This piece was written as a final encore at Christmas concerts when the audience simply refused to go home! This arrangement includes the choral part in the score for reference, but not as part of the set.
This familiar Easter hymn is introduced with a chorale prelude of fanfare, power, and delicacy, typical of John Rutter's magnificent compositions. Arranged for combined chorus and wind band, the piece may
From the Feel the Spirit collection of seven spirituals originally arranged for mezzo-soprano, choir and orchestra, this classic is arranged here for mezzo-soprano, choir and concert band but can
This third John Rutter medley includes Rejoice and Be Merry; Magical Kingdom; Jesus Child; Dormi, Jesu; Deck the Hall and I Wish You Christmas. This medley features optional handbells,
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
Herald the joy of the Christmas season with this stirring original carol from John Rutter, arranged here for combined chorus and band or concert band alone. This setting promises to fill your concert hall
This favorite carol is written and intended for combined wind band and chorus but is arranged so that it can be performed by band alone. The choral part is included in the conductor's score, but is not a
This scintillating carol in 5/8 meter offers a pleasant rhythmic challenge to your ensemble, and the results will delight both ensemble and audience. This arrangement is written and intended for combined
Anyone who listens to the radio or attends a concert during the holiday season will certainly hear this carol as it has become one of John Rutter's most popular. This arrangement is written and intended for
Suite Antique is a 1979 concertante work by John Rutter that is written for harpsichord, flute and string orchestra. Rutter composed the piece, in six movements, for a concert at which Bach's fifth
John Rutter's Requiem is a musical setting of parts of the Latin Requiem with added psalms and biblical verses in English, completed in 1985. This arrangement is scored for soprano, mixed choir and
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