Original liturgical compositions by Alison Eve:
St Cuthbert Mass A setting of Common Worship Prayer D, written for the Priesting of Alisons husband (and drummer!), Rev. Paul Cudby, July 2003. This has now been completed with a Kyrie, a Lord's Prayer, and even an Epiclesis (Invocation of the Holy Spirit) for use at St Mary Magdalene, Tanworth-in-Arden
Blessed be! Hymn for Trinity Sunday
Deep Peace - A blessing, originally written for Eve & the Garden
Magnum Mysterium Hymn for Christmas, originally written for Eve & the Garden
That Night written for Christmas 2002, words by Janet Morley.
4 short liturgical Chants - written for alternative worship:
Oh proclaim him!
By the wounds
Bear the memory
By my side
Miserere mei Antiphon & improvised verses from Psalm 51 for Ash Wednesday
White Linen Cloth A Celtic Trinitarian funeral lament
Rocky Valley Nunc Dimittis - with antiphon, 'Save us O God' written for the office of Compline (Night Prayer)
Pieta: Flesh of my flesh a first-person Stabat Mater for Good Friday
Requiem: Shadows & Ashes written for the Goth Eucharist All-Souls Mass at Greenbelt 2003
Let my prayer rise - introduction to Evening Prayer from Psalm 141:1-4
The ice clings - a Christmas Magnificat
Magnificat - The Song of Mary, written for Evening Prayer
Psalm 42 written for Greenbelt 2006
While there is breathe within me written for the 'Redemption Songs' theme of Greenbelt 2006
Summon the Dawn - A song of hope, originally written for Eve & the Garden
A Quiet Night - For Night Prayer Greenbelt 2007
I Lift My Eyes to the Hills - Psalm 121, 2008
My Soul Longs for You - Psalm 42, written for Greenbelt 2006
Trisagion - Orthodox Liturgy, written for Greenbelt 2007
Alleluia - Gospel Acclamation, 2007
Everything - Offertory Song, 2004
How Can I Repay the Lord - Psalm 116, written for a Passover celebration in Holy Week 1995
Hallelujah! - Gospel Acclamation 2006
Medieval Chants & songs:
Medieval Compline A specially compiled Latin service with the liturgical order taken from medieval sources.
Visitatio Sepulcri from the 12th Century Fleury Playbook.