John Thomas Higgins
My choral music scores are most likely to interest Bahá'í choirs and their directors, although I'd be delighted if other choirs want to use them. Some of the songs can be used for solo or unison singing with piano accompaniment. Parts of the longer scores could stand alone in performance. All of my scores have been reviewed and approved by the Arts Review Committee of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Canada.
Please tell me if you use any of these scores. I'd really appreciate a quick email to tell me where and how you are using the music. I have catalogued my scores according to the author of the text, as follows: 1.x-19.x, Bahá'u'lláh; 20.x-29.x 'Abdu'l-Bahá; 30.x The Báb; and 40.x myself.
NEW or REVISED SCORES: Most recently I uploaded 7 modal settings of the text "Thou seest me, O my God, holding to Thy name, the Most Holy, the Most Luminous, the Most Mighty, The Most Great, The Most Exalted, The Most Glorious and clinging to the hem of the Robe to which have clung all in this world and in the world to come", from the long prayer of Bahá'u'lláh for the Fast. As well I revised the accompaniment for strings in Behold A Thousand Claws of Envy. JTH