By Genre

  • Choral – Sacred – Liturgical
  • Choral – Sacred – Non-liturgical
  • Choral – Secular
  • Vocal and Part Songs
  • Organ (with or without other instruments)
  • Instrumental (other than Organ)
  • Orchestral

(OPUS NUMBERS IN BRACKETS)

CHORAL – SACRED – LITURGICAL

Missa Urbs Beata (6)
SATB Choir, Congregation, and Organ (withdrawn).

Evening Canticles – Whitchurch (7)
SATB Choir and organ. First liturgical performance by the Choir of Winchester Cathedral, directed by Stephen Farr, in February 1997.

Responses – Whitchurch (9)
SATB Choir. Premiered by the Choir of All Hallows’ Church, Whitchurch, Hampshire, England, in 1990, directed by the composer.

Evening Canticles – Alderney (12)
SATB Choir (and Organ). Premiered by the Choir of St. Anne’s Church, Alderney, Channel Islands, in August 1998.

Responses – Frankfurt (18)
SATB Choir. Premiered by the Choir of Christ the King, Frankfurt, Germany, on 22nd May 1994.

Evening Canticles – Frankfurt (23)
SATB Choir (and Organ). Revised version composed in January 2010. Premiered by The English Choir, Berlin, in the Schloss-Kirche, Wittenberg, on 14th September 2014, and in the Berliner Dom on 28th September 2014, directed by Kathleen Bird.

Paternoster (29)
Unaccompanied SATB Choir. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa, at the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, on 27th October 2010, directed by Michael Dingaan. Frequently performed with Opus 18.

Mass of Christ the King (30)
SATB Choir and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, in August 1996, directed by Kathleen Berthold.

Evening Canticles – Aedes Christi (37)
Upper Voices and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 25th October 1997, directed by Stephen Darlington.

Responses – Salisbury (46)
Upper voices. Premiered by Salisbury Cathedral Choir on 7th July 1999, directed by Simon Lole.

Missa Magdalenensis (47)
SATB Choir and Organ. Commissioned by the Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford, and premiered by them at Magdalen College, Oxford, on 6th June 1999, directed by Grayston Ives.

Te Deum – Aedis Christi (49)
ATB Choir and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 13th February 1999, directed by Stephen Darlington.

Evening Canticles – St. Paul’s (53)
Lower Voices and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral on 27th April 2002, directed by John Scott.

Credo in unum Deum (54)
Unison Voices and Organ. Premiered and recorded by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, in 2001, directed by Stephen Darlington.

Mass for St. Peter (77)
SATB Choir and Organ. Commissioned and premiered on 12th June 2011 by the Choir of Leeds Minster, directed by Dr. Simon Lindley.

Missa Brevis (83)
SATB Choir, Congregation, and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 8th April, 2012, directed by the composer.

Music for Morning and Evening Anglican Services (85). Chants and Responses for SATB Choir. Premiered by the Choir of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, in 2013 and 2014.

  1. Anglican Chants for Morning Prayer (Matins)
  2. Easter Anthems
  3. Wedding Sentences
  4. Preces and Responses for Matins and Evensong, and Compline
  5. Benediction
  6. Missa in Simplicitate : a Mass Setting for SATB Choir, Congregation, and Organ.

 

Missa Brevis – St. Pancras (96)

Unaccompanied SATB Choir. Commissioned by the 2016 London Festival of Contemporary Music, and premiered on 15th May 2016 by the choir of St. Pancras Church, London, conducted by Christopher Batchelor.

Responses – St. Cyprian (98)

SATB Choir. Commissioned by the Three Choirs Festival, at St. Cyprian’s Cathedral, Kimberley, South Africa. To receive their world premiere at the Festival, 4th-8th October 2017.

CHORAL – SACRED – NON-LITURGICAL

Adam lay y bounden (1)
Christmas motet for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Anon 15th century. Premiered by the Choir of St. Anne’s Church, Alderney, Channel Islands, in Summer 1982, directed by the composer.

Redemptor Mundi (5)
Advent Chorale for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : The English Hymnal. Premiered in December 1986 by the choir of St. Martin’s Church, West Acton, London, directed by the composer.

Turn again then unto thy rest (8)
Unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Psalm 116. Premiered by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 6th March 2001, directed by Stephen Darlington.

Evening Hymn (10)
Anthem for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : Psalm 127. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa, directed by Michael Dingaan, at the Anglican Church of St. Francis, Johannesburg, in September 2008.

Drop thy still dews (11)
Short anthem for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : John Greenleaf Whittier. Premiered by the Choir of All Hallows Church, Whitchurch, Hampshire, in the church of St. James the Less, Litchfield, Hampshire in March 1993, directed by the composer.

Advent Antiphon (13)
Advent Carol for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : C. Coffin, trans. J Chandler. Premiered by the Choir of St Michael’s Cathedral, Bridgetown, Barbados, on 15th December 2011, directed by John Bryan.

Hymn to the Virgin (14)
Carol/anthem for Upper Voices and Organ. Words : Anon 13th Century. First performed by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, on 19th December 1993, directed by Kathleen Berthold.

Puer Nobis (arr.) (15)
Christmas Carol for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : Trad. German. Premiered by the Choir of All Hallows’ Church, Whitchurch, Hampshire, England, in December 1992, directed by the composer.

Litany to the Holy Spirit (19)
Anthem for solo voice and Organ. Words : G. Herbert. Premiered by Ronald Bird (Tenor) and Kathleen Berthold (Organ) on 22nd May 1994 at the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt.

Renewal of Light (20)
Anthem for Soprano solo and Organ. Words : B. Foley. Premiered by Frauke von Stein at the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, Germany, on 24th December 1994.

Veni Sancte Spiritus (21)
Anthem for Soprano Voices and Organ, or Soprano solo, Viola, and Organ. Words : B. Foley. Premiered by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, on 4th June 1995. Version for Soprano Solo, Viola, and Organ premiered in Grahamstown Cathedral, South Africa, in October 2014, as part of the 140th Anniversary celebrations of the foundation of the Diocesan School for Girls.

Christ risen, ever living (22)
Easter introit for SSA Choir, later arranged for unaccompanied SATB Choir (for Roger Sayer and the Choir of Rochester Cathedral). Words : Brian Foley. Premiered by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, on 16th April 1995, directed by Kathleen Berthold.

Three Hymn arrangements (24)
Last verse/descant arrangements for Choir and Organ.

No. 1 – Winchester Old;

No.2 – Cranston;

No. 3 – Leoni.

Dedicated to Kathleen Berthold and the Choir of The Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, Germany. Numbers 1 and 2 premiered by the dedicatees on 24th December 1995.

What shall we offer thee ? (26)
Anthem for SATB Choir and Piano. Words from the Greek Orthodox. Premiered by Vocal Scholars from the Royal Academy of Music, London, at the Gala Concert of the Wakkerstroom Music Festival, accompanied by the composer, 23rd March 2013.

What child is this ? (28)
Carol for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : W. Chatterton Dix. Premiered by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, on 24th December 1995.

Three Christmas Carols (31)
Upper Voices and Organ.
No. 1 – The Cradle Carol. Words by Bishop T. Ken.
No. 2 – Ding dong, merrily on high. Words : Trad. English.
No. 3 – The Song of Mary. Words : B. Foley.

Premiered in the Chapel of Mansfield College, Oxford, by the Oxford Girls’ Choir, conducted by Richard Vendome on 3rd December 2000.

Two Anthems for Upper Voices (33)
Upper Voices and Organ.

No.1 – Spirit of Mercy. Words from the Foundling Hospital Collection – 1774. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa, at the Anglican Church of St. Francis, Johannesburg, in September 2008.

No. 2 – Palms of Glory. Words by J. Montgomery (1771-1854). Premiered at the RSCM Choral Course at St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 27th March 2010, directed by the composer.

Twelve New Hymns (36)
SATB Choir and Organ. Premiered on various Sundays throughout 2010 by the Choir of St. George’s Church, Johannesburg.

Laudem dicite (38)
Anthem for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Vespers Responsory for All Saints’ Day. Commissioned, and premiered on 7th June 1997, by the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, in the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, directed by Kathleen Berthold.

Creator of the starry height (48)
Advent Carol for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : Latin 7th century, trans. J.M. Neale. Commissioned for the Choir of St. Edward’s School Oxford, and premiered by them on 6th December 1998, directed by Anthony Kerr-Dineen.

Hymns of the Cherubim (50)
Large-scale Introit for SATB Double Choirs and two organs. Words : from the Greek Orthodox. Commissioned and premired on 21st July 2000, by the combined choirs of Salisbury, Winchester, and Chichester Cathedrals at the Southern Cathedrals Festival in Salisbury Cathedral, directed by Simon Lole.

Phos Hilaron (55)
Anthem for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Greek, pre-3rd Century, trans. Robert Bridges. Commissioned and premiered by the City of Oxford Choir, in the Chapel of Keble College, Oxford, on 1st December 2001, directed by Peter Leech.

Glasgow Anthems, The (56)
Five anthems for SATB Choir and Organ. Commissioned and premiered by the choir of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Mary, Glasgow, in honour of the restoration of the cathedral in 2001.

For lo, the days come (59)
Anthem for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : The Book of Isaiah. Commissioned and recorded by the Arcadian Singers of Oxford University, directed by Matthew O’Donovan.

The Covenant (60)
Anthem for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : J. Donne. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of St. Thomas’ Church, Coral Gables, Florida, USA, in September 2004, directed by Ken Willy.

Eternall Lyght doth nowe appeare (62)
Advent Carol for SATB Choir and Piano. Words : Adapted by Miles Coverdale from German texts (Luther ?). Commissioned and premiered by the Bristol Bach Choir at St. George’s, Brandon Hill, Bristol, on 19th December 2003, directed by Peter Leech.

Three Short Anthems (63)
Upper Voices and Organ. Opus 63A arranged for SATB and Organ.
No. 1 – Lord, who hast made me free. Words : G.W. Briggs. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa, conducted by Michael Dingaan in the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, on 20th October 2009.
No. 2 – Those who follow. Words : G. Dearmer. Premiered by the Trebles of Magdalen College, Oxford, conducted by Grayston Ives in May 2004.
No. 3 – Still will we trust. Words : W.H. Burleigh. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa, conducted by Michael Dingaan in the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, on 20th October 2009.

Come, my beloved (64)
Anthem for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : The Book of Ecclesiastes. Commissioned and premiered by the Choir of Lincoln College, Oxford, in the Summer of 2006, directed by Paul Wingfield.

Requiem (66)
For SATB Choir, Soloists, Organ, and Orchestra. Commissioned by the Choir of St. Michael’s Anglican Cathedral, Bridgetown, Barbados. Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa and the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra at the Linder Auditorium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, on 17th May 2009, conducted by Michael Dingaan.

Two Short Anthems For Lower Voices (68)
Unaccompanied ATB Choir.
No. 1 – Saviour Eternal. Words: pre-11th Century, translated M.J. Blacker.
No.2 – Come, faithful people. Words : G. Moultrie and others.

Commissioned and premiered by the Gentlemen of the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on their tour of New Zealand, in Christchurch Cathedral, on 29th July 2006 (No. 1) and 5th August 2006 (No.2).

African Christmas (71)
Christmas carol for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Jeremy Hale. Premiered by the Chanticleer Singers, at Holy Trinity Church, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on 29th November 2009, directed by Richard Cock.

Bless thou the Lord (76)
Festival anthem for SATB Choir and Organ. Words : Psalm 104. Commissioned for, and premiered at, the service of dedication for the new Rieger Organ at St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 8th April 2012, by the Choir of St. George’s Church, Peter Black (Organ), directed by the composer.

Advent Responsory (79)
Advent or Christmas Introit, for Soprano Solo, Choir, and Organ. Premiered by the choir of St. George’s Anglican Church, at the Advent Carol Service on 27th November 2011, directed by the composer.

A Prayer of St. Columba (80)
Anthem/introit for SATB Choir and Organ. Premiered by the Choir of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 3rd June 2012, directed by the composer.

The Sun’s Arising (81)
Anthem for Soprano and Tenor Duet, or Baritone Solo,
and Organ. Words : H. Vaughan. Premiered by Samuel Pantcheff (Baritone) and Richard Pantcheff (Organ) in St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, South Africa, on 25th December 2011.

Swinburne Anthems, The (88)
Five settings of words by A.G. Swinburne (1837-1909), for SATB Choir.
No. 1 – Ex Ore Innocentium, commissioned and premiered at the 2013 London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, in St. Pancras Church, London, on 19th May 2013, directed by Christopher Batchelor.
No. 2 – Christmas Carol, for SATB Choir and Organ, premiered by the Choir of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 14th December 2014, directed by the composer.
No. 3 – Christ King, Fair Christ, for SATB Choir and Chamber Organ, commissioned for the Alumni of the Choir of the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt on its tour to Berlin in 2014.
No. 4 – Come back in sleep, commissioned for Michael Waldron and the Pinnacle Ensemble.

No. 5 – Summer Transfigured, for unaccompanied SATB Choir, commissioned for the Chanticleer Singers and Richard Cock. An additional version of this work was created using an alternative text : ‘The Bird’ by Henry Vaughan (1621-95).

Ihubo Ikhulu (89)
Anthem for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words : Psalm 100 (in Zulu). Commissioned for the Merton Choirbook, in honour of the 750th Anniversary of the foundation of Merton College, Oxford.

Five Anthems (91)
SATB Choir (and Organ).
No.1 – Psalm 91 – Qui Habitat. Commissioned by Josef Langermann for his wife, Kristy. Premiered by the Choir of St. George’s Church, Johannesburg, on 4th May 2014, directed by the composer.
No. 2 – Crown with love. Words by Ian M. Fraser. Premiered in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 10th May 2014.
No. 3 – Rise, Heart, thy Lord is risen. Words by G. Herbert. Commissioned by the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, and premiered by the choir of St. Pancras Church, London, in the National Gallery, London, on 16th May 2014, conducted by Christopher Batchelor.

No. 4 – Rex Gloriae. Words from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. Commissioned by the 2015 London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. First performed in St. Pancras Church, London, by the choir of St. Pancras Church, conducted by Christopher Batchelor, on 13th May 2015. Broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

No. 5 – Domine Exaudi. Words from Psalm 102, vv1-2. Commissioned and premiered on 23rd March 2016 by the St. George’s Chamber Choir, St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, South Africa, conducted by the composer.

Two Descants (92)
Choir and Organ.
No.1 – Angel voices ever singing. Premiered by Peter Black at the Choral Workshop in Christ Church, Pretoria, on 12th July 2014;
No. 2 – Cwm Rhondda commissioned and premiered by Kathleen Bird for the Alumni Choir of the Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt, in the Berliner Dom in 2014.

Twelve Anglo Saxon Sentences (93)
Solo voices and Organ. Words : Anglo-Saxon Poetry, Selected and Translated by Professor R.K. Gordon. Commissioned for the inaugural concert of the St. George’s Chamber Choir, and premiered by them on 10th December 2014, with Marnus Greyling (Organ).

CHORAL – SECULAR

King Henry VIII’s Apologia (35)
Large-scale Introit/Grace for unaccompanied SATB Choir. Words attributed to King Henry VIII. Commissioned and premiered in November 1996 by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, in honour of the 450th Anniversary of the foundation of Christ Church, Oxford, directed by Stephen Darlington.

Five Elizabethan Lyrics (61)
Five unaccompanied part songs, for lower voices divisi. Commissioned and premiered by the Clerks of Christ Church, Oxford, at the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building in St. Hilda’s College, Oxford, on 31st October 2003.

Four Poems of Stephen Crane (86)
Setting of poems for Vocal Quartet/ SATB Choir and Piano. Premiered by Vocal Scholars of the Royal Academy of Music, London, with Annika Burke, at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series on 22nd March 2013.

VOCAL AND PART SONGS

Five Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins (51)
Song cycle for solo Baritone and Piano. Premiered by Edward Jones (Baritone) and Robert Jones (Piano) in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 26th May 2005.

African-Caribbean Elegy (70)
Three part songs for unaccompanied SATB Choir.
No. 1 –There runs a dream. Words : A.J. Seymour.
No. 2 – To Those. Words : H. Telemaque.
No. 3 – Ancestor on the Auction Block. Words : V. Bell.

Premiered by the Chamber Choir of South Africa on 27th October 2010 at the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, directed by Michael Dingaan.

ORGAN (WITH OR WITHOUT OTHER INSTRUMENTS)

Psalm Prelude (4)
Arranged as Opus 4a for solo Organ and Strings in 2012. Premiered by Dr. Theo van Wyk (Organ) and the Goldberg String Quartet on 31st March 2013, at St. George’s Church, Johannesburg.

Four Communion pieces for Organ (16)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. Dedicated to, and premiered by, Dr. Kenneth Pankhurst on Sundays throughout Lent in 1993, on the organ of All Hallows Church, Whitchurch, Hampshire.

Four Pieces for Organ, Set 1 (17)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Twelve Short Interludes for Organ (25)
Solo Organ. Various movements premiered by the work’s dedicatee, Kathleen Berthold, at the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Frankfurt in 1994. First complete performance given by Iain Farrington at the Annual Festival of New Organ Music, on the Rieger organ of St. Marylebone Church, London, on 1st August 2009.

Four Pieces for Organ, Set 2 (27)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Two Christmas Pieces for Organ (32)
Solo Organ. Premiered by the composer on the organ of the Chapel of St. Edward’s School, Oxford, on 16th December 1996.

Four Hymn Preludes for Organ (34)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Opus 34A. Two Short Pieces for Organ. Edited by the composer in 2016, and premiered by Alexander Eadon on the organ of St. Saviour’s Church, Eastbourne, on 6th June 2016.

Four Hymn Preludes for Organ, Set 2 (39)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Two Short Organ Pieces (40)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd in 1998.

Agnus Dei (41)
Solo Flute and Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. First performed by Sarah Pantcheff (Flute) and Richard Pantcheff (Organ) on 21st December 1998, at Christ Church, Smannell, Hampshire.

Palm Sunday Processional (42)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. 1999.

A Christmas Fugue (43)
Solo Organ. Premiered by the composer on the organ of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 13th December 1998.

Two Organ Pieces for Passiontide and Easter (44)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. 1998.

Four Short Liturgical Interludes (45)
Solo Organ. Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. Premiered by the composer on the organ of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 13th December 1998.

Three Hymn Preludes for Organ (52)
Commissioned and published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Sonata for Organ (67)
Premiered by Clive Driskill-Smith on the Klais organ at St. John’s Smith Square, London, on 8th December 2008.

Suite for Organ (72)
Solo Organ. Premiered by Clive Driskill-Smith (Organ) on the organ of Leeds Great Town Hall on 23rd January 2012.

Diptych for Derek Cooper (73)
Solo Organ. Premiered by the composer on the organ of the City Hall, Johannesburg, South Africa, in May 2010.

Sonata for Violin and Organ (74)
Premiered by Zanta Hofmeyr (Violin) and Wim Viljoen (Organ) at the Universiteitsoord Church, Pretoria, South Africa, on 27th September 2010.

Prelude and Fugue : The Phoenix of Johannesburg (75)
Solo Organ. Premiered by Jane Parker-Smith on the organ of the University of South Africa, Pretoria, on 17th September 2011.

Suite on South African Folk Tunes (78)
Trumpet and Organ; or Flute, Viola, and Piano. Premiered in the version for Trumpet and Organ by Jevon O’Donovan (Trumpet) and Jane Parker-Smith (Organ) at the ‘Irene’ Dutch Reformed Church, Johannesburg, South Africa, on 24th September 2011. Premiered in the version for Flute, Viola, and Piano, by ‘Trio with a Twist’, at the Nederburg Concert Series in South Africa, on 25th August 2013.

Fantasias for Organ (82)
Fantasia 150.
Solo Organ. Premiered by Dr. Theo van Wyk on the Rieger Organ of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 5th August 2012.

Fantasia on ‘Haec Dies’. Solo Organ. Commissioned for the 2017 London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. To be premiered on 10th May 2017, and broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

A Sequence for St. George (84)
Twelve short interludes for solo Organ. Premiered by Peter Black on the Rieger Organ of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, from 3rd June 2012 onwards.

Passacaglia on a Theme of Benjamin Britten (87)
Solo Organ. Written as part of the 100th Anniversary celebrations of the birth of Benjamin Britten. Premiered by Jane Parker-Smith on the organ of Essen Cathedral, on 11th September 2013.

Trio Sonatas for Organ (95)

Trio Sonata No. I – written in Johannesburg, South Africa, in October 2015.

INSTRUMENTAL (OTHER THAN ORGAN)

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano (2)
Premiered by David Teie (Cello) and Myriam Avalos-Teie (Piano) at the Victoria Bach Festival, Texas, USA on 5th June 1985.

String Quartet (3)
String Quartet in One Movement. Premiered by the Goldberg String Quartet, at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series on 16th March 2012.

Chorale Sonata (65)
Sonata for Stringed Instrument and Organ or Piano. First performed in the version for Violoncello and Piano by Susan Mouton (Violoncello) and Annalien Ball (Piano), on 21st July 2013, at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series in Johannesburg.

Sonata for Bassoon and Organ/Piano (69)
Premiered by Penelope Ives (Bassoon) and Annika Burke (Piano) at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series on 17th June 2012.

Nocturnus (90) 

Six works for solo instruments or ensembles :

I – Flugelhorn and Organ. Premiered by Jevon O’Donovan (Flugelhorn) and Marnus Greyling (Organ) at the Wakkerstroom  Music Festival on 22nd March 2014.

II – Violin and Harp. Premiered by Miro Chakaryan (Violin) and Ventura Rosenthal (Harp) at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series, on 6th April 2014.

III – Woodwind Trio. Premiered by the Umoya Ensemble at the Rand Club Chamber Music Series on 16th February 2014.

IV – Solo Cello. Commissioned for Jeremy Clarke on the occasion of his 60th birthday.

V – ‘Wind oor die Branders’ (‘Wind on the waves’). Solo piano. Commissioned for the seventieth birthday of Carl Franz Schelhase. First performed in Johannesburg, on 30th October 2015.

VI – ‘4th December 1976’. Solo organ. Written in memory of Benjamin Britten on the fortieth anniversary of his death. Commissioned by Gerrit Jordaan, who premiered the work at St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, on 2nd April 2017.

Suite – King Richard III (94)

Solo Violin. Interspersed with poems  by A.C. Swinburne. Commissioned by the English Music Festival, and premiered in Middleham, Yorkshire, England, by the work’s dedicatee Rupert Marshall-Luck, on 12th September 2015.

Introduction and Allegro (97)

Violin and Violoncello. Commissioned by Miro Chakaryan (Violin) and Wessel Beukes (Violoncello) and premiered by them on 4th November 2016 in St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg, as part of the Rand Club Chamber Music Series in Johannesburg.

Sonata for Piano (99)

Commissioned for Duncan Honeybourne.

ORCHESTRAL

On Hearing the Oxford Bells at Eventide (57)
Concert piece for Narrator and Orchestra. Words : Sir John Betjeman. Commissioned and premiered by the Oxford Orchestra da Camera in honour of its tenth anniversary. Premiered at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, on 28th September 2002, with Henry Kelly (Narrator), conducted by Howard Williams.

Nocturne (58)
Concert piece for Contrabassoon and Orchestra. Commissioned by Inge Hadorn, and premiered by her in the version for Contrabassoon and Piano, at St. Peter’s School, Johannesburg, on 8th June 2010, with Mark Baker (Piano).

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