Its Lamp Was the Lamb
Using close counterpoint and elegant lines, this is a setting from the Book of Revelation, 21:22-23 I saw no temple in the city, for its temple is the Lord God almighty and the Lamb. The city had no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gave it light, […]
Lauda anima mea
This setting of the Offertory for the Third Sunday of Easter (Psalm 145:2) uses the Latin form of: Praise the Lord, O my soul: I will praise the Lord throughout my life; I will sing to my God for as long as I live, alleluia.
Evening Service for St. Edmund Campion’s
A quite exuberant Magnificat is paired with an appropriately reflective Nunc Dimittis that have subtle musical connections.
After considerable delay, Ritual Dances (of the Divine Trinity) can now be heard and seen on YouTube.