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Originals


The choir in the rain (TTBarB)


The Park on Sunday

    Men’s voices       video

    Mixed choir


The Swan (based on “Sonnet” by Mallarmé)            Video

   (four altos a-cappella)



Voyelles by Rimbaud men’s voices version                Video     

   (2 alto solos and male voice backing group)



Whimsy - the 2 cats (for men’s voices)                     Video     

  (2 altos, tenor, baritone, bass)



Wine and Water for three male voices (ATB)                          Video  

  

Wine and water for three male voices or male voice choir (TBarB)


The cloned sheep song for men’s voices (ATTB)               Video

   (alto, 2 tenors, bass)


Der Klonschafgesang for men’s voices (ATTB)                  Video

   (alto, 2 tenors, bass)




The Choir in the rain                                                Video     

  (ATTB or SATB)



Saturnalia Song                                                       Video     

  (voices, percussion, wind, brass)



Silent Gnat (a parody on Silent Night) for male voice choir (ATTB)                                                                                                            Video     

Silent Gnat (a parody on Silent Night) for male voice choir TTBarB


Past 2 o’clock for male voice choir (TTBarB) (in C)


Past 2 o’clock for male voice choir (TTBarB) (in D)



The 12 days of Christmas - a conductor’s nightmare                                               Video     

  (ATBarB)


 

A Madrigal of Naivety                           Video     

  (AATB or SATB)


Order of the Day                                                     Video     

   (male voice or low mixed choir - AATB)



Past two o'clock  (Men’s Voices - ATBarB)    video


Past Two o’clock (mixed choir - SATB)




Rupert The Chocolate Angel

   (An antidote to Rudolph the red nosed reindeer)

  (Unison choir with jazz ensemble)



The Elves (after Leconte de Lisle)                           Video     

  (alto/baritone solos, A/T chorus, A/T recorders, guitar, cello(s))



It was a lover and his lass - a modern madrigal for

men's voices (TTBarB)


It was a lover and his lass - a modern madrigal for

higher men’s voices (ATTB)         Video     


Les Eléphants (The Elephants)                                 Video     

(poem by Leconte de Lisle)

  (spoken voice (or choir or solo voice), clarinet, flute and string quartet)



Arrangements


Silent Gnat (a parody on Silent Night) for male voice choir (ATBarB)                                                                                                            Video     


Silent Gnat (a parody on Silent Night) for male voice choir TTBarB


The Ballad of Green Broom (men’s voices)

   (tenor, baritone and bass - D major version)


The Ballad of Green Broom (men’s voices)

   (tenor, baritone and bass - B major version)



Bring us in good ale                                             Video     

   (SSAB or AATB singing group)

   (Based on a mediaeval drinking song)


Bring us in good ale for male voice choir (TTBarB)


Nora Lee                                                                 Video     

   (small singing group or choir:

   Men’s voices AATBB

   or  mixed: SATBarB)




The Ballad of Green Broom (B major version)                       

  (men's choir (tenor, baritone, bass)



The Ballad of Green Broom (D major version)                       

  (men's choir (tenor, baritone, bass)



The Bell Ringing for Men's voices in F

   (ATTBarBB)



The Bell Ringing Men's voices in G

   (AATBarBB)



The keeper did a hunting go (ATB)                        Video    

   (men’s voices - alto, tenor, bass)


The keeper did a hunting go (AAB)                       Video   

    (mixed voices: alto, alto or mezzo, bass)



The Stripper                                                           Video     

(based on “Their aid I thus disclaim” from Gilbert and Sullivan’s Princess Ida)

  (alto, piano and excitable men's chorus)

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