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Under The Eye Of Heaven, a work for contemporary orchestra was commissioned by Virgin Records and performed by the London Chamber Orchestra at the Barbican Centre in 1989, the Hammersmith Odeon and London Arena in 1990 and at an open air concert in Geneva in 1993 for the BBC. In 1991 Dante, a concert piece for taped electronics and choir, was written featuring the London Chamber Orchestra, members of the Hot House Flowers and Dave Stewart of the Eurthymics for open-air performance in Moscow. Symphony in Morris Minor (an orchestral and choral work with soloists) was commissioned and performed as the climax of an open-air festival in Oxford in July 2000 to an audience of 50,000. Beslan/Requiem – performed and recorded by Andrew Parrott and the Taverner Choir, consort and players - to be released early in 2011.