All of our editions are now free to download. See the complete catalogue for a larger list of available titles. The examples below are indicative of the range and style of our work. There's also some original compositions and arrangements.
They may be freely downloaded and printed for use by individuals and choirs, but further distribution or hosting on other sites or is not allowed without express permission. If there's something you'd like to see here, do let us know.
Antonio Caldara (c.
1671 - 1736): Crucifixus
Setting for SSSSAAAATTTTBBBB, organ.
Richard Dering (c. 1580 - 1630): Duo seraphin. Duet for sopranos with organ continuo.
John Dowland (1563 - 1626): Fine Knacks for Ladies. An example of lute tablature.
Basque folk tune, arr. Edgar Pettman (1866 - 1943).
SATB Carol for the Annunciation.
Orlando Gibbons (1583 -
clap your hands.
A hopefully helpful edition laid out for double choir (SATB - SATB), instead of the more usual SSAATTBB. Half as many page turns as some other editions, too!
Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809): Insanae et vanae curae. Full Score for orchestra and chorus.
Antonio Lotti (1667 - 1740): Five
Motets for Holy Week.
Passiontide motets for SATB and ATB.
Antonio Lotti (1667 - 1740): Mass
for Double Choir
Kyrie in Dm and Gloria in A for SSAAATTTBBB chorus, SSSSATB soli, 2 violin, 2 viola, oboe, trumpet, bass and keyboard continuo
FREE opera scores by Lotti
are available here.
Or see the complete catalogue of sacred music by Lotti.
Thomas Morley (1557 - 1603): The Church Tunes. Morley's harmonization of the Eight Church Tunes, or plainsong tones.
Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756 - 1791): God is our refuge. Short motet, in English, written in 1765.
E. W. Naylor (1867 - 1934): Vox dicentes: Clama. Advent motet for SSAATTBB.
da Palestrina (c.1525 - 1594): Dum
Transcription of the original printed partbooks by Valerio Dorico (Rome, 1569).
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1525 -
dimittis tertii toni
For three choirs (ATTB - SATB -ATTB).
Giuseppe Pitoni (1657 - 1743): Cantate Domino. SATB motet.
Plainsong: Tenuisti manum dexteram meam. An example of Gregorian chant typesetting.
A useful sheet listing all 15 standard intonations for the Gloria.
Michael Praetorius (1571 - 1621): Es ist ein Ros. Three verses, in German.
Thomas Ravenscroft (c.1582 - 1635): Remember, O thou man. Advent Carol, 9 verses.
Sir John Stainer (1840 - 1901): O Come All Ye Faithful.
An organ harmonization of the Christmas hymn that some might find unexpectedly familiar....!
Sumer is icumen in: edition of this medieval round, matching the layout of the original manuscript.
Thomas Tallis (1505 -
1585): Salvator mundi
An experimental edition using 16th-century notation symbols within a modern choral staff system.
Traditional Russian Song, adapted and arranged for men’s voices.
Blank Sheet Music. An A4 sheet, printed with 15 staves. For you to write your own music.
All works composed or arranged by Ben Byram-Wigfield.
How doth the city sit solitary: Lamentation motet for SAATB
Lighten our darkness: Introit for SATB
Nolo mortem peccatoris: A Carol for Advent or Christmas
Nunc dimittis: for lower voices (ATTB)
O Danny Boy: SATB arrangement of the classic song.
See Amid the Winter's Snow: SATB unaccompanied arrangement of John Goss's Christmas Carol.
Somerset Carol: SATB arrangement of traditional folk tune.
Take him, earth, for
cherishing: Anthem for unaccompanied choir.
Free audio files of various works from our catalogue can be found on our Audio Recordings page.
Sebastian music font: Co-designer of SMuFL-compliant font for music notation.
Nepomuk text font: Family of typefaces (Regular, Italic, Bold, BoldItalic), designed to evoke the 'punch' type used on music engraving from the late 19th- to mid 20th century.
Golden Age music font: A revision of Don Rice's original 'handwritten' music and text font, for the SMuFL standard.
The above fonts are all now included with Dorico notation software.
Sotoportego: A display typeface, based on the 'nizioleti' street signage of Venice.
APPlayMIDI: a small utility app for playing MIDI files on macOS.
PDF Suite: A collection of python scripts and Automator Workflows for macOS that automate the creation and manipulation of PDFs, including combining PDFs, creating PDFs from images (and images from PDFs); page rotation, booklet spreads, adding page numbers or part numbers, and more! Requires MacOS 10.6 or greater.
Easter Day: A small application that calculates the date of Easter and all associated moveable feasts for any given year. Well, almost any year.... Requires Mac OS X 10.6 or greater.