Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral
 
                 
             
                 
     

Arundel Mass Music

       
                 
     
 

The musical score for the Arundel Mass by Bruno Clifton OP is now available.

The Full Score can be purchased for £3.00.

Cards with melody line for the congregation are 30p each [£12.00 for 50 copies].

Postage and packing is extra.

A 'Paypal' facility for ordering and payment will soon be available for purchasers outside the UK.

Meanwhile, all enquiries and orders should be made by email to aruncath1@aol.com

 
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Glory To God   Lamb Of God   Lord Have Mercy  
     
                 
  Fr Bruno Clifton OP, whose family home is in Arundel, studied composition at the University of Durham and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester where he attended classes with Anthony Gilbert, Adam Gorb and James MacMillan.
While he was still a student a movement of his first symphony was played by the BBC Philharmonic in 2000, directed by James MacMillan. His Letters for string quartet was performed at the Sophie Silver Lining Festival, Banbury.
In 2002, Bruno joined the Order of Preachers (Dominican Friars). During his novitiate year, he wrote a Way of the Cross for organ, baritone and assembly.
   
             
      Bruno Clifton    
             
During his theological studies at Oxford his piece In Flanders Fields, a setting for tenor and organ of the famous poem by John McCrae, was first performed at a service in Brussels Cathedral on 11 November 2007.
After ordination to the diaconate he was appointed assistant chaplain to Edinburgh University. While in Edinburgh, he wrote several works for the New Edinburgh Orchestra. He was ordained to the priesthood in Edinburgh in 2008, continuing his chaplaincy work for another year.
He is now resident in Rome, where he is engaged in studies at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, and continues to write orchestral and other works.