With easy syncopation, a singable melody, and optional vocal part, this is a song everyone will enjoy. Based on Siyahamba, this piece has a pleasant, happy sound.
John Rutter wrote this great work for the 2012 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held each Christmas Eve at King's College. This arrangement is written for combined concert band and chorus, but may be...
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This is an excellent patriotic number for young musicians! For band alone it is a superb selection, and it may also be combined with optional two-part chorus, which includes a spoken Pledge of...
With a similar approach to his famous America, The Beautiful, Carmen Dragon's arrangement of this beloved American hymn is considered to be one of the most dramatic and effective versions ever...
John Rutter's Christmas Lullaby was commissioned by The Bach Choir in 1989 to celebrate the 70th birthday of their conductor, Sir David Willcocks. The choral parts are included in the score for...
This version of John Rutter's Distant Land is adapted from the original orchestra/chorus score and is written for combined wind band and chorus, but it may also be performed by wind band...
In planning the piece on which this arrangement is based, John Rutter said, "In 1985 I had written a requiem - which, like any requiem, inevitably reflects on death - why not write the opposite, a work...
This work was composed by John Rutter to mark the colorful commemoration of the landmark event in the history of justice and freedom, the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. The prevailing...
Gloria is one of John Rutter's most ambitious concert works. The composer sees this work as analogous to a symphony, with its three movements allegro vivace, andante, vivace e ritmico - i.e. fast,...
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A stirring chorale prelude in Smith's grandiose style that even offers optional audience participation. Great fanfares help to make this a real crowd pleaser!
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