Music for Peace, Social Justice and the Environment

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The Gates of Greenham

The story of the women’s peace protest at Greenham Common

A Choral Orchestral work in 2 parts –  1 hour, 40 minutes

With the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Sheila Hancock, narrator

Available on iTunes with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Sheila Hancock, narrator


Cry of the Earth

A recently revised, large-scale choral/orchestral piece (60 minutes)  which explores the most important issue of our times – climate change and the environment


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Only Just

Music Theatre  exploring the themes of  poverty, equality and social justice – a feisty musical for the new age

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The Peace Pudding Songbook

24 songs for the peace movement including Enemies. The Doom Room and The Peacemongers


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Finger on the Button

A recordings of songs for the Peace Movement taken from the revues and musicals



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Bird of Freedom

A recording of 15 songs from the musicals written by Tony Biggin and  Alec Davison including Bird of Freedom and You Give me the Vibes


Stainer and Bell book imageThe Songs of Tony Biggin and Alec Davison

8 songs published in a slim volume by Stainer and Bell (no longer available commercially but I’ve got a few copies left (you won’t believe the photo of Alec and me back in whenever…!)


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Lyrics by Alan Osborne

A ‘people’s opera’ and community event, with words by Alan Osborne, was commissioned by Islwyn Borough council to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Chartist uprising in Gwent

 Just Give Us the Flowers Now

Just Give Us The Flowers Now to words by Alan Osborne, which was first performed by Evelyn Glennie, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and numerous community youth music groups from the South Wales Valleys


Unseen, with words by Phil Christopher, was commissioned by Edge Hill University. It is a choral drama which explores international human rights abuse, and Britain’s role within it.

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