List of Compositions
|(Free organ accompaniment for 32 hymns, 22 with optional discounts.)|
|Austria in Eb|
|Hanover in G|
|Hyfrydol in F|
|Leoni E minor|
|Lobe den Herren in G|
|Wareham in Bb|
These arrangements are mostly for the final verse of some very well known hymns, to which optional descants are additionally available in many instances. To confirm with settings in various hymn books the music is available in alternative keys.
These arrangements are attractive, playable and singable, and not 'over the top'.
|Unison Verses 2 (C)||£12.00|
|Free Organ Accompaniments for 42 hymns, 34 with optional descants|
A further set of varied harmonisations in the same style as the composer’s first volume. This collection includes a last verse for that great hymn tune ‘For all the Saints’ written for the visit of the Pope to Canterbury Cathedral.
|Echoes and Reflections||£7.00|
Awakening - Water Reflecting - Caverns - High Crags
Peter was unhappy with the 4th movement of this suite and has now rewritten it (2009), and it now makes a much more effective conclusion.
|Tides of Summer||£8.00|
Five evocative and colourful pieces suitable for a recital but not too difficult.
This piece is published in our ‘International Recital Series’
|Thanks be to Thee||1 copy £3.00|
|(SATB and organ)||5+ each £2.00|
The famous "Prayer of St Richard of Chichester" in a moderately challenging but peaceful setting.
|Variations on ‘Innocence’||£5.00|
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are based on the short piece
originally written for an infant baptism.
They are interrupted by the Coventry Carol, first as a protest
against Herod’s appalling slaughter of the young children in
|Easter Hymn (Mascagni)||£5.00|
|Three Hymn Preludes (B/C)||£7.00|
|St Margaret - St Aelred - Maccabaeus|
These are gently dissonant but sensitive and sympathetic workings of familiar and favourite tunes.
Choir and Organ
Trumpet in 3 (B)
‘By grace of Purcell, Clarke and Stanley’ is the sub-title and this jaunty trumpet tune will make a splendid postlude for a celebratory service.
Last updated: 10 Sep 2011