Love is the Key
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Love is the Key - Helen Williams SATB communion motet, words by Christina Rossetti.
Beloved - Helen Williams. Eight-part unaccompanied anthem with tenor solo.
Great is Your Faithfulness - Helen Williams. Baritone solo, with organ and SATB, words from Lamentations 2 & 3, written for Passiontide. Available as part of Volume 1 of Anthology of Sacred Music by Women Composers. Please contact Multitude of Voyces in the first instance.
Mary's Whys - Helen Williams. SATB with organ and descant, words by Sarah Lutton, music by Helen Williams, written for Mothering Sunday.
Chantons Nolet - Helen Williams, SATB divisi, optional tambourine. A modern setting of a traditional French Christmas carol about the visit of the shepherds.
He Will Teach Us His Ways - Helen Williams. SATB with organ, S & B soli, words from Psalm 121 and Micah 4, for Remembrance or teaching services.
Mellitus' Challenge - Helen Williams. SATB with organ, mezzo-soprano and tenor soli. Words from Bede with vocalizations. Written for a baptism.
Light Shineth in Darkness - Helen Williams. SATB with viola, words from John 1, Tyndale's translation.
How Can It Be? - Helen Williams. Upper and lower voices, simple hymn anthem on a theme of calling.
Thus Far Did I Come - Helen Williams SATB, words by John Bunyan, for Passiontide.
St Martin's Vision - Helen Williams double SATB, words from Matthew's gospel, for themes of charity or St Martin's day.
The Windows - Helen Williams SATB with organ, setting a poem by George Herbert.
Psalm Chants - Helen Williams SATB, written before and after marriage.
Vitis Vera (the True Vine) - Nigel Williams SATB communion motet, words from the Vulgate, John 15.
Shouting in the Wilderness - Nigel Williams 3-part women's or men's voices, on the theme of John the Baptist.
Ut Queant Laxis - Nigel Williams SSATBB arrangement (mostly unison or 4-part) and translation of the Hymn to John the Baptist by Paul the Deacon.
Epsom Evening Service - Nigel Williams SATB, some divisi, with organ, S & A soli, Book of Common Prayer canticles. Nunc Dimittis also available arranged for soprano and alto soli and organ or piano accompaniment.
Responses - Nigel Williams ATB, harmonized version of the Book of Common Prayer responses for Morning and Evening Prayer, in which basses sing the traditional plainsong.
Palm Sunday Troparion - Nigel Williams SATB plus some bass octaves. An elaborate setting of a traditional Slavonic chant to mark the Raising of Lazarus and Palm Sunday.
For Pentecost - Nigel Williams SATB with organ, words from Joel as quoted in Acts.
Baptism Song - Nigel Williams Unison. A simple, catchy tune to words about the baptism service.
Descants - Nigel Williams. Arrangements of Aberystwyth (Jesu, lover of my soul), Calon Lan, Third Mode Melody (the original Tallis harmonization plus a descant) for the words "How Shall I Sing that Majesty?", and Lux Benigna for "Lead, Kindly Light."
Ein Feste Burg arr. Nigel Williams, trumpet and organ, arranged as our wedding voluntary,
from a movement by Johann Philipp Krieger (after Martin Luther) in Capella Score Library. Also available for solo organ.
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