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A Psalm Cycle is a collection of Psalm fragments, set for unaccompanied SATB. It has been performed by Chantry Quire and Bognor Regis Choir.
The psalm fragments are Ps 5:8, Ps 4:9, Ps 145:15-16 and Ps 27:16
In honour of St Alban, the first British martyr. For unaccompanied SATB by Christopher Larley. The text is based on Alban's profession of faith, I worship and adore the true and living God, who created all things, which led to his execution, and on the Collect for St Alban's Day.
Lumine is a short setting by Chichester-based Christopher Larley, of a prayer by Lancelot Andrewes, who was Bishop of Chichester from 1605-1609, and afterwards Bishop of Winchester. This setting is for ladies' chorus and tenor solo.
The Annunciation Carol by Christopher Larley is for unaccompanied SATB with soprano solo. It combines short plainsong-like fragments and tutti choral singing. There is an (optional!) ad lib. section near the end. The Annunciation Carol was written for the Chantry Quire and first performed by them.
Dignified setting of an iconic spiritual
The piece was commissioned by the Mayfield Festival and first performed by the Mayfield Consort at The Andrew Benians Birthday Concert on May 5th 2010.
Setting of the archetypal prayer, written for the 60th birthday of the composer's father, Patrick Larley.