I am often asked about my arrangement of ‘Steal Away’, the traditional American spiritual. The following pdf may be freely copied and used. Steal Away Sheet Music PDF
Current research project
The Sarum Rite. A multi-volume modern performing and scholarly edition of all the surviving liturgy and music of the Sarum Rite, published on-line by the Gregorian Institute of Canada.
Sarum Vespers Latin I: Temporale. Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2019.
Sarum Vespers Latin II: Psalterium. Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2019.
Sarum Vespers Latin III: Sanctorale. Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2019.
Sarum Compline: Latin. Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2018.
Sarum Compline: BCP English, Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2018
Sarum Compline: D-R English, Gregorian Institute of Canada, 2018.
General Editor, Duhamel and Swanson, Les Traditions du Plain-chant Occidental/Traditions in Western Plainchant. Proceedings of the 2009 conference of the Gregorian Institute of Canada. Ottawa: The Institute of Mediaeval Music, 2010.
Analyzing Fugue: A Schenkerian Approach, Pendragon Press, 1995. (Reviews in Music and Letters, Notes, Music Analysis, Music Theory Spectrum, and Integral.) Paperback edition now available.
“Voice-leading patterns in the Fugal Expositions of J.S. Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier,” Ph.D. diss., City University of New York, 1987 (UMI Microfilms, 1987) (xviii, 355).
The Contrapuntal Style of Healey Willan. M.Mus. Dissertation, University of British Columbia (1982).
“The Sarum Rite: Past, Present, Future”, Chant and Culture, Lions Bay, Canada: Institute of Medieval Music, 2014: 263-287.
Analysis Symposium: “Of Time and Eternity: Reflections on “Das alte Jahr vergangen ist” ” Journal of Music Theory 2006; 50 (1): 65-76
“Aspects of Structure in Bach’s F-Minor Fugue, WTC II.” in Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music–A Festschrift for Carl Schachter, Poundie Burstein and David Gagne, Editors, Pendragon Press 2006, 237-245.
A review of recent music by Nicholas Fairbank for Organ Canada.
Schenker Analysis Glossary, with David Walker (English and German), 2001. Russian translation published in Очеки и Этюдьґ по Методоогии Музьґаьного Аниза, Б.Т. Плотников (красноярсқ 2002), pp. 271-284.
David Walker and William Renwick. “Modelling Professional Practice in Music Analysis with Computing.” Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, XIV (2000), 63-74.
“Schubert’s Impromptu in G-flat: A Response to Adam Krims”, Canadian University Music Review, XX/2 (2000).
Music theory articles for The Reader’s Guide to Music, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999.
“39. Praeludia et Fugen del Signor Johann Sebastian Bach?: The Langloz Manuscript, SBB Mus. ms. Bach P 296”, Bach Perspectives 4 (1999), edited by David Schulenberg, 137-158.
“Bach and the `Old’ Musicology”, Music Analysis 16 (1997), p. 255.
“Multi-media Music Instruction Using Toolbook” with David Walker, Proceedings, KlangArt, 1995 (1997).
“Hidden Fugal Paths: A Schenkerian View of Handel’s F Major Fugue (Suite II)”, Music Analysis, XIV-1 (March, 1995): 53-71. Translated as “Chemins mystérieux de la fugue: un point de vue schenkérien sur la fugue en fa majeur de la 2e Suite de Händel” in Musurgia IV-2 (1997), 12-24.
“The Changing Role of the Church Musician,” The American Organist, XXVII-12 (December, 1993): 82-83.
“Modality, Imitation and Structural Levels: Bach’s Manualiter Kyries from Clavierübung III,” Music Analysis, XI-1 (1992): 55-74.
“CD-Brahms: an Interactive Multimedia Music Analysis Program,” with David Walker, Computers in Music Research, IV (fall, 1992): 45-75.
“Structural Patterns in Fugue Subjects and Fugal Expositions,” Music Theory Spectrum, XIII-2 (1991): 197- 218.
“Brackets and Beams in Schenker’s Graphic Notation,” Theoria: Historical Aspects of Music Theory, III (1988) (published in 1989): 73-85.
“Modal Structure and Formal Design in Iso Chidori,” Hogaku, II-1 (Winter, 1985): 21-63.
Four Pieces for Organ by Florence Durell Clark, edited by William Renwick, 21pp. 1999. Available from the Royal Canadian College of Organists.
Compositions (all are out of print; contact William Renwick for further information)
The Saint John Eucharist, mass for SATB choir, congregation, and organ, Canadian Computer Printing, 2003 (full music edition and separate congregational leaflet). New edition. UtReMi Edition, 2010.
Cantico del Sole, Anthem for SSAA choir, Canadian Computer Printing, 2003.
Dear Father, Let My Mind, Anthem for SSAATTBB choir, Canadian Computer Printing, 2002.
The Shining King of Truth, Anthem for S.A. choir, two soprano recorders and piano, Canadian Computer Printing, 2001.
Sonata Antiqua for Solo Oboe, Canadian Computer Printing, 1999.
Twas in the Moon of Wintertime for Double Choir, Canadian Computer Printing, 1999.
What a Friend We Have in Jesus, for Double Choir, Canadian Computer Printing, 2000.
Blessed be Our God and Father, for SATB and organ. New Edition, UtReMi Edition, 2009.
Processional on “Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven” for organ, Canadian Computer Printing, 2000.
Descant to “Lord of the Dance”, Organ Canada XII-2 (June 1999), p. 13.
Five Chorales for Organ, New edition, Fairbank Music Publishing, 2007.
He is Risen, Easter Anthem for SATB, New edition, UtReMi Edition, 2009.
Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee, Two-part anthem, UtReMi Edition, 2009.
Descants for Favourite Hymns, UtReMi Edition, 2009.
This Night of Nights. Duet for alto and baritone, UtReMi Edition, 2010.
“Descant to Thornbury”, Voices United Hymnal, 1996.
O Lord, My God, Song for solo voice with piano accompaniment, text by Enid Burrows, 2016.
Canada’s Heritage of Hymns CD, produced by William Renwick, 1999.
A Noel Tapestry, The John Laing Singers, Soundscape Recordings-004. (Tenor Section Leader). 2011.
Jimmy Stahl Big Band: Swingin’ in the Pews, nominated for Hamilton Music Awards, 2013.
Complete recording of Sarum Chant, in progress, from 2013, at sarum-chant.ca. over 4000 files recorded as of the end of 2017.
CD-Brahms: an interactive CD-ROM program in music analysis (with David Walker). (Based on my translation of Heinrich Schenker, “Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel, Op. 24,” Der Tonwille, IV Jahrgang, Heft 2/3 (Heft 8/9 der Gesamtfolge) (April-September, 1924): 3-46, with added introduction, commentary, notes, MIDI and CD-ROM performances, and glossary.) (1993).