MARTIN DALBY

Catalogue of Works - Hymn Tunes, Library Music and Music for Film, TV and Radio

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HYMN TUNES, LIBRARY MUSIC AND MUSIC FOR TV AND RADIO

HYMN TUNES

O God the Joy of Heaven Above (Souster) (1968) LM
choir (SATB or unison) and organ
Commissioned by The Church Hymnary Trust and published in The Church Hymnary, Third Edition (OUP), Hymn No 149. The words set are by Charles Coffin (1676-1749)

God be in my Head (Pettronsen) (1968) Irregular metre
unison voices or solo voice and organ
Commissioned by The Church Hymnary Trust and published in The Church Hymnary, Third Edition (OUP), Hymn No 433. The words set are from the Book of Hours (London, 1514)

Recording: Paisley Abbey Choir, John Langdon (organ), directed by George McPhee. O Sing A New Song, Scotlands Hymns Today,
Decca Eclipse, ECS 2156, Side 1 band 5.

Sun of my Soul (Connolly) (1968) LM
choir (SATB or unison) and organ
Commissioned by The Church Hymnary Trust and published in The Church Hymnary, Third Edition (OUP), Hymn No 647. The words are by John Keble (1792-1866)

Jesus, strengthen those who suffer (Courage in Christ) (1970)
Commissioned by New Catholic Hymnal, 1971, Hymn No. 121. Words by Peter Westmore.
Faber and Faber

HYMN TUNE ARRANGEMENTS
Immortal Invisible: St Denio (Joanna):
Welsh hymn melody based on a folk tune, words by Walter Chalmers Smith (1824-1908) based on 1 Timothy 1:17.
Arranged for BBC 1ís Songs of Praise following the death of the Queen Mother in 2002: chorus (congregation), 1100, 0230, hp, org, strgs 11111   Scottish Music Centre (Hire)

The Glamis Hymn: Westminster Abbey (Belville), based on concluding Alleluias in an anthem by Purcell, words by Michael Hare Duke . Arranged for BBC 1ís Songs of Praise following the death of the Queen Mother in 2002: chorus (congregation), 1100, 0230, hp, org, strgs 11111 Scottish Music Centre (Hire)

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord (Paraphrase 54): Jackson ( Byzantium ) by Thomas Jackson. 1715-81 Arranged for BBC1ís Songs of Praise following the death of the Queen Mother in 2002): sop solo, chorus (congregation), 1100, 0030, hp, org, strgs 11111 Scottish Music Centre (Hire)

Blessing and Honour and Glory and Power Scottish traditional tune.  Chorus (congregation), flt, 2tpts, 3 troms , hp, org, strgs 11111
Morning Service, BBC Radio 4, 30 May 2002.
Scottish Music Centre (Hire)



Queens Jubilee (Son of God, eternal Saviour). Music by James Hunter, words by Somerset Cory Lowry (1852-1932). Chorus (congregation) 1100, 0230, hp, org, strgs 11111Morning Service, BBC Radio 4, 30 May 2002. Scottish Music Centre (Hire)

One is the Body Melody and Words by John L. Bell. SATB Chorus, flt, 3 troms , hp, strgs 11111 . Morning Service, BBC Radio 4, 30 May 2002. Scottish Music Centre (Hire)

LIBRARY MUSIC
Background music for the exclusive use of film, radio and television companies.

Notturno Rapido Duration 4 minutes. Orchestral 
Boosey and Hawkes recording 'The New Concert Orchestra'
Boosey and Hawkes Background Music, SBH 3013, Side 2 band 1

Youth Duration 4 minutes. 1(picc)11(b.clt)1, hn, pno, 2perc, vcl.
Three sketches: Opening, Siesta, Closing
Boosey and Hawkes Recording.
Boosey and Hawkes Background Music, SBH 3019.


MUSIC FOR TELEVISION AND RADIO

Zoo Year (1965) Duration 13 minutes 13 seconds : flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and double bass.
Music for a documentary film about the changing seasons at Edinburgh Zoo.
Commissioned by Films of Scotland

Marriage á la Mode (1968) 7 minutes 30 seconds: voice (the actors), 2 lutes and theorbo
Arrangements of three songs for the play by John Dryden for the BBC's Third Programme.

1. Why should a foolish marriage vow? (by Robert Smith)
2. Oh for the pangs of a desperate lover (by Alph. Marsh)
3. When Alexis lay prest (by Nicholas Staggins)

Ploughman¹s Share Duration 6 minutes 41 seconds: flute, clarinet(bass clarinet), harp, celeste, tuned percusssion, 4 cellos.
Titles and incidental music for TV drama.
BBC2 27 February 1979

Square Mile of Murder (1980) Duration 5 minutes 18 seconds: clarinet, bassoon, horn, 2 violins, viola, cello and bass.
Opening and closing titles for 6-part TV drama series, accounts of murders each of which took place in the Charing Cross area of Glasgow.
BBC2 June - July 1980

The Victorians Duration 3 minutes: solo harp
Signature tune for short radio series on the Victorians.
BBC Radio Scotland 1982

Eve Set the Balls of Corruption Rolling Duration 3 minutes: (The Reunion)
girls voices and upright piano
School song forming opening and closing titles of the TV production of Marcella Evaristi's play. Recorded by the girls of Notre Dame school, Glasgow.
BBC2 30 March 1982

Refugee Duration 6 minutes 15 seconds: flute(alto flute), harp, cymbalom and marimba
TV Documentary presented by Peter Ustinov.
BBC2 14 August 1983

Portrait of Isa Mulvenny (1984) Duration 11 minutes: flute, clarinet, horn, trumpet, viola and cello
Titles and incidental music for TV drama
BBC2 3 September 1985

Paris (1985) Duration about 9 minutes: piano solo
Titles and incidental music for TV drama.
BBC2 25 June 1985
Concert Version: see Paris Sketches under solo piano music (Duration 7.00)

Let's See: Winter Duration 10 minutes 50 seconds: solo piano
Music for ten minute silent film for schoolchildren. Shot in black and white. The music is continuous throughout the film and is composed precisely to shot. It was performed in the recording by Peter Seivewright.
BBC2 12 January 1989; repeat 13 January 1989
Concert Version: see Cartoon Music under Solo Piano Music (Duration about 5 minutes.)

Effie's Burning Duration 3 minutes 45 seconds: 2 trumpets, 2 horns, 2 trombones and bassoon.
Opening and closing titles for television play by Valerie Windsor
BBC1, 29 August 1990

Cod Opera Duration 3 minutes 20 seconds: three singers: soprano, tenor and baritone; flute, 2 horns, 2 violins, viola, cello and doublebass.
a fantasy sequence, words by William McIlvanney for his TV play Dreaming.
BBC2 Sunday 24 March 1991

Arrangements for BBC 1's Songs of Praise:
chorus, 1100, 0230, org, hp, 11111

Immortal Invisible: St Denio (Joanna), Welsh hymn melody based on a folk tune, words by Walter Chalmers Smith 1824-1908 based on 1 Timothy 1:17

The Glamais Hymn: Westminster Abbey (Belville), based on concluding Alleluias in ananthem by Purcell, words by Michael Hare Duke

I'm not ashamed to won my Lord (Paraphrase 54): Jackson (Byzantium) by Thomas Jackson. 1715-81
Composer or Scottish Music Information Centre (Hire)

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