LISTEN

VIDEO

When a man knows - 2011 performance of Robert's opera directed by Ian Caddy, conducted by David Roblou with Zoe South as the Woman and Dario Duganzic as the Man, filmed live at the Bridewell Theatre

The Genesis of Frankenstein - 2016 performance of Robert's opera directed by Ella Marchment, conducted by Noah Mosley with the Helios Collective filmed live at the CLA Arts Cafe, Peckham

DISCOGRAPHY

DISCS OF ROBERT'S MUSIC

Passion - The Burgundian Cadence 
Passion according to St John for male vocal ensemble
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The Testament of Dr Cranmer & other works

Christopher Watson (tenor), Simon Baggs (violin), Paul Ayres (organ), strings of the Chameleon Arts Orchestra, eight:fifteen vocal ensemble, Paul Brough (conductor) - Divine Art label
Cantata for unaccompanied choir settings

Cranmer's final speech, alongside other works for tenor, violin, strings, choir and organ including the William Blake setting What is Man? and the Advent motets from Tempus per Annum.
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Quickening, songs by Robert Hugill
to texts by English & Welsh poets

Anna Huntley (mezzo-soprano), Johnny Herford (baritone), Rosalind Ventris (viola), William Vann (piano) - Navona Records
Song cycles setting texts by Rowan Williams, A.E. Housman, Christina Rosetti, and Ivor Gurney
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DISCS WHICH INCLUDE ROBERT'S MUSIC

Sappho, Shropshire & Supertramp

English Poetry and Song Society - Divine Art Records
Includes four of Robert's songs sung by Johnny Herford (baritone) and Sarah Leonard (soprano) with Nigel Foster (piano)
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Lux Memoriaque: Contemporary
British Choral Works

Harmonia Sacra, Peter Leech - Nimbus Alliance
Includes Robert's motet Populus Sion
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AUDIO

Faith, Hope and Charity for violin and string orchestra, from the disc The Testament of Dr Cranmer on Divine Art records

Lucis creator optime for choir and organ, recorded live in 2008 with Paul Brough, the eight:fifteen vocal ensemble and Paul Ayres (organ)

For David on his birthday (7), for tenor and piano

Collect for choir and cello, recorded live at St Giles' Cripplegate in 2005 with Malcolm Cottle and the eight:fifteen vocal ensemble

Advent motets from Tempus per Annum, recorded live at St Giles' Cripplegate in 2005 with Malcolm Cottle and the eight:fifteen vocal ensemble

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