Church Organ World Publications has published Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh Volume 3, which includes Chris's Adoration at the Crib
A performance by Steven Maxson
The Jolly Shepherd (published by Paraclete Press) has been reviewed in the December 2023 edition of Organists' Review, The review may be read on the Reviews page.
Two of Chris's Christmas choral pieces published by Paraclete Press, The World's Desire and A little child there is yborn, have been reviewed in the RSCM's Sunday by Sunday magazine. They may be read on the Reviews page.
Chris has recently completed two paid commissions. A few weeks ago he composed a setting of 'Rejoice in the Lord', requested for the 40th anniversary celebrations of the present St Bartholomew's Church and Centre in East Ham. He has just finished Ars Vitae, a cycle of songs for two bass-baritones with piano accompaniment, commissioned by Simon Scott Plummer.
The Linden Tree Carol has been published by Paraclete Press. It can be found here.
Jesus to your table led, published by Paraclete Press, has received a very positive review in the RSCM's Sunday by Sunday
Paraclete will be publishing The Seas are Quiet, a performance of which may be heard here
I sing of a Maiden has been reviewed very favourably by Dr David Barton in a blogpost 12 Quick-to-Learn Christmas Choral Ideas
Paraclete will be publishing Lumen Christi, a suite of organ pieces based on plainsong melodies; and Spirit Divine, attend our prayers, an anthem for Whitsuntide for SATB and organ
More great reviews of Chris's music have been published: this time in the September 2022 edition of Organists' Review
All reviews of Chris's compositions may be found here
The Christmas piece, Ad cantus leticie has been published by Paraclete Press
The Christmas piece, The Jolly Shepherd has been published by Paraclete Press. This work has been performed by several choirs, broadcast on the radio by the Voluntary Choir of Derby Cathedral, and recorded on CD by the choir for which it was composed: that of St Margaret's, Lee, London