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Paul Mealor
1975 -
Great Britain, Wales
P. Mealor
Paul Mealor (25/11/1975) is a Welsh composer. He is considered one of the world's most performed living composers. A large proportion of his output is for chorus, both a cappella and accompanied. He came to wider notice when his motet Ubi Caritas et Amor was performed at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011. He later composed the song "Wherever You Are", which became the 2011 Christmas number one in the UK Singles Chart. He has also composed an opera, three symphonies, concerti and chamber music.
Gorffwysgan Hedd Wyn (Requiem for Hedd Wyn)
Period:21st century
Composed in:2017
Gorffwysgan Hedd Wyn (Requiem for Hedd Wyn) for 2 perc/strings and Children's voices, SATB.
Requiem 'The Souls of the Righteous'
Period:21st century
Composed in:2018
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Grahame Davies & Biblical Text
In memory of:/ Dedicated to Derek Ogston CBE and Margaret Carlaw with admiration and gratitude
Requiem 'The Souls of the Righteous' for SATB Chorus and Orchestra/Ensemble. First performed on 22nd September 2018 at St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh by the National Youth Choir of Scotland and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Bell.