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Howard Goodall + MorningStar Music

MorningStar Music Publishers welcomes the choral works of Howard Goodall to our catalog! We are now the print publisher in North America for Mr. Goodall’s choral works and are excited to further introduce Mr. Goodall’s publications to American and Canadian choirs.

Known for his TV and movie themes, his dramatic choral works are sure to be very popular additions to the libraries of church and school choral directors. Be sure to check out the YouTube playlist below to get a taste of his choral compositions!


Howard Goodall is one of Britain’s most distinguished and versatile composers. He is well known for his popular TV themes for Blackadder, Mr. Bean, Red Dwarf, The Catherine Tate Show, Q.I., and The Vicar of Dibley. His score for the HBO film Into the Storm won him the Primetime EMMY award for “Original Dramatic Score” in 2009. Other film credits include Johnny English, Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie, and Mr. Bean’s Holiday.

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In the theatre his musicals, from The Hired Man with Melvyn Bragg in 1984 to Love Story in 2010, have been performed in the West End, Off-Broadway and throughout world, winning many international awards, including Ivor Novello (1985), TMA (2006 and 2010), and Off-West End (2012) awards for “Best Musical.” He is currently working with Gurinder Chadha and Charles Hart on a musical adaptation of Bend it like Beckham.

Howard is a prolific composer of choral music and has been commissioned to mark national ceremonies and memorials. His Eternal Light: A Requiem has had over 200 live performances since its premiere in 2008 and won him a Classical BRIT award for “Composer of the Year.” In the Top-selling 100 Specialist Classical CDs of 2009, Goodall occupied the 1st, 4th and 9th positions. His 2009 Enchanted Voices, a setting of the Beatitudes, was No. 1 of the Specialist Classical CD chart for 6 months, winning him a Gramophone award.

For the past 15 years Howard has written and presented his own TV documentary series on the theory and history of music. For these he has been honoured with a BAFTA, an RTS Judges’ Prize for “Outstanding Contribution to Education in Broadcasting” and over a dozen other international broadcast awards. He hosts his own weekly show, Saturday Night at the Movies, on Classic fm, for whom he is also currently Composer-in-Residence. In January 2013, Howard Goodall’s Story of Music, 6 hour-long films for BBC2, was broadcast, with an accompanying Chatto & Windus book.

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