“Jamie W Hall finds fresh things to say in his short, effective piece; after playing it through I quickly decided to programme it for Christmas services at Chichester in 2015″. on Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day from Sing, Oh! My Love.
Charles Harrison, Organist & Master of the Choristers, Chichester Cathedral.
“…and Jamie W Hall’s “As I Lay Upon A Night” which, to my ears, may be the one that makes it into the permanent repertoire.”
Steven Whitehead, Cross Rhythms
“…all clever pieces by important figures in choral music composition such as Francis Pott, Grayston Ives, Richard Lloyd and Jamie W. Hall.”
Jamie’s various choral works have been performed as far afield as Australia, broadcast on BBC radio and recorded for commercial release. His pieces are published by Novello and Chichester Music Press and have been included in choral anthologies. He has also received a number of commissions writing for professional choirs, children’s choirs and amateur parish choirs, producing works that play to the strengths of these very different groups. Indeed he enjoys working within such boundaries and successfully writes music which combines performability with originality.
Works – Liturgical
The Lord has Arisen (SSATB) Chichester Music Press – commissioned by the choir of the Chapels Royal, HM Tower of London.
Sleep, My Jesu (SATB, SSAA, ATBarB, unison voice + pno) A FREE DOWNLOAD in support of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Sing, Oh! My Love – Two carols for Christmastide. (SATB) Chichester Music Press. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day and Jesus Christ The Apple Tree.
Christmas Bells – (2 parts with piano/organ) An easy, non-religious carol for community choirs, male voice choirs or children. Chichester Music Press – COMING SOON.
Silent Night – (SATB) Chichester Music Press
Ave Verum Corpus (SABar) – easy setting for the parish choir of St Thomas More, Seaford.
Works – Secular
Sing My Name – Song cycle for high mezzo and piano with texts by Marianne L. James.
To Every Thing… (SATB) Chichester Music Press – a four-movement cycle setting texts by Reuben Thomas.
Spring (from To Every Thing…) Chichester Music Press
Summer (from To Every Thing…) Chichester Music Press
Autumn (from To Every Thing…) Chichester Music Press
Winter (from To Every Thing…) Chichester Music Press