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Sheet music for Antony Pitts
Choir Sacred SATB choir (SATB choir)
SATB. Composed by Antony Pitts. Choral (Sacred); Choral Worship Collection; Collections; Performance Music Ensemble; Worship Resources. Faber Edition. Christmas. Book. Faber Music #12-0571523250. Published by Faber Music (AP.12-0571523250).
Choir Sacred (SATB choir)
SATB, a cappella. Composed by Antony Pitts. Choral (Sacred); Choral Octavo; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles; Worship Resources. Faber Edition: Faber New Choral Works. Sacred. Choral Octavo. Faber Music #12-0571520839. Published by Faber Music (AP.12-0571520839).
Choir Sacred (SATB choir)
SATB, a cappella. Composed by Antony Pitts. Choral (Sacred); Choral Worship Collection; Collections; Performance Music Ensemble; Worship Resources. Faber Edition: Faber New Choral Works. Masterwork; Sacred. Book. Faber Music #12-0571518303. Published by Faber Music (AP.12-0571518303).
Composed by Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625). Arranged by Alexander L'Estrange and Antony Pitts. CD Only. Beriato Music #SEL8557681. Published by Beriato Music (BT.SEL8557681).
By The Choir of King's College London; Alexander May; Graham Thorpe; Gareth Wilson. By Robert Busiakiewicz; William Byrd; Francis Grier; Francis Grier; Matthew Kaner; Rob Keeley; Jean Lheritier; Matthew Martin; Silvina Milstein; Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina; Jacob Clemens Non Papa; Jacob Clemens Non Papa; Antony Pitts; Francis Pott; Gar. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.DCD34146).
Piano Duet, Piano Triet - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by John Pitts (1976-). 21st Century, World, Folk, African, Asian. Score, Sheet Music Single. 150 pages. Published by Intensely Pleasant Music (S0.254827).
Antony Pitts was born in 1969 and sang as a boy in the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace. He was an Academic Scholar and later Honarary Senior Scholar at New College, Oxford, where he founded Tonus Peregrinus (8-part choir, released 2 CDs on Naxos, including the chart-topping "Passio" by Arvo Pärt). He graduated in 1990 with First-Class Honours in Music and in 1992 joined the BBC, where he now works part-time as a Senior Producer for BBC Radio 3. In 1996 he received the Radio Academy BT Award for an interactive internet experiment called "Facing the Radio", and for New Year’s Eve 1999 he devised an 18-hour history of Western Music called "The Unfinished Symphony". He has composed since an early age and his music has been premiered in the Wigmore Hall in London and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. In the last few years he has written pieces for the Swingle Singers, the Choir of Westminster Cathedral, the Clerks’ Group, and the Oxford Camerata. The Berlin Radio Choir commissioned his "XL", a forty part motet to complement Thomas Tallis’s "Spem in Alium", for first performance in March 2003 in the Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal in Berlin.