I need music for a particular season or festival.
I need music particularly for Communion, or Morning or Evening Service.
My choir sings mostly in unison
I need transposed music for clarinets and other instruments
I want music by a particular composer.
are strophic settings of verses from the Book of Psalms paraphrased into metre. They were widely sung in the West Gallery period, and these settings offer an opportunity to bring them back into modern usage.
have strophic texts which, though often based on passages of scripture, are not direct paraphrases.
are through-composed settings of sacred prose texts. Set pieces are also classified in this section; they are through-composed settings of verse texts.
Canticles and music for particular services
include hymns, anthems and liturgical settings for Communion, and Morning and Evening Services. Included are canticle settings for Matins and Evensong as given in the Book of Common Prayer.
were traditionally sung outside people's homes on Christmas Eve, rather than as part of a church service.
Three part settings
are gathered here. They are mostly for SAB voices, and will suit choirs short of male singers.
of editions especially suited for use at workshops for singers unfamiliar with the West Gallery idiom.
in the West Gallery style by Francis Roads.
gives catalogue numbers of all Roding Music editions.