Ancient City is one of Paul's most famous pieces, loved by all ages and sung around the world. The perfect piece for the big finale. Ancient City is timeless classic, an anthem, stirring and evocative ,and a crowd pleasure for over a decade. Also available for strings or symphony orchestra.
Band of Brothers
Band of Brothers is a stirring tribute to the Anzacs and more specifically, the 'old boys' of The Southport School in Queensland who served Australia in conflicts abroad. Over 75% of the school enlisted in the Great War and many never came home. Well suited to male choirs and the perfect piece for Anzac Day commemorations. Also available with strings, brass and percussion accompaniment.
Black and Gold
A quirky, yet philosophical take on being a child coming of age into the changing world of the 21st Century. Has been a surprise hit with upper primary and early high school singers as it also confronts the issues facing the 'i' generation and how we deal with consumerism and greed.
Dreaming in the Sky
One of Paul's much loved classics for children. The perfect piece for that 'special moment' in your concert and appropriate for competitions and festivals as well. A delightful melody and lyric about the beauty of childhood, global awareness, acceptance of all cultures and most importantly the joy of being in the moment. Also available with orchestra.
Eye of the Needle
Eye of the Needle, a true Jarman classic from the song cycle 'Beyond the White Sails', loved by singers and audiences alike. A rollicking sea shanty; a joyful and powerful sing, and an engaging piece about the shipwreck coast of Victoria. Great for all ages. Also available with orchestra.
Find the Way Home
Part two from the Song Cycle 'Island Heroes.' Dedicated to the Nona children of Badu Island, who in 2004 survived for one week in the ocean after their boat capsized. One of the great survival stories of modern times and a fascinating true story for singers and audiences to learn. Also available with strings.
Follow Your Dreams
A thrilling journey around the world with solo sailor Jesse Martin. In 1999, Jesse became the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world. He was personally thanked by President Bill Clinton and received recognition from many world leaders. For ten months, Jesse’s adventure brought the world together. From then on he was known as the “Lionheart’. Also available with strings.
The first piece from the Geelong College Sesquicentenary Song Cycle 'Teller of Stories' is evocative, stirring and beautiful to sing. Featuring natural sound effects from the choir, and optional strings. A great opener to a concert with a positive environmental theme.
Jetman is a thundering choral work dedicated to the worlds first real Jetman, Yves Rossy. Lively, and spirited, this piece is a hit with all children and features soaring melodies, body percussion, chanting and more...
Let Go the Long White Sails
Let go the Long White Sails is one of Paul's most well known and much loved pieces. Sung by all ages across the world, it tells the well-known story of coming of age, setting sail into a wide open sea and taking a risk to step into the unknown. Perfect for the big finale. Also features symphony orchestra and bagpipes if desired.
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.
Jessica Watson's solo voyage around the world in 2009 at the age of 16 inspired this exciting piece, full of rousing melodies and uplifting lyrics. A joy to sing and particularly suited to teenage girls. Well suited to the finale of your concert. Also available with concert band or orchestra.
A stirring and evocative piece dedicated to the Chinese miners from the Australian Gold Rush in the 1800's. Written in the style of Chinese folk music and featuring heart warming lyrics, this piece is very popular with choirs and a moving experience for audiences.
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.
Step Into the Unknown
Step Into the Unknown, about the Aussie adventurer Andrew Hughes is very popular with upper primary and High School choirs. A rollicking ride with key changes, movement, enthusiastic spoken word, sound effects and body percussion. A great opener or finale to a concert.
The Captain's Tale
Soaked in larrikin-ism and cheeky humour, the Captain's Tale is a rollicking ride for all ages. Written in the style of a Celtic Hornpipe the piece is very popular with primary school, particularly good for boys to sing.
The Will to Climb
One of Paul's most popular pieces, the Will to Climb was the finale piece to the 2003 Rugby World Cup. An uplifting anthem, well suited to massed choir and the finale, big events and festivals. Also available with symphony orchestra.
Time Enough to Give
A moving tribute to a young girl with leukaemia, Time Enough to Give is one of Paul's most popular songs and has been sung as tributes at weddings, funerals, and special events. It is very fitting for graduation ceremonies or that special moment in the program.
Towards Infinity is a deeply moving experience for singers and audience. With touching lyrics by Phil Voysey, this powerful dedication to adventurer Andrew McCauley has become one of Paul's most celebrated works.
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.
Warri and Yatungka
One of Australia's most interesting modern stories, the Last of the Nomads, Warri and Yatungka lived in isolation from the world in the far reaches of the Western Australian desert for 3 decades. They returned to civilisation in the 1970's. A powerful work suited to all high school and adult choirs.
A dedication to the great Steve Irwin. Written by Andrew DeTeliga, this heart felt piece is suitable for all ages.