Edited and with a new completion by Duncan Druce. For Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass soli, SATB chorus and Orchestra.
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.
Vocal Score edition of the Gloria RV 589, for soprano and alto soloists, SATB choir and orchestra. Edited by Jasmin Cameron.
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.
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.
Most of the English-speaking choral singers who make up their country's thriving choirs and choral societies will have sung Bach's great Passions in English at some time or other.
Brahms' famous German Requiem, held by some to have been written in memory of Schumann, by others in memory of the composer's mother. Edited with a new English translation by Michael Pilkington.
A splendid oratorio for Mezzo-soprano, Tenor and Bass with Chorus and Orchestra. Vocal Score with Piano reduction of orchestral material.
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.
Verdi's Requiem, in a updated edition by Michael Pilkington.
The Vocal Score for this stupendous creation of Bach's mighty genius, composed for SSATB soli, SSATB chorus and orchestra.
A sacred cantata recalling some of the incidents in the last days of the Saviour's life on earth.
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.
Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868) referred to his petite messe solennelle as the 'last mortal sin of my old age'.
Revised edition by Michael Pilkington.
Dvorak's Stabat Mater is his first setting of a religious text, which was begun in 1876.
Bach's Magnificat In D was originally composed in 1723 for the Christmas Vespers in Leipzig, with Christmas specific texts that would be later removed to make the work suitable for year-round performance.<
For solo voices, SATB chorus and Orchestra. Score and parts are available on hire from the publisher, which are newly engraved and correspond exactly with this vocal score. Edited with a new English translation by Neil Jenkins.
Beethoven's Mass In C was commissioned by Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy for the name-day of his wife Princess Maria, and was first performed on 13 September 1807.