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We have a limited print-run and half of the copies of this volume have already been ordered: don't miss out!
Read more about our efforts to address the underrepresentation of women's sacred music here: https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2018/25-may/news/uk/women-s-anthology-of-church-music-will-right-historical-wrongs-say-compilers
Creating our groundbreaking Anthology is an expensive business! We are inviting donations of any size, to help with the essential costs of this project.
We have no significant external funding and are reliant on donations to achieve our objects.
Donations of any size are welcome: a donation of £100 will see your name, or your organisation's name, or that of a loved one, included within all three volumes of our Anthology.
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Does your church, college or cathedral support gender-equality? If so, please draw their attention to our website!
Judith Weir CBE, British composer and the first female Master of the Queen's Music, whose work 'Leaf by Leaf Christ Knows' is included within Volume 1 of our anthology - SATB Anthems - with Louise Stewart, Director of Multitude of Voyces CIC.
Women's Sacred Music is hugely underrepresented within the Anglican liturgy.
Multitude of Voyces C.I.C. has been supporting women's sacred music compositions for several years and our anthology includes several commissions as well as selected historical works, recommended works by established composers and submissions by emerging composers.
Our project has the blessing and direct support and involvement of several high-profile composers including Judith Bingham, Judith Weir, Cecilia McDowall and
Joanna Forbes L'Estrange.
Each volume spans several centuries of women's sacred music composition and each includes established historical and living composers from several countries, and emerging young composers including Joanna Ward and Alison Willis.
Churches, choirs, colleges, cathedrals and individuals are encouraged to demonstrate their support of this inclusive project.
Thank you for your support!