Paul Aitken

Paul Aitken wrote "In Flanders Fields" in 1999.  It won first prize in the American Choral Directors Association's Raymond W. Brock Student Composition Competition, and has gone on to become Aitken's most popular work.  Aitken originally wrote it for SSAATBB choir and subsequently arranged versions for TTTBBBB and SSSAAA.

Stephen Chatman

Stephen Chatman's "In Flanders Fields" was commissioned for Chor Leoni of Vancouver in 1998.  Originally for men's chorus, Chatman also has an SATB arrangement.

Eleanor Daley

Eleanor Daley of Toronto, ON is one of Canada's leading choral composers.  Composed in 1993, her setting of "In Flanders Fields" is now performed widely.  It was originally written for SATB choir (published by Gordon V. Thompson) and is now available in SSAA and TTBB arrangements from Rhythmic Trident Music Publishing.

Christine Donkin

Christine Donkin was commissioned to write her setting of "In Flanders Fields" in 2004 by the Grande Prairie Singers, a choir from her hometown in Alberta.

Laura Hawley

Laura Hawley's "Au champs d'honneur" was commissioned for the Ottawa Children's Chorus in 2010.  The Chorus now performs it annually at the National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa.  The French text was adapted from McCrae's original by Jean Pariseau, CM, CD, D. ès L.  It is the first French-language version of "In Flanders Fields" for choir.

Alexander Tilley

Alexander Tilley wrote "In Flanders Fields" in 1982 as part of Songs for the School Year, a collection of choral works commissioned by the Nova Scotia Music Educators Association (NSMEA).  It was published by the Frederick Harris Co. in 1985-6.  It is available for both two-part (treble) and SATB choirs.