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===Secular music===
 
===Secular music===

Revision as of 14:21, 17 March 2020

Life

Born: 1954

Biography

Jeremy Rawson is a musician living and working in Berkshire, England, with experience in many musical styles and organisations. His main interest is in composition, and the composer section of his website (see below) lists a number of his musical works which are for sale or available for free download. Most of the music has been successfully performed by schools, church choirs and groups and solo performers.

For many years he was a member of the BBC Symphony Chorus, singing a large and challenging repertoire in many concerts, both in the UK and abroad, and in recording sessions each year. He has also sung with a number of local choirs in the Reading area and he conducts the Gratis Choir, based in Reading.

If you use any of the music listed below, your comments and feedback would be welcomed, as would information about when performances will take place. Please go to the feedback form on the composer's website to leave your comments and performance information.

List of choral works

Sacred music

Introits - a project to compose introits in SATB and SAB for the whole year

Secular music



Click here to search for this composer on CPDL

Publications

External links