- Shorter House (publisher)
- Pegasus (London choir which sang the world première of O magnum mysterium)
- the choir of St John's, Edinburgh (premières nearly everything else!)
- Blossom Street (London choir which made the first recording of O magnum mysterium)
- the Reid Consort and their conductor Cole Bendall (for whom I write programme notes)
- Hilary Campbell (conductor of Blossom Street and fellow composer)
- Eleanor Harris (Edinburgh artist)

With so many works intended for performance within a liturgical context, a high number of reviews is not anticipated.
'Anthony Mudge contributes an effective setting of O magnum mysterium, which features some interesting harmonies and progressions. Mudge evokes a sense of awe, which any successful setting of these words has to achieve.' (MusicWeb International on the Sleep, holy Babe CD, November 2011)
'O magnum mysterium is sensitively set by Anthony Mudge.' (International Record Review on the Sleep, holy Babe CD, December 2011 - review not available online)
[O magnum mysterium] 'is a powerful piece with a strong use of dissonance.' (MusicWeb International on the Sleep, holy Babe CD, November 2012)
'Anthony Mudge's O magnum mysterium [...], a setting which was deliberately unsettled as to key, [...] rose to a shattering climax.' (Robert Hughill on the performance by Chapelle du Roi at St John's, Smith Square, December 2012)

© 2011 Anthony Mudge