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James MacMillan's Miserere: History, Compositional Elements, and A Conductor's Guide Ryan Keeling Scottish composer James MacMillan, born in 1959, composed choral music throughout his life but initially rose to prominence as a composer of instrumental works in the early 1990s. In the first decade of the 2000s primarily with The Strathclyde Motets MacMillan solidified his position as a preeminent composer in both choral and instrumental genres with international notoriety. MacMillan's Romandoi:10.33915/etd.8064 fatcat:2zmqgpbak5bf3nnljn2f2onycq