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Robert Hugill

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Life

Born: 3 July 1955

Biography

Robert Hugill is a London based composer. Robert's cantata The Testament of Dr. Cranmer was issued on CD in 2007 on the Divine Art record label, in a performance by the eight:fifteen vocal ensemble under their conductor, Paul Brough. His motet, Deus in adjutorium (from the collection Tempus per annum), was given its Italian premiere in August 2008 in Verona by London Concord Singers and conductor Malcolm Cottle. This group also premièred Robert's The Woodward Scale in March 2009. A number of Robert's orchestra works have been premièred in London by the Salomon Orchestra (under conductor Adrian Brown). Robert's opera Garrett received its first performances in 2001 at Hoxton Hall, and his second opera When a man knows was premièred in June 2010 and received its first stage performances in March 2011 in a production by Ian Caddy at the Bridewell Theatre, London. Volume 3 of his collection Tempus per Annum (containing motets for the first 18 weeks of Ordinary Time) was issued in August 2011. His Elegy for baritone and piano sextet was premièred by the London Schubert Ensemble in August 2011. His songs were placed in the A E Housman competition, the Ivor Gurney competition and the 2012 Diamond Songs competition organised by the English Poetry and Song Society.

Robert's setting of the Advent Prose was premiered on December 6 2014 by Alistair Dixon and the Chapelle du Roi, in his Faith, Hope and Charity for choir and solo cello, was premiered in December 2014 by Matthew Collins and the London Concord Singers with cellist Corinne Morris.

See also: Robert Hugill's editor page.

List of choral works

Tempus per Annum

Motets for the church's year setting the Latin introits for Sundays and major feasts. Motets for Advent, Christmas, Lent, Passiontide, Easter, Pentecost and Trinity Sunday are all SATB (some with minor divisi), those for Ordinary Time are five- and six-part. If you do use any of these for performance, do please let Robert Hugill know (e-mail: robert@planethugill.com).

Introits for Advent and Christmastide

  • Ad te levavi To Thee have I lifted up my soul - First Sunday in Advent
  • Populus Sion People of Sion - Second Sunday in Advent
  • Gaudete Rejoice in the Lord always - Third Sunday in Advent
  • Rorate coeli Drop down dew, ye heavens - Fourth Sunday in Advent
  • Hodie scietis This day you shall know that the Lord will come - Vigil of the Nativity of Our Lord
  • Dominus dixit ad me The Lord hath said to me - The Nativity of Our Lord, First Mass at Midnight
  • Lux fulgebit A light shall shine - The Nativity of Our Lord, Second Mass at Dawn
  • Puer natus est nobis A child is born to us - The Nativity of Our Lord, Third Mass during the Day
  • Deus in loco sancto suo God in His Holy Place - Sunday in the Octave of Christmas: The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
  • Salve, sancta parens Hail, Holy Mother - January 1st: Mary, Mother of God
  • Dum medium silentium While all things were in quiet silence - 2nd Sunday after Christmas
  • Ecce advenit dominatur Dominus Behold the Lord the Ruler is come - Mass for the Epiphany
  • Dilexisti justitiamThou hast loved justice and hated iniquity - Sunday after Epiphany, Baptism of the Lord

Introits for Lent and Passiontide

Introits for Eastertide

Introits for Pentecost and Trinity Sunday

Introits for Ordinary Time

  • In excelso throno - Upon a high throne - 1st Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATB)
  • Omnis terra - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATB)
  • Adorate Deum - Adore God, all you angels - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SAATB)
  • Laetetur cor - Let the hearts that seek the Lord rejoice - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SAATB)
  • Venite, adoremus Deum - Come let us adore God - 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTB)
  • Esto mihi in Deum - Be Thou unto me a God - 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTB)
  • Domine, in tua misericordia - O Lord I have hoped in Thy mercy - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATBB)
  • Factus est Dominus - The Lord became my protector - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATBB)
  • Respice in me - Look Thou upon me - 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATB)
  • Dominus illuminatio mea- The Lord is my light - 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATB)
  • Exaudi Domine (Dominus illuminatio mea part 2) - Hear, O Lord - 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATB)
      • Dominus illuminatio mea - full - full version of Dominus illuminatio mea consisting of Part 1 (10th Sunday in Ordinary Time) and Part 2 (11th Sunday in Ordinary Time)
  • Dominus, fortitudo plebis suae - The Lord is the strength of His people - 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SAATB)
  • Omnes gentes - Clap you hands, all ye nations - 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SAATB)
  • Suscepimus, Deus - We have received Thy mercy, O God - 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTB)
  • Dum clamarem ad Dominum - When I cried to the Lord - 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTB)
  • Ecce Deus - Behold God is my helper - 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATBB)
  • Deus in loco sancto suo a5 - God in His holy place - 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATBB)
  • Deus in adjutorium - Incline unto my aid, O God - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time (T solo & SATB, or SATTB)
  • Respice Domine - Have regard, O Lord - 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATB)
  • Protector noster - Behold, O God, our protector - 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time (S(S)ATB)
  • Inclina, Domine - Bow down Thine ear, O Lord - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATB)
  • Miserere mihi, Domine - Have mercy on me, O Lord - 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Justus es, Domine - Thou art just, O Lord - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Da pacem Domine - Give peace, O Lord - 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Salus populi - I am the salvation of the people - 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTBB)
  • Omnia quae fecisti - All that thou hast done to us, O Lord - 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SAATBB)
  • In voluntate tua - All things are in Thy will, O Lord - 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Si iniquitates (De Profundis) - If Thou shalt observe iniquities, O Lord - 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTBB)
  • Ego Clamavi - I have called out because you answer me, O God - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SATTBB)
  • Laetetur cor a 6 - Let the hearts that seek the Lord rejoice - 30th and 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Ne derelinquas me - Forsake me not, O Lord - 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATTB)
  • Intret oratio mea - Let my prayer enter into your presence - 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATBB)
  • Dicit Dominus - The Lord says: "I am pondering thoughts of peace" - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (SSATBB)

Introits for major feasts


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