Wheatsheaf Music

Welcome to Wheatsheaf Music, a non-profit publishing house for modern, accessible Catholic music.

We create music that is easy to use in your parish with the resources you have, including Bishops’ Conference-approved settings of the Mass, psalm collections, songs and chants.

Most of the music on our website is available for free download. We hope you’ll support our favourite charities with your donations.


Currently in preparation, The Wheatsheaf Psalms is a collection of simple psalms for use throughout the Church’s year, Sunday by Sunday and beyond. It uses texts from The Abbey Psalms and Canticles and the 2024 Lectionary for Mass which will be introduced at Advent 2024.


What’s new

You are the Vine

A gentle setting of the words of St John’s gospel chapter 15, reminding us how we can only grow in Christ.

Whoever eats my flesh

A setting of the Communion Antiphon for Corpus Christi, coupled with verses inspired by psalms that are closely associated with the Eucharist.

Love bears all things

A setting of the words of 1 Corinthians chapter 13, St Paul’s message that love underpins everything we do and are as Christians

Mass settings

Mass of St Brélade

A setting of the Mass in C for organ/keyboard, cantor / choir, guitar and instruments, including Gospel Acclamations.

Five Tone Acclamations

This setting of the Eucharistic Acclamations is so simple that it only uses five notes!

Festal Gloria

The Gloria in a robust setting for organ. Verses are sung to a chant with a triumphant trumpet interlude.

Psalm songs

Songs inspired by the psalms

Whoever eats my flesh

A setting of the Communion Antiphon for Corpus Christi, coupled with verses inspired by psalms that are closely associated with the Eucharist.

The song of the sowers

A setting of Psalm 126(125) for harvest time.

Be merciful

A chant song for mercy with verses in Taize-style

Testimonials

Chris’s settings, whether of psalms or Mass texts, have a real freshness which makes them not only attractive but eminently singable. Our cantor-led congregation entered into his Freedom Liturgy Gloria with gusto!

Resources