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Polyphony
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Polyphony

Polyphony was formed by Stephen Layton in 1986 for a concert in King’s College Chapel, Cambridge.Since then the choir has performed and recorded regularly to critical acclaim throughout the world. Recent reviews declare Polyphony ‘one of the best small choirs now before the public’ (The Daily Telegraph) and ‘possibly the best small professional chorus in the world’ (Encore Magazine, USA).

For more than a decade Polyphony has given annual sell-out performances of Bach’s St John Passion and Handel’s Messiah at St John’s Smith Square. These have become notable events in London’s music calendar and have been broadcast by BBC Radio 3 and the EBU. According to The Evening Standard ‘no one but no one performs Handel’s Messiah better every year than the choir Polyphony’, and The Times ‘would rate it among the finest John Passions I have ever heard’.

Polyphony’s performance highlights include appearances at several BBC Proms, performing repertoire such as Arvo Pärt’s Passio, and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas; regular festival performances, including dates at the Aldeburgh and Cheltenham Festivals, and at the RTE Living Music Festival in Dublin; and numerous première performances including works by John Tavener in honour of his 60th birthday as part of the Barbican’s Great Performers series, and works by Arvo Pärt and Pawel Lukaszewski. Broadcast highlights include performances of works by Poulenc, Rautavaara, Tormis, Britten and Grainger for BBC Radio 3, works by Arvo Pärt for RTE, and an EBU broadcast of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.

Polyphony’s extensive discography on the Hyperion label encompasses works by Britten, Bruckner, Cornelius, Grainger, Grieg, Jackson, Lauridsen, Lukaszewski, MacMillan, Pärt, Poulenc, Rutter, Tavener, Walton, and Whitacre. The disc of Britten, Sacred and Profane, won a Gramophone Award and a Diapason d’Or in 2001, and the choir’s première recording of works by Arvo Pärt, Triodion, was Best of Category (Choral) at the 2004 Gramophone Awards. Polyphony also received Gramophone Award nominations in 2002 for the Walton CD, and in 2008 for Poulenc’s Gloria, described by Gramophone Magazine as ‘a performance of real distinction … simply incredible’.

Polyphony Room 31 23 King Street Cambridge CB1 1AH Tel: 020 7193 8043 email: info@polyphony.co.uk www.polyphony.co.uk

Albums
'Hyperion monthly sampler – October 2014' (HYP201410)
Hyperion monthly sampler – October 2014
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'Pärt: Choral Music' (CDA68056)
Pärt: Choral Music
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'A Christmas Present from Polyphony' (NOEL2)
A Christmas Present from Polyphony
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'Bach: St John Passion' (CDA67901/2)
Bach: St John Passion
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'Britten: Sacred and Profane & other choral works' (CDH55438)
Britten: Sacred and Profane & other choral works
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'Bruckner: Mass & Motets' (CDA67629)
Bruckner: Mass & Motets
'Chabrier: Songs' (CDA67133/4)
Chabrier: Songs
'Christmas through the ages' (NOEL1)
Christmas through the ages
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'Cornelius: The Three Kings & other choral works' (CDA67206)
Cornelius: The Three Kings & other choral works
'Dreamland' (HYP41)
Dreamland
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'Ešenvalds: Passion & Resurrection & other choral works' (CDA67796)
Ešenvalds: Passion & Resurrection & other choral works
'Grainger & Grieg: At twilight' (CDH55236)
Grainger & Grieg: At twilight
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'Grainger: Jungle Book & other choral works' (CDH55433)
Grainger: Jungle Book & other choral works
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'Grieg & Grainger: At twilight' (CDH55236)
Grieg & Grainger: At twilight
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'Handel: Messiah' (CDA67800)
Handel: Messiah
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'Jackson: Not no faceless Angel & other choral works' (CDA67708)
Jackson: Not no faceless Angel & other choral works
'Lauridsen: Lux aeterna & other choral works' (CDA67449)
Lauridsen: Lux aeterna & other choral works
'Lauridsen: Nocturnes & other choral works' (CDA67580)
Lauridsen: Nocturnes & other choral works
'Łukaszewski: Via Crucis' (CDA67724)
Łukaszewski: Via Crucis
'MacMillan: Seven Last Words from the Cross' (CDA67460)
MacMillan: Seven Last Words from the Cross
'MacMillan: Seven Last Words from the Cross & other choral works' (SACDA67460)
MacMillan: Seven Last Words from the Cross & other choral works
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'O magnum misterium' (CDA66925)
O magnum misterium
'Pärt: Berliner Messe & Magnificat' (CDH55408)
Pärt: Berliner Messe & Magnificat
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'Pärt: Triodion & other choral works' (CDA67375)
Pärt: Triodion & other choral works
'Pärt: Triodion & other choral works' (CDA30013)
Pärt: Triodion & other choral works
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'Poulenc: Gloria & motets' (CDA67623)
Poulenc: Gloria & motets
'Rutter: Gloria & other sacred music' (CDA67259)
Rutter: Gloria & other sacred music
'Rutter: Music for Christmas' (CDA67245)
Rutter: Music for Christmas
'Rutter: Requiem & other choral works' (CDA30017)
Rutter: Requiem & other choral works
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'Rutter: Requiem & other choral works' (CDA66947)
Rutter: Requiem & other choral works
'Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 5 – Christopher Maltman' (CDJ33105)
Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 5 – Christopher Maltman
'Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 7 – Dorothea Röschmann & Ian Bostridge' (CDJ33107)
Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 7 – Dorothea Röschmann & Ian Bostridge
'Tavener: Choral Music' (CDA67475)
Tavener: Choral Music
'Tavener: Choral Music' (SACDA67475)
Tavener: Choral Music
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'Walton: Coronation Te Deum & other choral works' (CDA67330)
Walton: Coronation Te Deum & other choral works
'Whitacre: Cloudburst & other choral works' (CDA30028)
Whitacre: Cloudburst & other choral works
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'Whitacre: Cloudburst & other choral works' (CDA67543)
Whitacre: Cloudburst & other choral works
'Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014' (HYP201408)
Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014
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Complete works available for download
ANONYMOUS - LITURGICAL
Hodie Christus natus est with Stephen Layton (conductor)
O magnum misterium with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Puer natus est nobis with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Reges Tharsis with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Verbum caro factum est with Stephen Layton (conductor)
ANONYMOUS - TRADITIONAL
The Sussex mummer's Christmas carol with Stephen Layton (conductor)
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH  (1685-1750)
St John Passion, BWV245 with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Stephen Layton (conductor)
SIR RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT  (1936-2012)
Five Carols with Stephen Layton (conductor)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN  (1913-1976)
A Hymn to the Virgin with Stephen Layton (conductor)
A.M.D.G. with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Chorale after an old French Carol with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Sacred and Profane, Op 91 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
ANTON BRUCKNER  (1824-1896)
Ave Maria with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Christus factus est with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Locus iste a Deo factus est with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Mass No 2 in E minor with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Os iusti meditabitur with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Pange lingua with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Vexilla regis with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Virga Jesse floruit with Stephen Layton (conductor)
JOHN BYRT  (b1939)
All and some with Stephen Layton (conductor)
EMMANUEL CHABRIER  (1841-1894)
Ode à la musique with Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Stephen Layton (conductor), Graham Johnson (piano)
PETER CORNELIUS  (1824-1874)
Der alte Soldat, Op 12 No 1 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Die Vätergruft, Op 19 with Robert Rice (baritone), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Drei Chorgesänge, Op 11 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Drei Psalmlieder, Op 13 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Liebe 'Ein Zyklus von 3 Chorliedern', Op 18 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Requiem 'Seele, vergiß sie nicht' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
So weich und warn with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Trauerchöre, Op 9 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Trost in Tränen, Op 14 with Colin Campbell (bass), Stephen Layton (conductor)
ERIKS EŠENVALDS  (b1977)
A drop in the ocean with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Evening with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Legend of the walled-in woman with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Long Road with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Night Prayer with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Passion and Resurrection with Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
PERCY GRAINGER  (1882-1961)
A song of Värmeland with Stephen Layton (conductor)
At twilight with Andrew Carwood (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Australian up-country song with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Dalvisa with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Died for love with Libby Crabtree (soprano), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Dollar and a half a day with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Paul Agnew (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Early one morning with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Libby Crabtree (soprano), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Good-bye to love with John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Jungle Book with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Lord Maxwell's goodnight with John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
My love's in Germanie with Libby Crabtree (soprano), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Recessional with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Shallow Brown with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Six dukes went afishin' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Soldier, soldier with Libby Crabtree (soprano), Paul Agnew (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
The love song of Har Dyal with Lesley Jane Rogers (soprano), Stephen Layton (conductor)
The power of love with John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Rival Brothers with Stephen Layton (conductor)
The running of shindand with Stephen Layton (conductor)
The sprig of thyme with Libby Crabtree (soprano), James Gilchrist (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Three Ravens with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Willow, willow with John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Stephen Layton (conductor)
EDVARD GRIEG  (1843-1907)
Ave maris stella with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Four Psalms, Op 74 with David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Stephen Layton (conductor)
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL  (1685-1759)
Messiah, HWV56 with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
HERBERT HOWELLS  (1892-1983)
Three Carol-Anthems with Stephen Layton (conductor)
GABRIEL JACKSON  (b1962)
Ave Maria with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Cecilia Virgo with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Hymn to the Trinity with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Lux mortuorum with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Not no faceless Angel with Clare O'Connell (cello), Katherine Bicknell (flute), Stephen Layton (conductor)
O sacrum convivium with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Orbis patrator optime with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Salve regina with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Salve regina 2 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Song 'I gaze upon you' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
To Morning with Stephen Layton (conductor)
MORTEN LAURIDSEN  (b1943)
Ave Maria with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Ave, dulcissima Maria with Morten Lauridsen (finger cymbals), Stephen Layton (conductor)
I will lift up mine eyes with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Les chansons des roses
Lux aeterna with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Madrigali. Six 'Fire Songs' on Italian Renaissance Poems with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Mid-Winter Songs with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Nocturnes
O come, let us sing unto the Lord with Stephen Layton (conductor), Andrew Lumsden (organ)
O magnum mysterium with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Ubi caritas et amor with Stephen Layton (conductor)
KENNETH LEIGHTON  (1929-1988)
A Hymn of the Nativity with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Of a rose is all my song with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Three Carols, Op 25 with Stephen Layton (conductor)
PAWEŁ ŁUKASZEWSKI  (b1968)
Via Crucis with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
JAMES MACMILLAN  (b1959)
On the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin with Stephen Layton (conductor), James Vivian (organ)
Seven Last Words from the Cross with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Te Deum with Elin Thomas (soprano), James Vivian (organ), Stephen Layton (conductor)
THOMAS MORLEY  (1557/8-1602)
O mistress mine with Stephen Layton (conductor)
ARVO PÄRT  (b1935)
… which was the son of … with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Alleluia-Tropus with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Berliner Messe with Stephen Layton (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ)
Da pacem, Domine with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
De profundis with Stephen Layton (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ), Chris Guy (percussion)
Dopo la vittoria with Stephen Layton (conductor)
I am the true vine with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Littlemore Tractus with Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Magnificat with Stephen Layton (conductor), Rachel Elliott (soprano)
Morning star with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Nunc dimittis with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Peace upon you, Jerusalem with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Salve regina with Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Seven Magnificat-Antiphons with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Solfeggio with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Summa with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
The Beatitudes with Stephen Layton (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ)
The deer's cry with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
The woman with the alabaster box with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Tribute to Caesar with Stephen Layton (conductor), Richard Bannan (bass)   NEW
Triodion with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Virgencita with Stephen Layton (conductor)   NEW
Zwei Beter with Stephen Layton (conductor), Rachel Ambrose Evans (soprano)   NEW
FRANCIS POULENC  (1899-1963)
Exultate Deo with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Gloria with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Salve regina with Stephen Layton (conductor)
JOHN RUTTER  (b1945)
A choral fanfare with Stephen Layton (conductor)
A Clare Benediction with Stephen Layton (conductor)
A Gaelic blessing with Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Stephen Layton (conductor)
A prayer of Saint Patrick with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Angel Tidings with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Angels' Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
As the bridegroom to his chosen with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Away in a manger with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Candlelight Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Carol of the Children with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Christmas Lullaby with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Come down, O Love divine with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Donkey Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Dormi, Jesu with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Gloria with The Wallace Collection, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Go forth into the world with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
God be in my head with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Hymn to the Creator of Light with Stephen Layton (conductor)
I my Best-Beloved's am with Stephen Layton (conductor)
I will lift up mine eyes with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
I wonder as I wander with Libby Crabtree (soprano), City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Jesus Child with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Love came down at Christmas with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Mary's Lullaby with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Nativity Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Open thou mine eyes with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Praise the Lord, O my soul with The Wallace Collection, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Requiem with Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Sans Day Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Second Amen with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Shepherd's Pipe Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Silent night with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Star Carol with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Te Deum with The Wallace Collection, Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Lord bless you and keep you with Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Lord is my light and my salvation with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
The very best time of the year with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
There is a flower with Cecilia Osmond (soprano), City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Thy perfect love with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
To everything there is a season with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
What sweeter music? with City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
Wild Wood Carol with Robert Rice (baritone), City of London Sinfonia, Stephen Layton (conductor)
SIR JOHN TAVENER  (1944-2013)
As one who has slept with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Birthday Sleep with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Dreams based on Chuang with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Dreams based on Chuang with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Song from Acoman India with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Buson with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Issa with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Kokku with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku, anon with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Butterfly Dreams. The Butterfly by Pavel Friedmann with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Exhortation and Kohima with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Schuon Hymnen with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Shûnya with Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Bridal Chamber with Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Second Coming with Stephen Layton (conductor)
SIR WILLIAM WALTON  (1902-1983)
A Litany '1st version' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
A Litany '2nd version' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
A Litany '3rd version' with Stephen Layton (conductor)
All this time with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Antiphon with The Wallace Collection, James Vivian (organ), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Cantico del Sole with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Chichester Service with Stephen Layton (conductor), James Vivian (organ)
Coronation Te Deum with The Wallace Collection, James Vivian (organ), Stephen Layton (conductor)
Jubilate with Stephen Layton (conductor), James Vivian (organ)
King Herod and the Cock with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Make we joy now in this fest with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Missa brevis with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Set me as a seal upon thine heart with Stephen Layton (conductor)
The Twelve with Stephen Layton (conductor), James Vivian (organ)
What cheer? with Stephen Layton (conductor)
What cheer? with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Where does the uttered music go? with Stephen Layton (conductor)
PETER WARLOCK  (1894-1930)
A Cornish Christmas Carol with Stephen Layton (conductor)
As dew in Aprylle with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Benedicamus Domino with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Bethlehem Down with Stephen Layton (conductor)
I saw a fair maiden with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Lullaby my Jesus with Stephen Layton (conductor)
ERIC WHITACRE  (b1970)
A boy and a girl with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Cloudburst with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Her sacred spirit soars with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Lux aurumque with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Sleep with Stephen Layton (conductor)
This Marriage with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Three Flower Songs with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Three Songs of Praise with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Water Night with Stephen Layton (conductor)
When David heard with Stephen Layton (conductor)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
… which was the son of … (Pärt)
A boy and a girl (Whitacre)
A choral fanfare (Rutter)
A Clare Benediction (Rutter)
A Cornish Christmas Carol (Warlock)
A death  Movement 8 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
A dollar and a half is a poor man's pay  First line to Dollar and a half a day (Grainger)
A drop in the ocean (Ešenvalds)
A Gaelic blessing (Rutter)
A green-growing tree in my father's orchard stands  First line to The power of love (Grainger)
A Hymn of the Nativity (Leighton)
A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten)
A Litany '1st version' (Walton)
A Litany '2nd version' (Walton)
A Litany '3rd version' (Walton)
A prayer of Saint Patrick (Rutter)
A rule of faith and a model of meekness  First line to Ode III, Part 4 of Triodion (Pärt)
A song of Värmeland (Grainger)
A Spotless Rose  No 2 of Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Abandon entouré d'abandon  First line to Dirait-on, No 5 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein  Part 2 No 40, Chorale of St John Passion, BWV245 (Bach)
Ach, wie nichtig, ach, wie flüchtig  No 1 of Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Adieu, Madame, my mother dear, but and my sisters three, O!  First line to Lord Maxwell's goodnight (Grainger/Tall)
All and some (Byrt)
All this time (Walton)
Alleluia-Tropus (Pärt)
Alleluya, a new Work is come on Hand  No 3 of Three Carols, Op 17 (Wishart)
Alone upon the housetops to the North  First line to The love song of Har Dyal (Grainger)
An Babels Wassflüssen  No 2 of Drei Psalmlieder, Op 13 (Cornelius)
An den Sturmwind  No 2 of Drei Chorgesänge, Op 11 (Cornelius)
An ode of the birth of our Saviour  No 3 of Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
And Jesus himself began to be  First line to … which was the son of … (Pärt)
And they brought unto him a penny  Part 2 of Tribute to Caesar (Pärt)
Angel Tidings (Rutter)
Angels' Carol (Rutter)
Another photograph to put on a shelf  First line to Not no faceless Angel (Jackson)
Antiphon (Walton)
As dew in Aprylle (Warlock)
As one who has slept (Tavener)
As the bridegroom to his chosen (Rutter)
As the dawn was breaking the Sambhur belled  First line to Hunting-song of the Seeonee pack, No 8 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
At thy mystic Supper  Part 3 of Passion and Resurrection (Ešenvalds)
At twilight (Grainger)
Australian up-country song (Grainger)
Ave Maria (Bruckner)
Ave Maria (Jackson)
Ave Maria (Lauridsen)
Ave maris stella (Grieg)
Ave, dulcissima Maria (Lauridsen)
Away by the reefs of the Chilean Coast  First line to At twilight (Grainger)
Away in a manger (Rutter)
Ballad of green Broom  No 5 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Benedicamus Domino (Warlock)
Berliner Messe (Pärt)
Bethlehem Down (Warlock)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday Sleep (Tavener)
Blow up the trumpet in the new moon  First line to A choral fanfare (Rutter)
Brigg Fair  No 7 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Bußlied  No 1 of Drei Psalmlieder, Op 13 (Cornelius)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Dreams based on Chuang (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Song from Acoman India (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Buson (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Issa (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Kokku (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku, anon (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. The Butterfly by Pavel Friedmann (Tavener)
By the hoof of the wild goat uptossed from the cliff where she lay in the sun  First line to The fall of the stone, No 1 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Candlelight Carol (Rutter)
Cantate Domino  No 5 of Psalmfest (Rutter)
Cantico del Sole (Walton)
Carol  Movement 6 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Carol of the Children (Rutter)
Cecilia Virgo (Jackson)
C'est pourtant nous qui t'avons proposé  First line to En une seule fleur, No 1 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Chichester Service (Walton)
Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Chorale after an old French Carol (Britten)
Christ be with me, Christ within me  First line to A prayer of Saint Patrick (Rutter)
Christ is the morning star  First line to Morning star (Pärt)
Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me  First line to The deer's cry (Pärt)
Christmas Lullaby (Rutter)
Christus factus est (Bruckner)
Cloudburst (Whitacre)
Come down, O Love divine (Rutter)
Concord  No 2 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Concord, Concord is here  First line to Concord, No 2 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Contre qui, rose  No 2 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Coronation Te Deum (Walton)
Country Gardens  No 22 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Country girls  No 4 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Credo in unum Deum  First line to Summa (Pärt)
Crystal points tug on million year filaments  First line to Lux mortuorum (Jackson)
Cuando yo muera quiero tus manos en mis ojos  First line to Soneto de la noche, No 2 of Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Da pacem, Domine (Pärt)
Dalvisa (Grainger)
De profundis (Pärt)
De ton rêve trop plein  No 3 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Deep peace of the running wave to you  First line to A Gaelic blessing (Rutter)
Der alte Soldat, Op 12 No 1 (Cornelius)
Der Tod, das ist die kühle Nacht  No 1 of Drei Chorgesänge, Op 11 (Cornelius)
Die drei Frühlingstage  No 3 of Drei Chorgesänge, Op 11 (Cornelius)
Die Könige  No 3 of Weihnachtslieder, Op 8 (Cornelius/Layton)
Die Lotosblume  No 3 of Sechs Lieder, Op 33 (Schumann)
Die Minnesänger  No 2 of Sechs Lieder, Op 33 (Schumann)
Die Vätergruft, Op 19 (Cornelius)
Died for love (Grainger)
Dirait-on  No 5 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
do re mi fa so la si …  First line to Solfeggio (Pärt)
Dollar and a half a day (Grainger)
Donkey Carol (Rutter)
Dopo la vittoria (Pärt)
Dormi, Jesu (Rutter)
Draw on, sweet night  No 2 of Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Drei Chorgesänge, Op 11 (Cornelius)
Drei Psalmlieder, Op 13 (Cornelius)
Drop, drop, slow tears  First line to A Litany '2nd version' (Walton)
Dying sun, shine warm a little longer!  First line to Lament for Pasiphaë, No 1 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Early one morning (Grainger/Tall)
En une seule fleur  No 1 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Evening (Ešenvalds)
Exhortation and Kohima (Tavener)
Exultate Deo (Poulenc)
Fair daffodils, we weep to see  First line to To daffodils, No 1 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Final dance of homage  No 6 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
First, April, she with mellow showers  First line to The succession of the four sweet months, No 2 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Five Carols (Bennett)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
For our white and our excellent nights – for the nights of swift running  First line to Red Dog, No 6 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Four Psalms, Op 74 (Grieg)
Foweles in the frith  First line to I mon waxe wod, Movement 2 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
From fen and meadow  First line to Rustics and fishermen, No 5 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
From springs of bounty  First line to Time and Concord, No 3 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Gloria (Poulenc)
Gloria (Rutter)
Glory be to thee, O Lord, glory be to thee  First line to Hymn to the Creator of Light (Rutter)
Glory to the Father  First line to Coda, Part 5 of Triodion (Pärt)
Go forth into the world (Rutter)
Go, lovely Rose  No 3 of Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
God be in my head (Rutter)
God of our fathers, known of old  First line to Recessional (Grainger)
God's grandeur  Movement 3 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
God's Son hath set me free  No 2 of Four Psalms, Op 74 (Grieg)
Good-bye to love (Grainger/Gibbs)
Grablied  No 4 of Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Heaven-Haven  Movement 7 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Her sacred spirit soars (Whitacre)
Here is the little door   Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Here the strong mallow strikes her slimy root  First line to Marsh flowers, No 3 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Hodie Christus natus est  No 4 of Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël (Poulenc)
Hodie Christus natus est (Anon)
Honor, virtus et potestas  First line to Hymn to the Trinity (Jackson)
hope, faith, life, love  No 2 of Three Songs of Praise (Whitacre)
How fair is thy face  No 1 of Four Psalms, Op 74 (Grieg)
How hard the year dies: no frost yet  First line to Intercession in Late October, No 5 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Hunting-song of the Seeonee pack  No 8 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Hymn to the Creator of Light (Rutter)
Hymn to the Trinity (Jackson)
I am the true vine (Pärt)
I gaze upon you and the sun grows large  First line to Song 'I gaze upon you' (Jackson)
I have desired to go  First line to Heaven-Haven, Movement 7 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
I hide myself  No 1 of Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
I love you night and day  First line to Long Road (Ešenvalds)
I met my mates in the morning (and oh, but I am old!)  First line to The beaches of Lukannon, No 5 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
I mon waxe wod  Movement 2 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
I my Best-Beloved's am (Rutter)
I rejoiced that they said to me  First line to Peace upon you, Jerusalem (Pärt)
I saw a fair maiden (Warlock)
i thank You God for most this amazing day  No 3 of Three Songs of Praise (Whitacre)
I will let loose against you the fleet-footed vines  First line to Mowgli's song against people, No 11 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
I will lift up mine eyes (Lauridsen)
I will lift up mine eyes (Rutter)
i will wade out  No 1 of Three Songs of Praise (Whitacre)
I wish my baby it e was born  First line to Died for love (Grainger)
I wonder as I wander (Rutter)
Ich will dich lieben, meine Krone!  No 2 of Liebe 'Ein Zyklus von 3 Chorliedern', Op 18 (Cornelius)
In Amsterdon in Derbyshire Mary Thomson she did dwell  First line to Mary Thomson, Unnumbered of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
In heav'n above  No 4 of Four Psalms, Op 74 (Grieg)
In the gardens of God, in the daylight divine  First line to Rosa mystica, Movement 2 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
In the name of the Father  First line to Introduction, Part 1 of Triodion (Pärt)
Intercession in Late October  No 5 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Introduction  Part 1 of Triodion (Pärt)
Irish tune from County Derry  No 5 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
It was on the fifth of August  First line to Brigg Fair, No 7 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
J'ai une telle conscience de ton  First line to La rose complète, No 4 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Jerusalem  No 3 of Drei Psalmlieder, Op 13 (Cornelius)
Jesu that dost in Mary dwell  First line to Prayer I, Movement 1 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Jesus Child (Rutter)
Jesus Christ our Lord is risen  No 3 of Four Psalms, Op 74 (Grieg)
Jesus sprach zu einigen  First line to Zwei Beter (Pärt)
John Anderson  No 4 of Romanzen und Balladen III, Op 145 (Schumann)
Jubilate (Walton)
Jungle Book (Grainger)
Kanon Pokajanen (Pärt)
King Herod and the Cock (Walton)
La lluvia … Ojos de agua de sombra  First line to Cloudburst (Whitacre)
La rose complète  No 4 of Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Lament for Pasiphaë  No 1 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Legend of the walled-in woman (Ešenvalds)
Lenten is come  Movement 3 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Les chansons des roses (Lauridsen)
Liebe 'Ein Zyklus von 3 Chorliedern', Op 18 (Cornelius)
Liebe, dir ergeb' ich mich!  No 1 of Liebe 'Ein Zyklus von 3 Chorliedern', Op 18 (Cornelius)
Like Snow  No 2 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Littlemore Tractus (Pärt)
Locus iste a Deo factus est (Bruckner)
Long Road (Ešenvalds)
Lord Maxwell's goodnight (Grainger/Tall)
Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace (Rutter)
Love came down at Christmas (Rutter)
Lullaby my Jesus (Warlock/Carter)
Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child   Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
Lux aeterna  Movement 7 of Requiem (Rutter)
Lux aeterna (Lauridsen)
Lux aurumque (Whitacre)
Lux mortuorum (Jackson)
Lux, calida gravisque, pura velut aurum  First line to Lux aurumque (Whitacre)
Madrigali. Six 'Fire Songs' on Italian Renaissance Poems (Lauridsen)
Magnificat  Canticle 1 of Chichester Service (Walton)
Magnificat (Pärt)
Maiden in the mor lay  First line to Carol, Movement 6 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Make we joy now in this fest (Walton)
Marsh flowers  No 3 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Mary Thomson  Unnumbered of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Mary's Lullaby (Rutter)
Mass No 2 in E minor (Bruckner)
May these vows and this marriage be blessed  First line to This Marriage (Whitacre)
Memento  Ode VII from Kanon Pokajanen (Pärt)
Messiah, HWV56 (Handel)
Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Mid-Winter Waking  No 4 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Mirie it is, while sumer ilast  First line to The long night, Movement 4 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Missa brevis (Walton)
Mistress of night watching down on me  First line to Night Prayer (Ešenvalds)
Mitten wir im Leben sind  No 3 of Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Mo nighean dubh  Unnumbered of Songs of the North (Grainger)
Molly on the Shore  No 19 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Morning song in the jungle  No 2 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Morning star (Pärt)
Mowgli's song against people  No 11 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Musique adorable  First line to Ode à la musique (Chabrier)
My father is the King of the gypsies that is true  First line to The gypsy's wedding day, Unnumbered of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
My love's in Germanie (Grainger)
My soul is very sorrowful  Part 2 of Passion and Resurrection (Ešenvalds)
My true love hath my heart  No 4 of Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Nativity Carol (Rutter)
Near Woodstock Town  Unnumbered of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Nicht die Träne kann es sagen  No 2 of Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Night Prayer (Ešenvalds)
Night with the eyes of a horse that trembles in the night  First line to Water Night (Whitacre)
Night-song in the jungle  No 3 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Not no faceless Angel (Jackson)
Now Chil the Kite brings home the night that Mang the Bat sets free  First line to Night-song in the jungle, No 3 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Now when Jesus was in Bethany  First line to The woman with the alabaster box (Pärt)
Nunc dimittis  Canticle 2 of Chichester Service (Walton)
Nunc dimittis (Pärt)
O Adonai  No 2 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O come, let us sing unto the Lord (Lauridsen)
O Deus, ego amo te  Movement 5 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
O dulce lignum  Part 4 of Passion and Resurrection (Ešenvalds)
O God, I love thee  First line to O Deus, ego amo te, Movement 5 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
O holy virgin! clad in purest white  First line to To Morning (Jackson)
O Immanuel  No 7 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O König aller Völker  No 6 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O magnum misterium (Anon)
O magnum mysterium   Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël (Poulenc)
O magnum mysterium (Lauridsen)
O mistress mine (Morley/Grainger)
O Morgenstern  No 5 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O my night love!  First line to With a lily in your hand, No 2 of Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
O nata lux  Movement 3 of Lux aeterna (Lauridsen)
O sacrum convivium (Jackson)
O Schlüssel Davids  No 4 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O Shenandoah I love your daughter  First line to Shenandoah, Unnumbered of Sea Chanty Settings (Grainger)
O Spross aus Isais Wurzel  No 3 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
O Värmeland, thou fairest, thou best beloved land  First line to A song of Värmeland (Grainger)
O Weisheit  No 1 of Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
Ode à la musique (Chabrier)
Of a rose is all my song (Leighton)
Of one that is so fair and bright  First line to A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten)
Old Stormy he is dead and gone  First line to Stormy, Unnumbered of Sea Chanty Settings (Grainger)
On his farm lived a bonder free  First line to The Rival Brothers (Grainger)
On the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin (MacMillan)
One moment past our bodies cast no shadow on the plain  First line to Morning song in the jungle, No 2 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Open thou mine eyes (Rutter)
Orbis patrator optime (Jackson)
Os iusti meditabitur (Bruckner)
Our fathers whose creative will asked  First line to Chorale after an old French Carol (Britten)
Out of the deep  Movement 2 of Requiem (Rutter)
Out of your sleep  No 2 of Five Carols (Bennett)
Pange lingua (Bruckner)
Parce mihi, Domine  Part 1 of Passion and Resurrection (Ešenvalds)
Passion and Resurrection (Ešenvalds)
Pater noster, qui es in caelis / Lord, make me a channel of your peace  First line to A drop in the ocean (Ešenvalds)
Peace upon you, Jerusalem (Pärt)
Pie Jesu  Movement 3 of Requiem (Rutter)
Pit where the buffalo cooled his hide  First line to The peora hunt, No 7 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Pomiluy mya, Bozhe, pomiluy mya  First line to Memento, Ode VII from Kanon Pokajanen (Pärt)
Praise the Lord, O my soul (Rutter)
Prayer I  Movement 1 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Prayer II  Movement 4 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Psalmfest (Rutter)
Puer natus est nobis (Anon)
Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël (Poulenc)
Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Poulenc)
Quem vidistis pastores dicite  No 2 of Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël (Poulenc)
Recessional (Grainger)
Red Dog  No 6 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Reges Tharsis (Anon)
Requiem (Rutter)
Requiem 'Seele, vergiß sie nicht' (Cornelius)
Romanzen und Balladen III, Op 145 (Schumann)
Rosa mystica  Movement 2 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Rustics and fishermen  No 5 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Sa nuit d'été  No 1 of Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Sainte Marye Virgine  First line to St Godric's Hymn, Movement 1 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Salve regina (Jackson)
Salve regina (Pärt)
Salve regina (Poulenc)
Salve regina 2 (Jackson)
Sans Day Carol (Rutter)
Schuon Hymnen (Tavener)
Scotch Strathspey and Reel  No 37 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Sea Chanty Settings (Grainger)
Sechs Lieder, Op 33 (Schumann)
Second Amen (Rutter)
Set me as a seal upon thine heart (Walton)
Seven Last Words from the Cross (MacMillan)
Seven Magnificat-Antiphons (Pärt)
Shaller Brown you're goin' ter leave me  First line to Shallow Brown (Grainger)
Shallow Brown (Grainger)
She tells her love while half asleep  No 3 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
She, then, like snow in a dark night  First line to Like Snow, No 2 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Shenandoah  Unnumbered of Sea Chanty Settings (Grainger)
Shepherd's Hey  No 4 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Shepherd's Pipe Carol (Rutter)
Shûnya (Tavener)
Si je pourrais avec mes mains brûlantes  First line to Sa nuit d'été, No 1 of Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Silent night (Rutter)
Sing lullaby  No 3 of Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Six dukes went afishin' (Grainger)
Sleep (Whitacre)
So weich und warn (Cornelius)
Soldier, soldier (Grainger)
Solfeggio (Pärt)
Soneto de la noche  No 2 of Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Song 'I gaze upon you' (Jackson)
Songs of the North (Grainger)
St Godric's Hymn  Movement 1 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
St John Passion, BWV245 (Bach)
Star Carol (Rutter)
Stirring suddenly from long hibernation  First line to Mid-Winter Waking, No 4 of Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Stormy  Unnumbered of Sea Chanty Settings (Grainger)
Stretched out on the grass  First line to A boy and a girl (Whitacre)
Summa (Pärt)
Sure on this shining night  No 3 of Nocturnes (Lauridsen)
Susanni  No 5 of Five Carols (Bennett)
Sweet flag and cuckoo flower  First line to Country girls, No 4 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Sweet was the song  No 4 of Five Carols (Bennett)
Te Deum (MacMillan)
Te Deum (Rutter)
Tenebrae factae sunt  No 3 of Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Poulenc)
That younge child  No 3 of Five Carols (Bennett)
The beaches of Lukannon  No 5 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The Beatitudes (Pärt)
The Bridal Chamber (Tavener)
The deer's cry (Pärt)
The evening hangs beneath the moon  First line to Sleep (Whitacre)
The evening primrose  No 4 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
The fall of the stone  No 1 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The gypsy's wedding day  Unnumbered of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
The Inuit  No 4 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The long night  Movement 4 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
The Lord bless you and keep you (Rutter)
The Lord is my light and my salvation (Rutter)
The Lord is my shepherd  Movement 6 of Requiem (Rutter)
The love song of Har Dyal (Grainger)
The merry king  No 38 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
The only son  No 10 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The People of the Eastern Ice, they are melting like the snow  First line to The Inuit, No 4 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The peora hunt  No 7 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
The poor soul sat sighing by a sycamore tree  First line to Willow, willow (Grainger)
The power of love (Grainger)
The Rival Brothers (Grainger)
The running of shindand (Grainger)
The Second Coming (Tavener)
The soldier  Movement 6 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
The sprig of thyme (Grainger/Perna)
The Star-song  No 1 of Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
The succession of the four sweet months  No 2 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
The Sussex mummer's Christmas carol (Anon/Grainger/Perna)
The Three Ravens (Grainger)
The Twelve (Walton)
The very best time of the year (Rutter)
The woman with the alabaster box (Pärt)
The world is charged with the grandeur of God  First line to God's grandeur, Movement 3 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Thee, God, I come from, to thee go  First line to Prayer II, Movement 4 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Then went the Pharisees  First line to Tribute to Caesar (Pärt)
There is a flower (Rutter)
There is no rose  No 1 of Five Carols (Bennett)
There was an old man liv'd out in the wood  First line to Ballad of green Broom, No 5 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
There were three ravens sat on a tree  First line to The Three Ravens (Grainger)
There's a convict more in the Central Jail  First line to The running of shindand (Grainger)
These tokens of our love receiving  First line to Final dance of homage, No 6 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
This Marriage (Whitacre)
Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Three Carols, Op 17 (Wishart)
Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
Three Songs of Praise (Whitacre)
Thron der Liebe, Stern der Güte  No 3 of Liebe 'Ein Zyklus von 3 Chorliedern', Op 18 (Cornelius)
Thy perfect love (Rutter)
Tiger! Tiger!  No 9 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
Time  No 1 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Time and Concord  No 3 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Timor et tremor  No 1 of Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Poulenc)
To daffodils  No 1 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
To everything there is a season (Rutter)
To Morning (Jackson)
Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Tribute to Caesar (Pärt)
Triodion (Pärt)
Tristis est anima mea  No 4 of Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Poulenc)
Trost in Tränen, Op 14 (Cornelius)
Ubi caritas et amor (Lauridsen)
Unto the Birth-giver of God  First line to Ode II, Part 3 of Triodion (Pärt)
Verbum caro factum est (Anon)
Verily I say unto you  Part 3 of The woman with the alabaster box (Pärt)
Vexilla regis (Bruckner)
Via Crucis (Łukaszewski)
Videntes stellam  No 3 of Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël (Poulenc)
Vinea mea electa  No 2 of Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Poulenc)
Virga Jesse floruit (Bruckner)
Virgencita (Pärt)
Von dem Dome, schwer und bang  No 5 of Trauerchöre, Op 9 (Cornelius)
Wanne mine eyhnen misten  First line to A death, Movement 8 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Water Night (Whitacre)
We do homage to Thy pure image  First line to Ode I, Part 2 of Triodion (Pärt)
We praise thee, O God  First line to Coronation Te Deum (Walton)
Weihnachtslieder, Op 8 (Cornelius/Layton)
Whanne ic se on Rode  First line to Yif ic of luve can, Movement 5 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
What cheer? (Walton)
What of the hunting, hunter bold?  First line to Tiger! Tiger!, No 9 of Jungle Book (Grainger)
What sweeter music? (Rutter)
When David heard (Whitacre)
When he is King we will give him the King's gifts  First line to Bethlehem Down (Warlock)
When once the sun sinks in the west  First line to The evening primrose, No 4 of Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Where does the uttered music go? (Walton)
Why trouble ye the woman?  Part 2 of The woman with the alabaster box (Pärt)
Wild Wood Carol (Rutter)
Willow, willow (Grainger)
With a lily in your hand  No 2 of Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
Without arms or charm of culture  First line to The Twelve (Walton)
Wunst I had a sprig of thyme  First line to The sprig of thyme (Grainger/Perna)
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon  No 30 of British Folk-Music Settings (Grainger)
Ye that pasen by  Movement 7 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Yes he is Time  First line to Time, No 1 of Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Yes. Why do we all, seeing a soldier, bless him?  First line to The soldier, Movement 6 of A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Yif ic of luve can  Movement 5 of Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Zu dem Wettgesange schreiten  First line to Die Minnesänger, No 2 of Sechs Lieder, Op 33 (Schumann)
Zwei Beter (Pärt)
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