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 Emma Brown

Emma Brown



O Lux Beata Trinitas (Motet: SATB a capella)
O Nata Lux (Motet: SSATBarB a capella)
Sweet was the song the virgin sung (SATB a capella)
I sing of a maiden (SSAATTBB with optional solos)
Mater tenera (SSATBB )
Preces and Responses (The Leiden Service) (SATB divisi)
Rorate caeli (SATB )
Versicles, Responses, and the Lordís Prayer, St. Pancras (SATB )


Emma Brown was born in Nottingham in 1985. She read music at the University of Cambridge and singing and post-graduate composition at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, the Netherlands, specialising in church music. Inspiration for her choral compositions comes from a variety of sources, including the music of the Orthodox traditions, Gregorian chant and Counter-Reformation polyphony. Drawn to mystical texts, she sees her church music primarily as contemplative. Emma has also written chamber and theatre music. As a performer, she works internationally as a solo mezzo-soprano/alto.


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