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Alistair Warwick

Location: Scotland, United Kingdom
Musician, music engraver, and enabler
Current positions include
Music engraving / typesetting
As owner and music engraver at The Art of Music I have typeset thousands of pages of music using Score for a range of projects, including
  • Hymns for Prayer and Praise, Second, revised edition (Canterbury Press 2011, 2012)
  • Music for the Papal Visit Handbook (Magnificat, 2010)
  • chant: In paradisum (The Art of Music, 2006)
  • Robin Downie: 
    Uncertainty for piano solo (2010)
    The Call for choir & organ (2011)
    My deir heart (2011)
  • Sebastian Forbes: A Touch of Contrast (1994, unpublished)
  • Philip Gaisford: music for the Eucharist and the Daily Office (Worth Abbey Music, 1995-2005)
  • John Harper: 
    In the City of the Lord (2002, unpublished in this edition)
    Cymun y Cymry / A Welsh Eucharist (RSCM, 2003)
    Si quis diligit me (The Art of Music, 2006)
  • Sally Harper: 
    music examples for Welsh Music History / Hanes Cerddoriaeth Cymru (1999)
    design, typesetting and music examples for Music in Welsh Culture before 1650 (Ashgate, 2007)
  • Pat Lynch: Love came down at Christmas (The Art of Music, 2004)
  • Ken Naylor, arr. Warwick: Coe Fen How shall I sing that majesty (The Art of Music, 2006)
  • Christopher Page: The Christian West and its Singers: The First Thousand Years
Common Worship
We have also engraved the music for a number of volumes of the Church of England's liturgy Common Worship:
  • Common Worship: Sunday Services (President's Edition) (Church House Publishing, 1999)
  • Common Worship: Festivals (Church House Publishing, 2008)
  • Common Worship: Times and Seasons (Church House Publishing, 2010)
  • Common Worship: Holy Week and Easter (Church House Publishing, 2011)
  • Music for Common Worship I–III, VI, VII: Music for Sunday Services (RSCM, 2000 – 2005)
And of course, The Art of Music uses Score for our own publications

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