A Hymn To The Virginfor unaccompanied chorus is one of Benjamin Britten's earliest works. It is in fact one of the earliest surviving pieces of church music written by the composer.
Britten's Jubilate is written for SATB choir and Organ accompaniment.
Britten's Te Deum In C is arranged for Treble (Soprano) solo, SATB choir and Organ accompaniment.
Revised edition and Organ accompaniment.
These part-songs were the first of Britten's works to be published. In 1932 Britten showed the pieces to John Ireland during discussions about proofs and possible transpositions.