Volume 1- SATB Anthems by historical and living women composers

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22 SATB anthems for the Church year

Raphaella Aleotti – Angelus ad pastores ait
Rani Arbo – Crossing the Bar

Judith Bingham – The Pilgrimes Travels
Sulpitia Cesis -Stabat Mater
Fanny Hensel – Gebet in der Christnacht
Imogen Holst – A Hymne to Christ
Sarah MacDonald – Crux fidelis
Cecilia McDowall – The Lord is Good
Maria Peruchona – Cessate, tympana
Elizabeth Poston – Sing unto the Lord
Gail Randall – The Call
Louise Reichardt – Weihnachtslied (Christmas Carol)
Anna Semple – Drop down, ye heavens
Undine Smith Moore – We shall walk through the valley
Ethel Smyth – Komm, süßer Tod
Olivia Sparkhall – Dona nobis pacem
Greta Tomlins – Let all the world in every corner sing
Joanna Ward – Hail, O Queen
Judith Weir – Leaf from leaf Christ Knows
Janet Wheeler – Alleluia, I heard a voice
Helen Williams – Great is your faithfulness
Alison Willis – I sing of a maiden

 

A recording of the full volume will be made by The Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, directed by Sarah MacDonald, once Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted. We welcome sponsorship to support this recording. Follow @mulofvoy on Twitter for updates.

 

We are especially grateful to Sarah MacDonald, Director of the Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, (and Director of the Girls Choir at Ely Cathedral) for Selwyn College's wonderful support of our project. Volume 1 was launched on November 17th at Selwyn College, with a special service of Choral Evensong, and a concert and dinner. We are delighted to have developed this association with Selwyn College through Sarah's generous affirmation of our Anthology series; the complete Volume 1 will be recorded by her Choir in January 2021. Pictured are several of our composers including Gemma McGregor, Carol Jones, Kerensa Briggs, Janet Wheeler, Olivia Sparkhall, Alison Willis, Sarah MacDonald, Helen Williams and Gail Randall. 

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