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A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer, for Tenor and Bass solo, SATB Choir with Organ accompaniment, with hymns for congregational participation.
Mendelssohn’s Elijah is an oratorio for SATB soli, SATB chorus, orchestra and organ, with the text derived from the Lutheran Bible by Julius Schubring.
W.A Mozart's Mass In C Minor K.427/417a as edited and reconstructed by Philip Wilby, for two Sopranos, Tenor and Bass soloists, and double SATB Choir with Piano reduction, by Michael Pilkington.
The enduring classic Oratorio for SATB chorus and STB soli. This vocal score, edited and arranged by Michael Pilkington, contains a piano/organ accompaniment and English text.
A sacred oratorio arranged for SATB with piano part.
Revised edition by Michael Pilkington. Latin text.
A meditation upon the death of Christ for Tenor and Bass soli, SATB chorus and Organ.
The score to G.F. Handel's Dixit Dominus, the Three Vesper Psalms No.1, as edited by Watkins Shaw. Latin Text.
A sacred cantata recalling some of the incidents in the last days of the Saviour's life on earth.
The vocal score to J.S. Bach's St. John Passion BWV 245, as edited in a new English version by Neil Jenkins. English and German Text.
Revised edition by Michael Pilkington Haydn's Nelson Mass is the third of six settings for the name day of Princess Maria Josepha Hemengild Esterhazy.
Dvorak's Mass in D Op.86 was completed in 1887. Edited by Michael Pilkington.
Handel's A major setting of the Te Deum (HWV282), a companion piece to the anthem Let God Arise, also now available, first performed at the Chapel Royal in 1724.
Revised edition by Michael Pilkington.