What they said...

"David Lee [contributes] seven [tunes] that deserve currency... This commendable project has something to offer for most choirs and congregations."

Hymn Society Bulletin 229, October 2001
reviewing Wesley Music for the Millennium hymnbook

"The Visit of the Wise Men is very attractive."

James Lancelot
Master of the Choristers and Organist,
Durham Cathedral

"Worthy of mention is Gospel Acclamations... which shows imagination and originality."

Geoff Weaver, Peter Aston, June 2000
Adjudication Report,
RSCM Harold Smart Composition Competition

"You are writing good tunes."

Christopher Norton
(composer of Microjazz books)

"I think you have raised some immensely important points about the use of Psalms in worship."

Most Rev. George Carey, October 2001

"As people get to know the book [Psalms for all Seasons], his songs are fast becoming favorites."

Greg Scheer, Calvin Institute for Christian Worship,
January 2012

"...a very attractive tune Redhills by David Lee should be a success."

Hymn Society Bulletin 271, Spring 2012
reviewing Singing the Faith hymnbook

"A tour de force."

Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith, July 2013
reviewing demonstration-lecture to Hymn Society annual conference.

"Your translation of Lamentations is extraordinary, masterfully poetic, capturing the sense in forceful contemporary language."

Professor Adele Berlin, May 2023

What they haven't said... yet...

"Riveting. Will galvanise any congregation."

Steelworkers Weekly

"Purls of great price... Excellent crotchet work..."

Knitting and Embroidery World

"MagnifiCat, verging on purrfection; no doggerel here. Not so much Bach, more Miaowzart. Great pussibilities for all: add this to your music-kit."

The Cat