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21 September 2018:
There are another three pieces added today, for Mixed voices the romantic song 'Tell Me' and the old English song 'The Gypsy Rover'.

For Male voices, there is now a new arrangement of the lovely old English song 'The Foggy, Foggy Dew'.

All these include very varied and excellent piano accompaniments and also lots of variety for the singers.

3 September 2018:
New pieces are regularly being added - the latest two are for mixed voice choirs, We Love To Sing Our Music, which is a lot of fun to sing and has been well received by audiences, and a beautiful arrangement for unaccompanied voices of The Water is Wide, or Waly Waly. Check them out!

9 May 2018:
We have just added nine new pieces, nearly all of them are for unaccompanied singing, but if it is preferred to use a piano accompaniment the vocal lines are there for the pianist. Check out Just Awearyin' For You, O Brother Man and When De Stars Begin To Fall. Also, The Yeoman of England is a really good Male Voice Choir piece, now available.

17 December 2017:
"The Rowan Tree" is now available for SATB, SSAA and TTBB. This is a traditional Scottish piece that is really lovely and deserves to be heard.

The TTBB version of "Green, Green" from the New Christy Minstrels back in the 1960s has now have been completed and is available.

More new pieces to follow soon.

In the meantime we wish our customers a very happy Christmas and very musical 2018!

9 November 2017:
A new arrangement of the beautiful Scottish song 'The Rowan Tree' is now available for SATB choirs. We are now working on TTBB and SSAA versions which will follow in due course.

Do keep checking our site for further details.

23 October 2017:
Check out the new arrangement of 'All I Have To Do Is Dream', made famous by the Everly Brothers. This is a new Male Voice Choir arrangement.

Also coming shortly is a new Male Voice Choir arrangement of 'Green, Green', made famous by the New Christy Minstrels. Watch this space!

9 October 2017:
Check out some of the recent additions to the catalogue, including:
Lark in the Clear Air (for unaccompanied voices)
In the Eyes of God
The Road of Life

Walking to Bethlehem
Child in the Manger
The Christmas Rose
Let the Bells Ring Out (can be sung unaccompanied)

More pieces will be added shortly. Please watch this space!

February 2015:
New pieces will shortly start to come through, please check the online catalogue on the website for further details of the pieces.

For 2015 we are especially concentrating on Christmas music and are offering a special 10% discount on ALL orders received up to 14th November 2015, apart from the 'Christmas for Choirs' series of carol books. For full details of this offer please see the Home page.

June 2013:
A brand new arrangement of a selection of pieces from 'Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat', by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, is now available for Male Voice Choirs throughout the UK and Europe.

The full length is about 9 minutes 45 seconds, and there are excerpts from seven of the most well known songs in the show. This is an excellent arrangement, with plenty of variety, and will be very much appreciated by choirs and audiences alike. See the full details in our catalogue. The full score costs £4.50, and the vocal score, ie with no piano part, is only £2.75.

May 2012:
A batch of new pieces is now starting to feed through to our catalogue, and the first few of these are as follows:

This is a superb and patriotic song, with the music actually being written by two Germans. This is so appropriate for male voice choirs!

A wonderfully inspiring and beautiful religious piece. One can hear 'In Christ Alone' from time to time being performed on BBC's Songs of Praise programmes.

Two new versions for the moment, and the SATB version that is already in our catalogue has been revised and updated to a better version. An SSA version is also on the way!

Work in progress, amongst others, includes TTBB, SATB and SSA versions of THE DARK ISLAND.

This is often thought to be a traditional Scottish piece, but was in fact originally written for the BBC's mini series of the same name, aired in the sixties.

The Dark Island has one of the most haunting melodies you could wish to find! The arrangements will reflect this, of course.

Watch this space, and do keep checking our catalogue listings online at If you prefer to have a hard copy, please email accordingly, leaving your name and address and the name of the choir you represent.

July 2011:
We are delighted to announce a collaboration between Andrew Goddard and Richard Evans, lyricist.

Richard comes from a singer-songwriter background and has toured internationally. He has also spent time as a house writer for publishers in Nashville. He brings a fresh approach to the catalogue and we will be hoping to bring you a lot of jointly-produced pieces in the future.

The first two pieces have already been completed. The first is The Little Match Girl, a carol based on the charming film of the same name. This has been produced for male voice, mixed voice and ladies choirs.

The second piece is a most atmospheric song called The Colliers’ Lament. This is designed for male voice choirs only.

Full details of these pieces can now be found in our online catalogue.

May 2011:
We have just added about sixty new songs and arrangements to our catalogue. Here are a few comments about some of these new additions:

An English Country Garden
The well-known traditional tune but with brand new words. If you want to give the audience a laugh this is the piece to do it!

The Weather Forecast
You don’t want this sort of weather down your way! New words, new music, new laughs! Sung to two original psalm chants.

Beloved England

A new song and the words are especially appropriate for all choirs in England. Inspired by this beautiful country.

Waltzes From Vienna

A new selection for Mixed Voice Choirs, and lasts for about 13 minutes if you perform all of it.

This is Johann Strauss (father and son) music from beginning to end, at its very best. Beautiful well-known melodies, with lots of variation. If your choir is looking for something popular, something well-known and very melodic, yet something different, with some of the most endearing melodies ever written, this is it!  

More selections are being planned for the future, but this first one is unmissable. Not only will you enjoy singing the music, you can be sure the audiences will absolutely love it!

Full scores and Vocal scores (without piano part) are available.

I Write the Songs (Written by Bruce Johnston)

A new arrangement of this well-known song which has been hugely popular over the years. (Male Voice choir only).

Down by the Sally Gardens

New arrangements of this beautiful and emotive song. Did you know that the word ‘Sally’ actually means ‘willow’?