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Daniel Saleeb (b. 1985) is a composer of wide-ranging work for the church, the concert platform, film, theatre and opera. His music is theatrical, often visually-driven and collaborative, and is performed by some of the most exciting practitioners of new music in the UK and in Europe. Educated at Oxford University, the Royal College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Daniel Saleeb now teaches and writes at his studio in Greenwich, London.

Available works by Daniel Saleeb:

    Westminster Choristers' Service (WT 1601)

     treble voices & organ

    Scales at Six (1501)

     piano trio

    Mr Ford's Fancy (WT 1504)

     organ solo

    hello, world (WT 1506)

     solo violin

Other selected works (available by request):


Psalm 150 (WT 1602)

SATB divisi choir & organ


The Song of the Shepherd (WT 1603)

TB soloists, SATB divisi choir & organ

Deus, qui hodierna (WT 1605)

SATB divisi choir, organ & optional low drum

As de cantar (WT 1604)

SATB divisi choir (unaccompanied)

Soliloquy (WT 1606)

SATB divisi choir, brass quintet & organ


Keepers of the Corallite (WT 1502)

countertenor, viola da gamba & theorbo

Toccata on "erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort" (WT 1503)

organ solo

Chaconne (WT 1505)

chamber ensemble & tape (ob.sax.2perc.pno.db)