Welcome to my website! This site was originally written while I was working in Norway to try to make my compositions and arrangements more widely known and available. I lived in Norway between 1985 and 2017, playing the organ, conducting choirs, teaching the piano, writing music and, of course, playing for services, weddings, funerals and andakts, (devotional meetings).These days I’m living in Compton, West Berkshire, UK and gradually developng new activities and contacts in Britain. Norway is one of the few countries in the world where it is possible to be a full-time organist. Almost 10% of organists here are non-Norwegians, although there are probably fewer British organists here now than in the 1980s and 90s. Most of the compositions and arrangements I have produced since I came to Norway have been written for choirs and people with whom I have worked. Many of them are in the Norwegian language in its Nynorsk variant, so in a way I have rather painted myself into a corner regarding having lots of performances. There is not a great deal of demand worldwide for pieces in Norwegian! However, they are, generally speaking, very practical and performable. So I’d be happy if you’d like to use them. Some of them are published and are available from publishers, whilst others can be downloaded, free. Previously unpublished music by Jean LanglaisRecently I have been working with Marie-Louise Langlais in realising several pieces by Jean Langlais which remained unpublished at the time of his death in 1991. There are songs, a few choral pieces and a larger work, produced around the time Langlais was working with Paul Dukas in 1934/35 called La Voix du Vent. Originally, this was for orchestra and choir, but I, in collaboration with Marie-Louise Langlais, have produced a version for choir with the accompaniment arranged for two pianists at one piano. These engravings/realisations can be found by clicking on the picture of Jean Langlais below. Marie-Louise Langlais will be happy to send scores as requested.