1944

Before Sleeping
January 1944
Words Anonymous Unpublished
Dedicated to Keith Falkner
See Part Songs – unaccompanied p. 30
Quiet Conscience (Close now thine eyes and rest secure)
6 January 1944
Words attributed to King Charles I in error — actually by Francis Quarles
Unpublished

 

Evening Service In C, Op 107
January – February 1944
SATB with organ
Words – Cantate Domino, Psalm 98 and Deus Misereatur, Psalm 67
B–P Library, Box 3: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 10 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1945 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 27] [BL: F1147?]
Dedicated to T. Herbert Dobie

I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, Op 108
February 1944
Anthem for SATB choir and organ
Words from Ephesians 4 and 5
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 6 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1945 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 26] [BL: F1147] with tonic solfa

A Hymn of Thanksgiving for Victory (Not unto us, most mighty Lord)
23 August 1944
SATB choir, unaccompanied
Words Anonymous
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, vocal score, ink, dated, 8 pages and title page, (‘Paris liberated’)

Boosey & Co 1944 [Winthrop Rogers Church Choral Series No. 25] [BL: F1147] with tonic sol–fa

 

Symphony No. 3 In B@ (Westmorland), Op 104
1943–44
for full orchestra: 2 flutes (piccolo), 2 oboes, cor anglais, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets,
2 trombones, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, triangle, cymbals, harp, strings

  • ‘I will lift up mine eyes’
  • Cartmel Fell
  • Weathers
  • The Lake

Duration: 33’
B-P Library, Box 8: MS, full score, ink, 129 pages and title page, ‘finished 4 November 1944’
Assigned to Boosey & Hawkes for Hire
First performance 23 August 1945 – BBC in Manchester
See Piano p. 57