anna’. The words here set for ‘her’ can be Read More …
This hymn anthem commemorates the sermon preached by Bishop John Perry at the Institution of Reverend Eileen Wetherell as Vicar of Calmore near Southampton.
This simple Christmas hymn can be accompanied by soft rolling drums in addition to the written music. COMMENTARY
This worship-song concluded my ‘oratorio’ WRESTLING WITH CHRIST, presented at Christmas 1974 by members of the Lee Abbey Community.
In 2018 there was a search for a hymn to be sung at the national commemoration of the centenary of the end of the 1914-18 war. This was my submission. Judge of all peoples
To help in preparation for the Lambeth Conference of 2008, hymns were asked for. The context of the conference was extremely painful, and there were fears that the Anglican Communion might break apart. This hymn was my submission. To shape the text, Read More …
Parts of this setting were first sung during a conference at Old Alresford PLACE near Winchester, where in 1876 Mary SUMNER founded what became the world-wide Mothers’ Union.