Sacred choral works

‘A Hymne to Christ’ by Imogen Holst (2022)
‘Abendlied’ by Rheinberger (2017, 2019)
‘Alleluia, I heard a voice’ by Janet Wheeler (2022)
‘Alleluya psallat’ by Peter Aston (Portsmouth Competition 2017)
‘Angelus ad pastores ait’ by Aleotti (2022)
‘Ave Maria’ by Bruckner (2015, 2022)
‘Ave verum Corpus’ by Mozart (2015)
‘Beati quorum via’ by Stanford (2015, 2017, 2022)
‘Beati quorum via’ by Janet Wheeler (2022)
‘Beatus vir’ by Monteverdi (2017)
‘Bogoroditsye dyevo’ from The All-Night Vigil by Rachmaninov (2016, 2022)
‘Bring us, O Lord God’ by Harris (Manchester Music Festival 2016, 2022, 2023)
‘Cantate domino’ by Monteverdi (2022)
‘Cantique de Jean Racine’ by Faure (2017)
‘Christus factus est’ by Bruckner (2022)
‘Coelos ascendit hodie’ by Stanford (2017)
‘Come ye sons of art’ by Purcell (2015)
‘Crucifixus’ by Antonio Lotti (Haslemere Music Festival 2017)
‘Crux fidelis’ by Sarah MacDonald (2022)
‘Exsultate justi’ by Viadana (Portsmouth Music Festival 2017 and Haslemere Music Festival 2017, 2022)
‘Factum est silentium’ by Richard Dering (2022)
‘Faire is the heaven’ by Harris (2023)
‘For unto us a child is born’ from Messiah by Handel (Guildford 2017)
‘Funeral sentences’ by Purcell (2015)
‘Haec dies’ by Byrd (Manchester Music Festival 2016)
‘Hear my prayer, O Lord’ by Purcell (2015)
‘Hosanna to the Son of David’ by Weelkes (2020)
‘Hymn to St. Cecilia’ by Britten (2023)
‘I was glad when they said unto me’ by Purcell (2015)
‘If ye love me’ by Tallis (2013)
‘Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei’ by Purcell (2015)
‘Justorum animae’ Stanford (2017)
‘Panis angelicus’ by Franck (2016, 2022)
Rejoice in the lamb by Britten (2016)
‘Rejoice in the Lord alway’ by Purcell (2015)
‘Richte mich Gott!’ by Mendelssohn (Portsmouth Music Festival 2017, 2022)
‘Sicut cervus’ by Palestrina (2016)

Secular choral works

‘As torrents in summer’ by Elgar (2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, recorded)
‘Calme des nuits’ by Saint-Saëns (2019, 2022)
Chansons françaises: ‘Margoton’ and ‘Pilons l’orge’ by Poulenc (2022)
‘Come live with me’ by Bennett (2014)
‘Dashing away with the smoothing iron’ arr. John Rutter (2014)
Five American folksongs by Daryl Runswick (2016, 2017)
Five English folksongs arr. Vaughan Williams (2015, 2016, 2019)
‘Il est bel et bon’ by Pierre Passereau (2022)
‘La la la, je ne l’ose dire’ by Pierre Certon (2022)
‘Lay a garland’ by Pearsall (2015)
‘Les fleurs et les arbres’ by Saint-Saëns (2019, 2022)
‘Music, when soft voices die’ by Frank Bridge (2020)
‘My delight and thy delight’ by Parry (2023)
Seven poems of Robert Bridges by Finzi (2017, 2019, 2023)
‘Since thou, O fondest’ by Parry (2023)
‘The bluebird’ by Stanford (2015, 2018, 2019)
‘The evening primrose’ by Britten (2019)
‘The hills’ by John Ireland (2020)
‘The long day closes’ by Sullivan (2016, 2017)
‘The turtle dove’ by Vaughan Williams (2013)
‘Tourdion’ by Pierre Attaingnant (2022)
Trois chansons de Charles d’Orléans: ‘Dieu, qu’il la fait bon regarder’ and ‘Quant j’ai ouy le tabourin’ by Debussy (2022)
Trois chansons: ‘Nicolette’ and ‘Trois beaux oiseaux’ by Ravel (2022)

Contemporary

‘At set of sun’ by Alison Willis (2022)
‘Ave verum corpus’ by Clive Osgood (2018)
‘A boy and a girl’ by Eric Whitacre (2018)
‘Ballade to the moon’ by Daniel Elder (2019)
‘Come my way’ by Clive Osgood (2018)
‘Come roving sailor’ by Amy Bebbington (2019)
‘Dare to dream’ by Chris O’Hara (2022)
A fancy of folksongs by Cecilia McDowall (2016, 2019)
‘Fell’ by David Lancaster (2023)
Five childhood lyrics by John Rutter (2016, 2023)
‘Flower of beauty’ by John Clements (2019)
Four madrigals on rose texts by Paul Mealor (2019)
Fragments from his dish by Bob Chilcott (2016, 2017)
‘Harlequin’ by Janet Wheeler (2018)
‘High flight’ by Ian Assersohn (2023)
‘Leonardo dreams of his flying machine’ by Eric Whitacre (2023)
Les chansons des roses: ‘Dirait-on’ by Morten Lauridsen (2019, 2022)
‘Let my love be heard’ by Jake Runestad (2022)
‘Light through the leaves’ by Chris Pearce (2022)
‘Northern lights’ by Ola Gjeilo (2018)
‘O my luve’s like a red, red rose’ by René Clausen (2019)
‘O nata lux’ by Edmund Joliffe (2022)
‘Only in sleep’ by Ēriks Ešenvalds (2018)
On Windover Hill: A New Sussex Cantata by Nathan James (2020)
‘Set me as a seal’ by Richard Nance (2023)
Singing by numbers by Bob Chilcott (2017)
‘Sleep’ by Eric Whitacre (2017, 2018, 2019)
‘Song’ by Bob Chilcott (2023)
Songs and sonnets by George Shearing (2015, 2017, 2019, recorded)
Stargazer: ‘Stand and stare’ by Alec Roth (2019)
‘Sure on this shining night’ by Morten Lauridsen (2019)
Sweet and sour nursery rhymes by Libby Larsen (2023)
‘Tequila samba’ by Guy Turner (2014, 2017)
‘The cuckoo’ by Amy Bebbington (2019)
‘The fruit of silence’ by Pēteris Vasks (2022)
‘The lark in the clear air’ by Andrew Carter (2019)
‘The lily and the rose’ by Chilcott (2019)
‘The music of stillness’ by Elaine Hagenberg (2022)
‘The rose’ by Ola Gjeilo (2019)
‘This marriage’ by Eric Whitacre (2013, 2018)
Time becomes a song by Janet Wheeler (2018)
‘Viva la musica’ by Ivan Erod (2016, 2017)
Verses from Panthea by Ian Assersohn (2018)
‘We cannot stop singing’ by Ian Assersohn (2022)
‘We’ll play our part’ by Paul Ayres (2022)
‘Welcome to the choir’ by Chris Lawry (2014)
‘Where are my unnumbered days?’ by Chris Hutchings (2019)
Three flower songs: ‘With a lily in your hand’ by Eric Whitacre (2019)

Gospel/spirituals

‘Ain’t judgin’ no man’ by Greg Gilpin (2013)
‘Deep River’ trad. arr. Moses Hogan (2017)
‘Five Negro Spirituals’ from A child of our time by Michael Tippett (2014)
‘I’m gonna sing ’til the Spirit moves in my heart’ by Moses Hogan (2013)

Light arrangements

‘A tribute to Queen’ arr. Mark Brymer (2023)
‘Africa’ by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro arr. Roger Emerson (2023)
‘Ain’t misbehavin’ by ‘Fats’ Waller (arr. Gritton) (2017)
‘Ain’t no mountain high enough’ by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson arr. Roger Emerson (2023)
‘And so it goes’ by Billy Joel, arr. Bob Chilcott (2018)
‘Autumn leaves’ by Kosma, arr. Andrew Carter (2014, 2017, 2018)
Beatles for choirs, a Beatles medley arr. Alan Simmons (2016)
‘Blue moon’ by Rodgers and Hart (2016, recorded)
‘Can’t buy me love’ by Lennon/McCartney, arr. Keith Abbs (2018)
‘Country gardens’ arr. Peter Gritton (2019)
‘Every time we say goodbye’ by Cole Porter, arr. Alan Simmons (2015)
‘Frankie and Johnny’ adapted by Robert De Cormier (2014)
‘Hard to say I’m sorry’ by Chicago‘s Peter Cetera (2013)
‘Here, there and everywhere’ by Lennon/McCartney, arr. J. Wikeley (2018)
‘I got rhythm’ by Gershwin, arr. Christopher Clapham (2014, 2015)
‘I’m gonna be (500 miles)’ by The Proclaimers, arr. Vicky Burrett (2018)
‘I will’ by The Beatles, arr. Alan Simmons (2016)
‘Let’s do it’ by Porter arr. David Blackwell (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
‘Mr Blue Sky’ by Jeff Lynne arr. “BDRW” (2023)
‘Over the rainbow’ by Arlen and Harburg (2014, 2016, 2018, recorded)
‘Rainy days and Mondays’ by The Carpenters (2017)
”s wonderful’ by Gershwin (2017)
‘Shine’ by Take That arr. R. Salt (2023)
Singing by numbers by Bob Chilcott (2017)
‘Slow train to Cranleigh’, by Flanders/Swann, arranged/reworded by Tom Lydon (2018)
‘Summertime’ from Porgy and Bess, by Gershwin (2017, 2018, 2019)
‘Supermarket flowers’ by Ed Sheeran, arr. André van der Merwe (2019)
‘Tea for two’ by Youmans and Caesar (2016, 2019)
‘Teddy bears’ picnic’ by John Bratton (2016)
‘The goslings’ by Frederick Bridge (2016)
‘The sound of silence’ by Simon & Garfunkel, arr. Smits (2022)
‘This is me’ by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul arr. Mac Huff (2023)
‘Underneath the stars’ by Kate Rusby, arr. Jim Clements (2018, 2019)
‘When I’m 64’ by The Beatles, arr. Alan Simmons (2016)
‘Yesterday’ by Lennon/McCartney arr. John Bawden (2018)
‘You are the new day’ by Airwaves’ John David, arr. Peter Knight (2013, 2018)

Madrigals

‘All creatures now’ by John Bennet (winner of the ‘Own Choice’ category, Portsmouth Competition 2017)
‘April is in my mistress’ face’ by Morley (2014, 2018, 2019)
‘Draw on sweet night’ by Wilbye (2016)
‘Fair Phyllis’ by Farmer (2013, 2016, 2018, 2019)
‘Lady when I behold’ by Wilbye (2019)
‘Now is the month of maying’ by Morley (2019)
‘Revoici venir du printemps’ by Le Jeune (2019, 2022)
‘Sing we and chant it’ by Morley (2013, 2019)
‘Tanzen und springen’ by Hassler (2019)
‘Though Amaryllis dance’ by Byrd (2015)
‘Weep o mine eyes’ by Bennet (2016)

Opera

Dido and Aeneas, by Purcell (with Cranleigh Choral Society, 2015)

Christmas

‘A great and mighty wonder’ by Michael Praetorius, arr. Erling Pederson (2018)
A winter day by Sarah Quartel (2022)
‘Adam lay ybounden’ by Boris Ord (2022)
‘Angelus ad pastores ait’ by Raphaella Aleotti (2022)
‘Away in a manger’ arr. WJ Kirkpatrick, with Tillingbourne Children’s Choir (2017)
‘Balulalow’ by Richard Allain (2015, 2017)
‘Bethlehem down’ by Warlock (2015)
‘Blessed be that Maid Marie’ arr. Amy Bebbington (2019)
‘Birthday carol’ by Willcocks (2016 Teddington, 2017 Guildford)
A ceremony of carols by Benjamin Britten (2016)
‘Carol of the bells’ by M. Leontovich, arr. Peter Wilhousky (2018)
‘Coventry carol’ arr. Kenneth Leighton (2017)
‘Deck the hall’ arr. John Rutter (2017)
‘Ding dong! merrily on high’ arr. Willcocks (2016)
‘Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen’ by Michael Praetorius arr. Howard Cable (2015)
Fantasia on Christmas carols by Vaughan Williams (2016)
‘Feliz navidad’ by José Feliciano, arr. Paul Langford (2022, 2023)
‘Follow that star’ by Peter Gritton (2015, 2018, 2023)
‘Gaudete’ arr. Suzzie Vango (2021)
‘Gebet in der Christnacht’ by Fanny Hensel (2022)
‘Gloria’ by John Rutter (2018, first movement)
‘Gloria!’ by Randol Alan Bass, with brass (2016 Teddington, 2017 Guildford)
‘Have yourself a merry little Christmas’ by Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane, arr. Peter Gritton (2015, 2023)
‘Hodie Christus natus est’ by Sweelinck (2014, 2019)
‘Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber’ arr. Willcocks (2016)
‘Hymn to the Virgin’ by Benjamin Britten (2015, 2023)
‘In dulci jubilo’ arr. Pearsall (2018, 2023)
‘In dulci jubilo’ arr. Scheidt (2021)
‘Jesus Christ the apple tree’ by Elizabeth Poston (2023)
‘Jingle, bells’ arr. David Blackwell (2019, 2022)
‘Jingle, bells’ arr. Willcocks (2023)
‘Just another star’ by Karl Jenkins/Carol Barratt, arr. Peter Gritton (2016)
‘Les anges dans nos campagnes’ arr. Tobias Frank (2016)
‘Let their celestial concerts all unite’ from Samson by Handel (2021)
‘Lord of the dance’ arr. Willcocks (2023)
‘Make we joy now in this fest’ arr. Ian Assersohn (2021)
‘Mary’s boy child’ by Hairston, arr. Peter Gritton (2014)
‘My guardian angel’ by Judith Weir (2018)
‘No small wonder’ by Paul Edwards (2022)
‘Now may we singen’ arr. Cecilia McDowall (2021)
‘O come, o come, Emmanuel’ by Elaine Hagenberg (2022)
‘O little town of Bethlehem’ arr. Bob Chilcott (2021)
‘O magnum mysterium’ by Victoria (2014, 2022)
‘O magnum mysterium’ by Morten Lauridsen (2015, 2017)
‘O radiant dawn’ by James MacMillan (2023)
Quatre motets pour the temps de Noel by Poulenc (2013)
‘Remember, O thou man’ by Bob Chilcott (2022)
‘Santa Claus is coming to town’ by Fred Coot, arr. Peter Gritton (2013, 2023)
‘Serenity (O Magnum Mysterium)’ by Ola Gjeilo (2018)
Seven Magnificat Antiphons by Arvo Pärt (2018, nos. 1, 4, 6, 7)
‘Silent night’ by Mohr/Gruber, arr. Barry Rose (2022)
‘Silent night’ by Mohr/Gruber, arr. Thomas Lydon (2018)
‘Sir Christèmas’ arr. Bernard Trafford (2018)
‘Sir Christèmas’ arr. William Mathias (2019)
‘Softly’ by Will Todd (2019)
‘Star carol’ by John Rutter (2015, 2021)
‘Te harinui’ by Ian Assersohn (2022)
‘The Christmas song’ by Robert Wells, arr. Peter Gritton (2013)
‘The Christmas song’ by Robert Wells, arr. Steve Sargent (2019)
‘The crown of roses’ by Tchaikovsky (2015)
‘The lamb’ by John Taverner (2017)
The Manchester carols by Sasha Johnson Manning/Carol Ann Duffy (2014)
‘The oxen’ by Rathbone (2016)
‘The truth from above’ by Vaughan Williams (2022)
‘The twelve days of Christmas’ arr. Andrew Carter (2015, 2022)
‘There is no rose’ by John Joubert (2022)
‘Tomorrow shall be my dancing day’ arr. Willcocks (2016)
‘Tomorrow shall be my dancing day’ arr. John Gardner (2017)
‘Up! good Christian folk’ arr. Amy Bebbington (2021)
‘Virga Jesse floruit’ by Bruckner (2017)
‘Wassail’ by Vaughan Williams (2014, 2021)
‘We wish you a merry Christmas’ arr. Arthur Warrell (2016)
‘What sweeter music’ by John Rutter (2015)
‘Winter wonderland’ by Felix Bernard, arr. Peter Gritton (2014, 2023)
‘White Christmas’ arr. Stuart White (2015, 2021)