Music for worship

Some of these pieces were written for church services and could be used by congregations. Others would be more suitable for soloists or choirs. See also Music for organ.

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis

Settings in English of the standard, traditional texts for voice(s), piano and obbligato (variable).

Easter wings

George Herbert’s text set for solo voice and organ.


A setting of “Three in one” in a traditional (i.e.old-fashioned) manner suitable for a choir or, after a bit of practice, a congregation.

Angels eyes-angels guifts-angels blisse

A communion anthem for a choir of some ability with short, isolated solo passages. The words are taken from a poem by St Robert Southwell.

A spark of your creative heart

A new hymn for congregational use on the theme of creativity with words by my daughter!

Plenteous redemption

Psalm 130 (Book of Common Prayer) set for unison choir or congregation with organ accompaniment.


Original compositions

  Music for organ

  Music for Christmas

  Songs (solo voice)

  Songs (choral)

  Instrumental music



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O worship the King

Hardly an original composition, more of an arrangement (for unison voices, organ and alto sax obbligato) but it might be useful somehow, sometime, somewhere…

Psalm 139

A metrical form of the psalm from The Scottish Psalter of 1650. For voices and organ it is flexible and could be presented in a number of formats.

While shepherds watched their flocks by night

The familiar hymn-words set to a melody derived from the material of Psalm 139 above. This is a Common Metre (CM) tune so could be used for many hymns.

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