Longer pieces for special occasions. Unless marked otherwise these are vocal scores for voice parts and piano reduction.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Ludwig van Beethoven

Hector Berlioz

Arthur Bliss

Johannes Brahms

Benjamin Britten

Andrew Carter

Aaron Copland
  • In the Beginning - mezzo-soprano, SATB choir, based on the first chapter of Genesis

Maurice Durufle
  • Requiem - main challenger to Faure in the French romantic requiem stakes

Anton Dvorak

Edward Elgar

Gabriel Faure

Gerald Finzi

George Frederick Handel

Haydn

Herbert Howells

Gabriel Jackson
  • Requiem - Unaccompanied SATB with divisi


Karl Jenkins
  • Requiem - increasingly popular and powerful piece

Morten Lauridsen

Kenneth Leighton

Andrew Lloyd Webber

James MacMillan
  • Seven Last Words from the Cross - SATB and piano. Cantata follows Christ’s final utterances at the Crucifixion, meditating on each to form a dramatic and emotional sequence.

J. H. Maunder
  • Bethlehem - Sacred cantata by the composer of Olivet to Calvery
  • Olivet to Calvery - the other ‘great’ high Victorian oratorio. Not quite the Crucifixion, but still...
Mendelssohn

Mozart

Pergolesi

Francis Poulenc

John Rutter
  • Gloria
  • Mass of the Children - premiered in 2003, for Sop & Baritone solo, children's choir, adult's choir and orchestra (this is the vocal score)
  • Mass of the Children - premiered in 2003, for Sop & Baritone solo, children's choir, adult's choir and orchestra (this is the children's choir part only)
  • Psalmfest - nine movement work for soprano and tenor solists and SATB
  • Requiem
  • Te Deum

John Stainer

Igor Stravinsky
  • Symphony of Psalms - Stravinsky's superb choral work. Easier than much of his heavy duty music, yet very powerful

Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Guiseppe Verdi

Antonio Vivaldi
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