Composer Publishers

Explore new repertoire from composer publishers. We’ve put together a video playlist featuring brief introductions from the composers and samples for you to listen to. You will also find links to scores and to individual media below.

Ben Parry

Just being me

Please contact Ben Parry for a licensed PDF to make copies.

Ian Assersohn

Sleep softly now

For more information visit Apple Tree Music

Sun (from Ionian Mass)

For more information visit Ionian Mass.

Toby Huelin


I wrote this simple two-part choir piece a few years back, setting words by my grandmother. The piece has taken on a new meaning this year in these difficult times, as the joy of being together with friends and family has been taken away from so many of us. I hope that this piece offers a more positive vision of the future, when we can all be together – and sing together – once more.

I’m happy to offer this piece for free to any choirs that would like to sing it, and I could also provide a piano backing track to aid virtual rehearsals and performances. Just send me a message via the ‘Contact’ page on my website,

Thanks for reading!

David Fawcett

The birthday of my life

For more information visit

Hope on, dear Heart

Matt Jelf

Just a thin red line

Matt Jelf is a choral music specialist and has taught music in the primary and prep sector for over ten years, conducting choirs and running workshops for SingUp. He studied for a BA at York University and a PG Diploma in music education in London.

Recent works include ‘Just a Thin Red Line’, a collection of songs for primary school voices designed to teach children the story of the invention of music notation premiered by the Chorakademie Dortmund as part of their UK tour.

As yet, there is no recording and further performances (and the possibility to record) would be welcome. Please contact Matt Jelf for more information.

Alan Bullard


Written during the COVID lockdown in April 2020, this piece reflects on the healing qualities of the rainbow, the symbol of the NHS during the crisis. It is written for SATB with piano, but can equally well be sung by unison voices and piano. Download licences for copies of the score are available from Rehearsal/recording tracks, and an orchestral accompaniment track (as used on the video), is available here. See also

Simon Davies

Miserere – Tribute to Purcell

For more information contact

Maggi Warren

Bring Joy to the World

For more information visit

Are You Going to Scarborough Faire?

Heather Percy

In the garden

For more information contact Heather Percy

Agnus Dei

Stan Kell

Sir Christemas

For more information contact Stan Kell.

Robin Stopford

For more information contact Robin Stopford.

In the bleak midwinter

Silent Night

A prayer book

Janet Wheeler

Singing in a Choir

For more information please contact Janet Wheeler

or visit MazeMusic

Rob Kerr


for SATB a cappella with divisi.

This is the final movement of a five-part choral work I started during lockdown, themed around the Kubler-Ross model of the five stages of grief commonly referenced in popular culture. The final stage is ‘Acceptance’.

For more information please contact Rob Kerr.

Mark Sproson

Quem pastores laudevere

For more information contact Mark Sprosen

Peter Burton

Come and sing the Christmas Story

For more information visit See also Exhibition

The people who in darkness walked

Maurice Davies

For more information contact Maurice Davies

It was a lover

The Promise