Devil Run Wild
Come on a wild ride in honour of the largest marsupial carnivore living in the world - The iconic Tasmanian Devil. Paul worked with scientists and conservationists to inspire this unique piece that brought the house down in 2006 at Hobart Choral Fest and has since become the voice of the plight to save the Tassie Devil.
Drinking Alone Under the Moon
A challenging six part work based on the Tang Dynasty Poet Li Bai's evocative poem. Well suited to adult choirs looking for a different sound, something theatrical and visual.
Powerful, rousing and in important message for all, Pemulwuy has become a choral classic. The piece which has inspired it's own festival, been the finale and winning song in many festivals and competitions, and sung by all ages, Pemulwuy is a story that resonates with us all. Also available with strings. Contact Paul for parts.
Sea of Berries
From the acclaimed Song Cycle 'Turn on the Open Sea', Sea of Berries is one of Paul's original classics. First recorded by Gondwana Voices in 2002, it has become one of Paul's most popular works. A powerful and haunting journey through the Sargasso Sea, full of evocative lyrics and melodies with romantic harmonies. Also available with strings or symphony orchestra.
From the acclaimed Song Cycle 'Turn on the Open Sea', Shackleton is arguably one of Paul's most famous and popular works. It is the piece that launched Paul's choral career and has delighted singers and audiences worldwide. The story of Ernest Shackleton's Endurance expedition in 1914 is one of the greatest survival stories in the history of exploration. Paul's classic telling of it is an emotional and stirring piece loved by all. Available with strings.
Volta do mar Largo
Volta do mar Largo is a timeless Paul Jarman classic. Written in the style of Arabic, Spanish, North Africa and Eastern European music, the piece is wild ride on a Portuguese caravel in the 1400,'s leading up to the voyage of Vasco da Gama. A popular finale for over a decade this piece is always guaranteed to thrill all.