Peter Anglea



Recent articles on web development, new compositions, and more

Thy Will Be Done (The Lord’s Prayer)

September 30th, 2017

Thy Will Be Done is my new setting of the Lord’s Prayer for a cappella SSAATTBB choir. It was premiered by the Rivertree Singers at the Piccolo Spoleto festival in Charleston, SC in the summer of 2016. It is published by Hinshaw Music. This reverent setting of the Lord’s Prayer features beautiful chord clusters and […]

Non Nobis

September 30th, 2017

Non Nobis is a companion piece to Jubilate Deo and is part of a set of three Latin Psalms. (The last of the three, Sicut Cervus, will be released soon.) The traditional Latin text is treated with reverence and tenderness in this accessible accompanied setting. After a chant-like opening in the male voices, the piano sets the […]

God’s Sufficient Word

November 6th, 2015

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Full page / Half page This new hymn tune was commissioned by my church, Community Baptist Church of Greer, SC, to celebrate their 30th anniversary as well as the 30th year of Pastor David Whitcomb’s ministry there. Chris Anderson wrote the text based on 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5, Pastor Whitcomb’s foundation passage for pastoral ministry. From […]

Best of Track at HighEdWeb 2015

October 17th, 2015

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I am pleased to report that my recent track session presentation at HighEdWeb 2015 in Milwaukee, WI this month was awarded Best of Track in the Development, Programming, and Architecture track. One of 12 track sessions in the track, my presentation focused on three major hurdles to successful responsive email creation. As a winning presentation, I was […]

5th-Straight “Editor’s Choice”

April 22nd, 2015


My newest publication, “Silent Night,” has received the coveted “Editor’s Choice” label by JW Pepper. This is my fifth piece to receive that label and also fifth consecutively. If you’re looking for something different from the original Silent Night, Peter Anglea’s arrangement presents a new melody while still incorporating the original STILLE NACHT in some of […]

My Faith Has Found a Resting Place

January 4th, 2015

Full sheet / Half sheet Here’s another new hymn tune I’ve been working on for the past few months. Growing up, we sang this text (to LANDÅS) in our church a lot (perhaps too much, if that’s possible). Such is the case that after a while, even the most familiar of hymns begin to lose their […]

Psalm 150

November 25th, 2014

Several months ago, my friend and fellow Rivertree Singers member, T. J. Ellis, approached me about commissioning an anthem for Greenville ARP‘s (Associate Reformed Presbyterian) centennial, where he serves as Music Director. I leapt at the chance to contribute something to their special service. Having heard and enjoyed my Jubilate Deo, their centennial committee requested […]

Be Merry!

November 25th, 2014

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Earlier this year, The Choirs of All Saints Northampton and the Northampton Bach Choir from Northampton, UK included my arrangement of Angels We Have Heard on High on their latest CD recording, “Be Merry!“. The choirs are directed by Lee Dunleavy and accompanied by pianist Stephen Meakins. The CD is out now and I just […]

There Is a Fountain

September 8th, 2014

Full sheet / Half sheet It’s been over a year since I released a new hymn tune; I’ve had this one sitting on the back burner for quite a while. This is a new tune to accompany William Cowper’s text, “There Is a Fountain.” It’s based on a simple pentatonic melody I wrote several years ago […]

After the Final Curtain Call

July 22nd, 2014

Those of you who know me (or who just follow my activities online) know that I enjoy the occasional acting gig. Theater (theatre?) is a hobby of mine and although I can’t claim to be awesome at acting, I’ve had several opportunities come my way in the past few years especially. This week, I just […]