This work displays another of John Rutter's gorgeous melodies and is a profoundly moving piece. The arrangement is written for concert band and chorus but may be performed by concert band alone. The choral
Perhaps John Rutter's most famous and popular carol has been here arranged for performance with combined band and chorus, but it can also be performed by band alone. The choral part is shown in the
These three magnificent compositions have been combined into a suite of three movements. The first movement is written for antiphonal brass, with the trumpets and trombones playing from the rear or balcony
One of John Rutter's most popular carol arrangements has been arranged for band and SSA chorus. It is intended to be performed by combined band and chorus; however, it can be performed by band alone. The
Visions is one of John Rutter's most recent compositions (2016). It was written for violin solo, treble voice choir, strings and harp. This arrangement maintains the violin solo as an option, but
Arranged for brass band, this is a great work to program with either choir or solo trumpet. In addition to the arrangement for either combined band and chorus or trumpet solo and band, this arrangement for
This all-time favorite has been arranged and is intended for combined band and chorus; however, it can be performed by band alone. The choral part is shown in the score, but separate choral parts are not
These magnificent settings are all based on choral pieces by John Rutter which he rescored for orchestra. These lovely pieces will present a perfect exercise for band blending, balance, interpretation,
Music for Children, 1940-1 was originally written as piano duets, and arranged for orchestra by the composer from the Duets for Children (1940). There are ten short movements with depictive titles.
Composed in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Council for the Protection of Rural England, Look at the World has become a favorite for children's as well as mixed choirs. The
This arrangement for Concert Band is based on the organ adaptation (Rondo in D) of the string orchestration (Rondo in G). Regardless of the key, it is a delightful piece representing music of the late
Portsmouth Point is an overture originally composed in 1925 for orchestra by the English composer William Walton. The work was inspired by the well-known painting depicting Portsmouth Point by
Not only be a great piece for combined band and chorus, it's also perfect for solo trumpet. This arrangement is set so that the same score and parts will work equally well with combined band and chorus or
The following program notes are taken from those by Christopher Palmer, the arranger for orchestra from William Walton's incidental music for John Gielguds production of Macbeth in 1941-42. "The music was
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