Choir, School and Theatre Works
Adult Choir – unaccompanied
Imezwane; Mabuwe based on own made-up language Ist perf. Brighton Singers 2002, Chapel Royal.
There Be None of Beauty’s Daughters (poem by Byron) 1994 revised 2009/10 Ist perf. Brighton Chamber Choir July 10th 2010, St Nicholas’ Church; revised version Ist perf. BCC May 21st 2011 Church of the Good Shepherd, Brighton.
From ‘Lines Written in Kensington Gardens’ (poem by Matthew Arnold) 2012
Embraceable You arrangement of Gershwin for male voices. 2013 1st perf. May 25th 2013 Falmer Church, Brighton Festival.
The Water of Tyne version for male voices of W.G. Whittaker’s arrangement of the traditional song.
Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man arrangement of Jerome Kern for mixed voices, 2013.
Windy Nights (poem by Robert Louis Stephenson) for voice and piano 1968/9; arranged for youth choir 1990 1st perf. Brighton Youth Choir
Children of the Earth (words Margaret Holmes) 1983 1st perf. BYC
Rhythm (words Margaret Holmes) 1983 1st perf. 1988 BYC; revised words Carolyn Nichols and G.R. 1st perf. Penny Jenkins Singers 2000
Animal Protest (words Margaret Holmes) 1984 1st perf. BYC
Sigh of the Earth (words M. H.) 1985 1st perf. BYC
Boxes and Boxes Everywhere (words M. H.) 1985 1st perf BYC
The Wind from Thrace (from The Furies after Aeschyllus) arranged youth choir 1989 1st perf. BYC
Never See the Sun (words M.H.) 1992 1st perf. BYC
Giant Pollution (words M.H.) 1992 1st perf. BYC
Music We All Share (word M.H.) 1992 1st perf. BYC
Rejoice, Rejoice (words M.H.) 1993 1st perf. BYC
Arrangements for Schools
Oh What a Lovely War perf. Tulse Hill School, London July 1973
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat perf. Tulse Hill School March 28th 1974; Acland Burghley School July 10th 1979
The Caribbean Tempest (words after Shakespeare by Lisa Wright) 1st perf. 1975 Tulse Hill School; tour of Cambridge and Derbyshire February 13-17 1978, then to Berlin July 18th-20th.
The Furies (words Lisa Wright after Aeschyllus) 1st perf. 1978 Tulse Hill School
The Tempest (renaming of The Caribbean Tempest) with original Shakespeare dialogue and lyrics, plus additional songs and incidental music 1st perf. October 9th 1981 Wagner Hall, Brighton; renamed
The Strangest of Islands (revised version of The Tempest with additional music) 1st perf. July 23rd 1997 Tempest Productions plus Brighton Chamber Orchestra, Gardner Arts Centre; plus additional music perf. May 20th 1998 St Bartholomews Church, Brighton Festival with BCO.
Time and the River words Carolyn Nicholls 1st perf. July 7st 1999 Westdene Primary School, Brighton