Volume 2 

Upper Voices Anthems

24 anthems from S to SSSSAA by historical and living women composers

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Contents

1. Amy Bebbington: I sing of a maiden (SSS/A)
 

2. Judith Bingham: Les Saintes Maries de la Mer (SSA (some divisi))

 

3. Lili Boulanger: Pie Jesu (S & organ)


4. Hilary Campbell: Our Endless Day (SSA & harp or piano)


5. Rebecca Clarke: Ave Maria (SAA)


6. Ninfea Cruttwell-Reade: Car auprès de toi (SSSSAA)


7. Carlotta Ferrari: Songs for Hildegard

ii. Nos sumus in mundo (SA)
iii. 
Quasi aurora (SA)


8. Angelina Figus: Hodie Christus natus est (SSA)


9. Joanna Forbes L’Estrange: Give us grace (SSA (& optional piano))


10. Bianca Maria Furgeri: Ego flos campi (SSA)


11. Margie Harrison: The Lord is my shepherd (SSSA (some divisi))


12. Hildegard von Bingen: O virtus Sapientie (S)


13. Carol J Jones: All shall be well (SSA & harp or piano)


14. Linda Kachelmeier: O vis eternitatis (SSS)


15. Caroline Lesemann-Elliott: Regina Caeli (SS & continuo)


16. Sarah MacDonald: O beata Trinitas (S (some divisi) & organ)


17. Gemma McGregor: Love was his meaning (SSA & harp)


18. Morfydd Owen: He prayeth best who loveth best (S & piano or organ)


19. Roxanna Panufnik: Ubi Caritas (SS & piano)


20. Julia Perry: How beautiful are the feet (S & piano or organ)


21. Elizabeth Poston: Te lucis ante terminum (S (& semi-chorus) A & harp or piano)


22. Clara Schumann: Let earth’s wide circle round (SSS)


23. Olivia Sparkhall: Lux Aeterna (SSSSSS & harp or piano)


24. Grace Williams: Psalm 150 (SS & organ) (Welsh or English)

 

This volume was published in association with the National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCOS)

 

Biographies of composers

 

NB some links to works will take you external websites. 

 

 I meant what I said on twitter about this being the most influential series since Carols for Choirs.  Every cathedral and major parish church in the land with a choir should have copies – and that’s just for starters.               Jonathan Manners, BBC Singers 

 

 We are thrilled that our volumes are used around the world! We are extremely grateful to David Drury, (conductor and oragnist), Brooke Shelley (soprano), Anna Sandström (soprano), Josie Ryan (soprano), Janine Harris (mezzo soprano) and Sam Allchurch (conductor and Director of Music at Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney,  Australia) for donating their time and skills to record some of the works from this volume. Their recordings are available to listen to here 

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