Here's a small selection of choir pieces which are available to sing.
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All scores and songs are available to buy on an individual basis. Costings are flexible, and will reflect the size of your group, and what feels comfortable.
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SATB (with splits)
Adventure Us is a song about being an explorer, and staying open to new stories unfolding in the most familiar places. The vocal score is pretty straightforwards, with some nice clustery moments. The song finishes with a repeated chord pattern which the choir can improvise around.
Balloon Tree is a song about imagination. It creates a large texturual choral soundscape. The choir is split into two: the text is carried in the middle voice parts, while the higher and lower voices add atmosphere and colour through improvised patterns and sounds.
Flexible. 3 voices.
Fallen Feathers sings to the declining numbers in songbirds. It is a short and playful song, which was originally written in a school setting with some brilliantly passionate young nature lovers. There are three simple parts, and it can easily be tweaked to fit voices of different ranges.
Grapefruit was written for the ORA Singers. It is a song about bittersweetness, or rather sweetness prevailing in challenging times. It was written as a response to Dum Transisset Sabatum. This score has some challenging moments, and might be more suitable for confident groups.
He Sings The Sun
He Sings The Sun is a salute to the most virtuosic of our feathered friends: the nightingale. This simple miniature will be accessible to most groups. The main tune also works as a round, and I sometimes use it as a seasonal warmup song to welcome the arrival of Spring.
Meet Me Under The Duvet
SATB or SSATBB
Meet Me Under The Duvet is a winter song. It sings to the shortening of days, and holding others close for warmth. The arrangement is quite simple with lots of repetition, and should be accessible to most groups. It also works well with smaller ensembles, and there is room for solo voices too.
So Many Uses For Solitude
So Many Uses For Solitude was commissioned by the German Choir Of London. It responds to lockdown, and spending lots of time on our own. It isn't a sombre piece, but reflective and hopeful. The lyrics speak to nature and the joy of singing. The music includes playful patterns which reflect the call of a blackbird, alongside moments of lyrical stillness.