Extract from a Quaker cantata

Occasionally my musical and Quaker worlds collide, never more so than in my recent cantata ‘The Nayler Passion’, produced by The Leaveners in November. It’s a 75 minute piece for piano, lute, chorus and baritone soloist. It tells the story of early Quaker leader James Nayler, drawing parallels with the Christian passion narrative.

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2 thoughts on “Extract from a Quaker cantata

  1. just bumped into an iPad APP from Steinway (Etude) for learning piano. I am age 69 and played my first piano recital at age 7 (when my 30-minute piano lesson cost $2 – my father had to work a full hour to earn). Intrigued. I went to your other blog and am now subscribed.

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