Plymouth, England, United Kingdom (1955 – present)
Robert "Bob" Chilcott (born 9 April 1955) is a British choral composer, conductor, and singer, based in Oxford, England.
Born in Plymouth, Chilcott sang in the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, both as a boy and as a university student. He performed the Pie Jesu of Fauré's Requiem on the 1967 recording. In 1985 he joined the King's Singers, singing tenor for 12 years. He has been a composer since 1997.
Chilcott is well known for his compositions for children… read more
|1||Nidaros Jazz Mass: Sanctus||
|2||The lily and the rose||
|3||Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars||
|4||A Little Jazz Mass (version for mixed chorus, piano, double bass and drum kit): Benedictus||
|5||Play on youtube||The Shepherd's Carol||
|7||A Little Jazz Mass (version for mixed chorus, piano, double bass and drum kit): Kyrie||
|8||A Little Jazz Mass (version for mixed chorus, piano, double bass and drum kit): Gloria||
|9||Thou, My Love, Art Fair||
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