Paul Mealor's The Seabury Mass for SATB chorus and Organ.
This work was first performed at St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen, on Friday 14th November 2014, with the cathedral choir, conducted by Professor Andrew Morrisson.
Welsh composer Paul Mealor is perhaps best known as the composer of 'Wherever You Are', a setting of text from letters sent to military personnel by their partners. This composition was recorded as part of the BBC Two series The Choir: Military Wives, and helped Mealor gain recognition with the general public, eventually leading him to be named the 'nation's favourite living composer'.
In the September 2015 issue of the Organists' Review, Lee Dunleavy describes the "deft and effective opening, and the series of bombastic "bell" chords".