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Chorus and Keyboard


The Brightness of this day - Christmas Hymn

Henry Vaughan


c1922/23 (later withdrawn)

f.p. not known but see works for Chorus and Orchestra


Two Motets for chorus and orchestra or organ

Thomas Traherne 1.Psalm 121 2.The Recovery


c1922/23 (later withdrawn)

f.p. not known but see works for Chorus and Orchestra


Childrens' Songs for voice and piano

Christina Rossetti 1.The Lily has a smooth stalk 2.Dancing on the Hill Tops 3.Lullaby, oh lullaby 4.Rosy Maiden Winifred 5.Dead in the Cold 6.Margaret has a milking-pail 7.Ferry me across the water 8.There's snow on the fields 9.A linnet in a golden cage 10.Boy Johnny



f.p. not known


Lo, the full, final sacrifice - Festival Anthem

Richard Crashaw



f.p. 21st September 1946 Church of St Matthew, Northampton conducted by Alec Wyton

This work was commissioned by the Rev. Walter Hussey for the choir of St Matthew’s Church Northampton.


My lovely one - choral anthem

Edward Taylor



f.p. not known


God is gone up - choral anthem

Edward Taylor



f.p. 22nd November 1951 St Sepulchre’s, Holborn Viaduct, London. Choristers from the Chapel Royal, St Paul’s, and Canterbury Cathedrals and Westminster Abbey. Conducted by J. Dykes Bower.


Welcome Sweet and Sacred Feast

Henry Vaughan



f.p. 11th October 1953 BBC Evensong St Martin’s in the Fields with the BBC Singers and George Thalben Ball, organ.

This work was commissioned by the BBC Religious Broadcasting Department.


Muses and Graces School Song

Ursula Wood



f.p. 10th June 1950 Overstone School, Northamtonshire.



Let us now praise famous men - choral song




f.p. not known


Magnificat - for soloists, chorus and organ.

St Luke



f.p  12th December 1952 Northampton, Massachusetts. The All-Smith Choir and Amherst Glee Club conducted by Iva Dee Hiatt.


f.p. (British) 29th May 1953 Wigmore Hall, London Orpington and Bromley Choir conducted by Audrey Langford.