Songs and Song Cycles

Adam talks to temptation, 2012

Alleluia, 2004

The burning babe, 2013

By the roadside (Walt Whitman) (solo and string orchestra) , 2015

  1. A farm picture
  2. A child’s amaze
  3. Beautiful women
  4. The runner

The evening sun, 2015

The Faeries, 2015

Go heart, 1983

The Golden Mean, 2014

In freezing winter night, 1989*

In the carpenter shop, 2016

Judas to Jesus, 2011

Cradle Song- Ere the moon begins to rise, 2008

Lies, 2016 

Naomi, you shall not call me (from Ruth), 1996

A NOISELESS, patient spider, 2014

Poems by A.E.Housman, 2014

  1. With rue my heart is laden

Poems by John Keats, 2015

  1. On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer
  2. A song about myself
  3. To one who has been long in city pent

Prayer of St. Francis, 2012

Psalm 47, 2004

Psalm 150, 2015

Reading Gaol, 2008

The record of John, 1982

Reflection: Three Poems by Emily Bronte, 2012

  1. The sun has set
  2.  Fall, leaves, fall
  3. The sun has set

Seeker (solo, recorder, cello, piano), 2016

Serenity, 2014

A shepherd band, 1982*

Snow flakes fall softly, 2013

Song of Thanks, 2012

Spring, 2013 

Tell me, tell me, smiling child, 2015

Three Christmas songs,1982

Three inscriptions by Walt Whitman, 2015

  1. Beginning my studies
  2. A clear midnight
  3. Animals

 Three songs for baritone, cello, piano, 2016

  1. Annabel Lee
  2. Mild the mist
  3. The sun has set

Time is sleeping, 2014

The Tyger, 2012

Villanelle, 2013

When Mary goes walking, 2016 

Your God shall be my God (from Ruth), 1996

Zechariah, do not fear (from John), 1997

Five Poems of Emily Dickinson, 2013

  1. I taste a liquor
  2. Hope
  3. So set its sun in thee
  4. A drop fell on the apple tree
  5. A bird came down the walk

Four Romantic Songs, 2008

  1. When I was one-and-twenty
  2. Ozymandias
  3. When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer
  4. So, we’ll go no more a-roving

I’m Nobody – Three poems by Emily Dickinson, 2008

  1. I’m nobody! Who are you?
  2. WILL there really be a morning?
  3. If I can stop one heart from breaking

A man young and old, 2011

  1. No Second Troy
  2. On being asked for a War Poem
  3. That Crazed Girl
  4. My fiftieth year

Poems by William Blake, 2013

  1. The Tyger
  2. The Lamb
  3. Holy Thursday (1)
  4. Spring
  5. The poison tree
  6. London (1)
  7. London (2)
  8. Holy Thursday (2)
  9. The Little Vagabond

Reflection: Three Poems by Emily Bronte,

  1. Fall, leaves, fall
  2. The Sun Has Set 1
  3. The Sun Has Set 2

The Seasons: Four Poems of Emily Dickinson, 2006

  1. Winter: There’s a certain slant of light
  2. Spring: A light exists in spring
  3. Summer: It will be Summer-eventually
  4. Autumn: Besides the autumn poets sing  

Songs of the spirit, 2011

  1. What if?
  2. Sailing to Byzantium
  3. Who is this?
  4. This quiet dust
  5. To see the world in a grain of sand

Three Latin poems of Catullus, 2001

  1. I hate and I love
  2. Atalanta picks up the apples
  3. To Diana