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These scores were prepared for performance for various reasons. They are not meant to be scholarly editions - but if you find errors PLEASE EMAIL ME on "ted at tvjrdean.f9.co.uk" so that I may correct them
Scores are in Adobe pdf format. If you need the Adobe Reader, go HERE
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|Ave Christe Immolate - Josquin Desprez (SATB) (minor errors corrected 20/11/03)|
|Ave Maria - Claudio Monteverdi (3 part TTB)|
|Blessed are those that be undefiled - Thomas Tallis (SSATB)|
|Blow Your Horn Hunter - William Cornysh (SATB)|
|Gaudete - Piae Cantiones (SATB)|
|Gaudete - (3 part - SAB)|
|God So Loved The World - Stainer (SATB)|
|Hymn (Oh For a Closer Walk With God) - C. V. Stanford (SATB + Organ)|
|f Ye Love Me - Tallis (SATB)|
|I Saw a maiden (arranged for 3-parts, SAB)|
|Magnificat - G.B.Pergolesi. Movements : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, (SATB + soloists)|
|O Nata Lux - Thomas Tallis (SATTB)|
|Pastime with good company - Henry VIII (SATB)|
|Salvator Mundi - Palestrina (SATB)|
|Sing We At Pleasure - Thomas Weelkes (SSATB)|
|The Bluebird - C V Stanford. (Sop solo, SATB chorus)|
|Thyrsis, sleepest thou? - John Bennet (SATB)|
About me :
I teach physics in rural Northamptonshire, in the UK. My school, Northamptonshire Grammar School values choral singing very highly and I support energetically the director of music with the two choirs we operate.
My choral singing started in my hometown of Wakefield, where I sang in the cathedral choir as a lay-clerk, and at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in a madrigal society directed by John Scott - when he was a sixth-former. John now directs the music at St Thomas' Fifth Avenue, New York City.
I still sing regularly in a parish church choir - St. John the Baptist, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, and Village Voices - an adult choir based in Walgrave, Northamptonshire.