Editing and Arranging

In addition to his own original compositions, Richard Pantcheff has made a number of performing-editions and arrangements of other composers’ works, mainly choral, and within the scope of most choirs.

All of the works, below, have been published by MusicaNeo (see Publications tab for contact details, and how to order).

Works by other composers edited or arranged by Richard Pantcheff include the following :

  • Sir C.H.H. Parry (1848-1918) : Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land (from the Oratorio, ‘Judith‘, arranged for SATB Choir and Organ).
  • Gustav Holst (1875-1934) : God be in my head (in two versions, the first of which is Holst’s own scoring for Unison Voices and Organ; and the second of which is Richard Pantcheff’s arrangement for SATB Choir and Organ).
  • Gustav Holst (1875-1934) : Prelude – ‘The Hymn of Jesus’ (from ‘The Hymn of Jesus’, arranged for SATB Choir and Organ).
  • Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) : O Emmanuel (anthem for SATB Choir and Organ, suitable for use at Advent).       
  • Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) : Behold, I stand at the door (anthem for SATB Choir and Organ, suitable for use at Advent).
  • Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) : Veni Creator (anthem for SATB Choir and Organ, suitable for use at Whitsuntide).
  • Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) : Author of life divine (anthem for SATB Choir and Organ, suitable for use as a Communion anthem).
  • Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) : Evening Canticles in G Major (a setting of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, for SATB Choir and Organ).
  • Dr. Samuel Henry Ramsbotham (1838-1909) : Abide with me (introit/hymn for SATB Choir, with or without Organ).
  • Dr. Samuel Henry Ramsbotham (1838-1909) : ‘Cibus Mundi(anthem for SATB Choir and Organ. Suitable for use during Communion).
  • Dr. Samuel Henry Ramsbotham (1838-1909) : Jubilate Deo (Anglican Chant setting for SATB Choir and Organ.
  • Dr. Samuel Henry Ramsbotham (1838-1909) : To Thee, O Comforter Divine (Hymn for use during Whitsuntide).
  • Sir Charles Wood (1866-1926) : Mass in the Phrygian Mode (Setting of the Service of Holy Communion, for SATB and Organ).
  • Franz Schubert (1797-1828) : Deutsche Messe (Setting of the Mass, using contemporary English translation, directly arranged from the original music).
  • Samuel Webbe (1740-1816) : Mass in D (Setting of the Mass, in Latin, for SATB Choir and Organ)
  • Six Short Anthems from the First English Renaissance (works by Tallis, Campion, H. Lawes, Wise, and Gibbons, for SATB Choir and Organ).
  • William Byrd (1543-1623) : Evening Canticles (Fauxbourdons). (A setting of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis for SATB Choir and Organ).