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Works by Composer PARRY

/ Was Glad When They Said Unto Me. Evening Service in D (“The Great“). Songs of Farewell. Hear My Words, Ye People. Jerusalem

Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor 

/ was glad

Salisbury Cathedral Choir 
Martin Neary 

0 Mistress Mine

Janet Baker 

1-3, 6; Set VII: Nos. 1, 3-5, 6; Set VIII: Nos. 2, 4; Set XI: Nos. 2-5, 8

Steven Varcoe 

12 Short Pieces. Fantasie Sonata in B

Erich Gruenberg 

3 Songs, op 12 English Lyrics, Set II: Nos. 2-3; Set III: Nos. 1-5; Set IV: Nos. 1, 4; Set V: Nos. 2, 4; Set VI: Nos

Steven Varcoe 

An English Suite

William Boughton 
William Boughton 

Anglican Chant Psalms by

Gerre Hancock 

Armida’s Garden; My heart is like a singing bird

Lynne Dawson 
Lynne Dawson 

Blest Pair of Sirens. I Was Glad

Richard Hickox
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Choral Fantasia on an Old English Tune

Donald Hunt 

Chorale Prelude on Melcombe

Michael Nichols 

Concerto in F& for Piano and Orchestra

Piers Lane 
Piers Lane 

Crossing the Bar

John Scott 

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind

Kilmarnock Concert Brass 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind

Malcolm Archer 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind. O praise ye the Lord

Worcester Cathedral Choir 

Fantasia and Fugue In

Jennifer Bate 

Fantasia and Fugue in G

Jennifer Bate 
Frederick Swann 
Jane Parker-Smith
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Jane Parker-Smith 

Fantasia and Fugue in G. Elegy. Five Choral Preludes

Graham Matthews 

From Death to Life

William Boughton 

Guenever: Guenever’s Solilquy

Susan Gritton 

Hear My Words, Ye Peopfe

Dara Carroll 

Hear my words, ye people

John Scott 

Hymns by

Brian Jones 
Barry Rose 

Hypatia: 3 selections

John Wilson 
John Wilson 
John Wilson 

I Know My Soul Hath Power. Never Weather-Beaten Sail

Alastair Reid 

I Was G/ad

Richard Armstrong 

I Was Glad

Royal Naval College Chapel Choir 

I Was Glad**

Barry Rose 

I Was Glad. Samuel Sebastian

John Scott 

I was glad (orch. Gordon Jacob); Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land; Blest pair of sirens; Jerusalem (orch. Elgar)

David Hill 

I was glad when they said unto me. Magnificat. Nunc dimittis. Songs of Farewell. Hear my words, ye people

Christoper Stokes 

I was glad. Jerusalem

Richard Marlow 

J Was Glad. Jerusalem

Royal Choral Society 

Jerusalem

Massed English Male Choirs 
BBC Ch 
Malcolm Sargent 
Paul Robeson 
Roger Norrington 
Christoper Stokes 

Jerusalem (arr. Elgar). / Was Glad (arr Jacob)

Bruce Pullan 

Jerusalem'

Royal Choral Society 

Jerusalem. Crabbed Age and Youth

Elizabeth Ritchie 

Jerusalem. I was glad when they said unto me

Paul Daniel 

Job: An Oratorio

Hilary Davan Wetton 
Hilary Davan Wetton 

Judith: Dear Lord and Father; I was glad

James Savage 

Judith: Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land

Christoper Stokes 

Lady Radnor's Suite

English Str O 
William Boughton 

Lady Randor's Fan: Slow Minute

William Boughton 

Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land. Never weather-beaten saile

Loren W. Pontén 

Lord, let me know mine end

John Scott 

Love Is a Bable

Kathleen Ferner 
Linda Finnie 

Magnificat

Neemi Järvi 

Music by

Choir & instrumentalists from the Royal College of Music 
David Willcocks 
William Neil 
Scott Farrell 
Colm Carey 

Music of

Hilliard Ens 
Choir of Ely Cathedral 
David Willcocks 
Richard Marlow 
Frederick Burgomaster 
Loren Pontén 
Harry Christophers 
William McKie 
Colm Carey 

My heart is like a singing bird. The maiden. To blossoms. Armida's garden. From a city window. A fairy town

Sarah Leonard 

My soul, there is a country

Richard Seal 
John Scott 
John Harper 

Myfanwy

Rhos Male Voice Choir
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Never weatherbeaten sail

John Scott 

Nonet

Capricorn Ens 

Nonet in B♭

Capricorn 

O Mistress Mine. My Heart Is like a Singing Bird. Under the Greenwood Tree. Good-Night

Felicity Lott 

O Mistress Mine. Willow, Willow, Willow

Sarah Walker 

Ode on the Nativity

David Willcocks 

Ode on the Nativity, for soprano solo, chorus, and orchestra

Teresa Cahill 

Overture to an Unwritten Tragedy

David Lloyd-Jones 
David Lloyd-Jones 

Overture to an Unwritten Tragedy. Symphony No. 2 in F (“Cambridge“). Symphonic Variations

Andrew Penny 

Popular British Tunes: The Flowers of Edinburgh

Anthony Goldstone 

Six Songs of Farewell: At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners

Simon Carrington 

Songs

Steven Varcoe 

Songs and arias by

Kirsten Flagstad
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Songs by

Graham Trew 
Bryn Terfel 
Stuart Burrows 

Songs of Farewell

Anne Heider 
David Rowland 

Songs of Farewell: My Soul, There Is a Country. Jerusalem (arr. Hazell). I Was Glad (arr. Hazell)

Choir of Canterbury Cathedral 

String Quartet No. 3 in G. String Quintet in E♭

Bridge Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Bridge Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 1

William Boughton 

Symphony No. 2. Symphonic Variations

Bamert
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 3 in C (“The English“). Concertstück for Orchestra

Luxembourg RO 

Te Deum. England. Birds of Aristophanes. Jerusalem. Glories of Our Blood and State

Neemi Järvi 

The Chivalry of the Sea

David Lloyd-Jones 

The North Wind. The Soldier’s Tent

Christopher Maltman 

The Old 104th. Christe Redemptor. Croft's 136th

Arthur Wills 

There

John McCormack 

There is an old belief

Timothy Brown 

Three Aspects

John McCormack 

Three Aspects, op. 176, no. 1. There, op. 176, no. 7

John McCormack 

Three Choral Fantasias

Graham Barber 

Violin Sonata

Erich Gruenberg 

Who can dwell with greatness!

Aidan Oliver 

Works by

Hager
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Works of

Choir of State. Paul’s Cathedral
(FEATURE ARTICLE)