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Love is the Key -  SATB communion motet, words by Christina Rossetti.

Beloved -  eight-part unaccompanied anthem with tenor solo.

Great is Your Faithfulness -  Baritone solo, with organ and SATB, words from Lamentations 2 & 3, written for Passiontide.

Mary's Whys SATB with organ and descant, words by Sarah Lutton, written for Mothering Sunday but also suitable for Annunciation and Advent.

He Will Teach Us His Ways
- SATB with organ, S & B soli, words from Psalm 121 and Micah 4, for Remembrance.

How Can It Be? - Helen Williams, upper and lower voices, simple hymn anthem on a theme of calling.

St Martin's Vision - double SATB with optional tambour, words from St Matthew's gospel. For St Martin's days or a theme of charity.

The Windows - SATB with organ, a setting of a George Herbert poem on the spiritual qualities of stained glass.

Mellitus' Challenge - SATB with organ, mezzo-soprano and tenor soli. Words from Bede with vocalizations. Written for a baptism.

Light Shineth in Darkness - SATB with viola, words from John 1, Tyndale's translation.

Chantons Nolet - SATB divisi, optional tambourine. A modern setting of a traditional French Christmas carol about the visit of the shepherds.

Thus Far Did I Come - SATB, words by John Bunyan, for Passiontide.

Psalm Chants - SATB, written before and after the composer's marriage.
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