A setting of three poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley, for tenor solo, chorus and string orchestra
A setting of 'forced rhyme' epitaphs for baritone and piano.
Setting of 'forced rhyme' epitaphs for soprano and piano.
solo Counter tenor piece
'The Fragrance of Your Hair' for violin and piano.
'The Fragrance of Your Hair' for oboe and strings.
This song is for mezzo-soprano, clarinet and piano and is a setting of words that are both beautiful and powerful. They tell of how we may obtain divine wisdom.
These three songs are for mezzo-soprano, baritone and piano, although the two voices only appear in duet in the last song. The songs are short, matching the brevity of the words.
The song ’Effects of Terror’ uses words by the composer that address terrorist organisations. It ends with hope of peace. It is for contralto, viola and piano.
Setting for soprano and piano of 'To His Coy Mistress', the metaphysical poem by the 17th century poet Andrew Marvell
Elizabeth Barrett Browning's inspiring poem set by Robert Hugill
Setting for alto and piano of 'To His Coy Mistress', the metaphysical poem by the 17th century poet Andrew Marvell
Song setting of a collection of Limericks by Edward Lear
Song setting for two voices and piano of a collection of Limericks by Edward lear
A setting of a poem by Stephen Spender for High Voice, French Horn and Piano
A concert setting of a liturgical prayer
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