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Chorus and Orchestra


The Brightness of this day - Christmas Hymn 

Henry Vaughan 


1922/23 (work later withdrawn)

Christmas 1923 York Minster Minster Choir conducted by Edward Bairstow


Two Motets for Chorus & Orchestra or Organ

1. Psalm 121 (Vaughan) 2. The Recovery ( Traherne)


1922/23 (work later withdrawn

10th March 1925 York Minster, York Musical Society conducted by Edward Bairstow


Requiem da Camera - for baritone, chorus & orchestra

1. August 1914 (John Masefield) 2. In time of the breaking of nations (Thomas Hardy)

3. Lament (W.W. Gibson)



f.p. 7th June 1990 Christ Church Spitalfields London. Stephen Varcoe, BBC Northern Singers, City of London Sinfonia conducted by Richard Hickox


Lo, the full, final sacrifice - Festival Anthem

Richard Crashaw



f.p. 12th September 1947 Three Choirís Festival, Gloucester London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gerald Finzi


God is gone up - choral anthem

Edward Taylor



f.p. 20th May 1952 St. Paulís Cathedral, London St. Paulís Cathedral Choir conducted by J. Dykes Bower


Intimations of Immortality - ode for tenor, chorus & orchestra

William Wordsworth



f.p. 5th September 1950 Three Choirs Festival Gloucester Eric Greene & London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hebert Sumsion.


For St Cecilia - for tenor, chorus & orchestra

Edmund Blunden



f.p. 22nd November 1947 Royal Albert Hall, London René Soames, the Luton Choral Society & BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult.


Let us now praise famous men - choral song




f.p. not known


Magnificat - for soloists, chorus and orchestra.

St Luke



f.p. 12th May 1956 Bromley, Bromley & Orpington Choir conducted by Audrey Langford


In Terra Pax- for soloists, chorus & orchestra

Robert Bridges & St. Luke 



 f.p. 27th February 1955 BBC Broadcast Myra Verney, Hervey Allan & the Goldsbrough Orchestra conducted by John Russell.


f.p. (with large chorus & full orchestra) 6th September 1956 Three Choirs Festival Gloucester Elsie Morison, Bruce Boyce & London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gerald Finzi.