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An effective and quite charming arrangement of the famous French nativity carol. This arrangement has proved to be very popular with choirs and audiences alike.
Arranged for unaccompanied SATB by Victoria Larley.
A simple arrangement of the timeless classic, aimed at ensemble groups in schools. From the Concerto in F Minor, known as 'Winter'. Arranged by Victoria Larley.
To help make this piece accessible to schools where there might not be an oboeist available, the oboe part has been provided transposed for a clarinet in Bb. It can also be played on a flute.
This is a tranquil setting for ladies' voices of a familiar prayer by St Richard, Bishop of Chichester.
This mass was composed for the choir and congregation of St Paul's Church in Chichester. The mass is suitable for Lent or Advent as it does not have a Gloria. The congregational singing range is comfortable and can be easily learnt, and the organ accompaniment is not taxing, and can be played on a piano or keyboard if necessary.
The Chantry Folksongs were commissioned by Chantry Quire of Chichester as part of their 10th anniversary celebrations.
Four composers were asked to choose a folksong from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and to arrange it for
unaccompanied SATB. Two of the composers followed the brief.
The folksongs are The Braes O' Balquhidder from Scotland, arranged by Neil Sands, He Gives His Beloved Certain Rhymes, an Irish text by WB Yeats set by Patrick Larley, Suo Gân, a Welsh folksong arranged by Victoria Larley, and The Keel Row, from England, arranged by James Webb with a piano accompaniment.
The set of contrasting folksongs was first sung by Chantry Quire in 2010.
Dormi Jesu was composed for Chantry Quire's performance in Chichester Cathedral on 5th December 2010. The words were attractive, with Mary singing to Jesus about the need for sleep, for her sake as well as his - a human sentiment surely shared by every mother in the 2,000 years since. It appealed as a carol because of the simplistic nature of the text.
For the Fallen was originally written as a unison anthem for the Junior Choir of Prebendal School, Chichester. It was first performed in Chichester Cathedral in November 2011, with piano accompaniment. This has been simply arranged for SATB choirs and is a setting of Laurence Binyon's famous text. The final "we will remember them" is meant to remind the listener of a fragment of The Last Post.