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
This arrangement is compatible with the published vocal score and can be performed with or without chorus. The choral parts are included in the score for reference, but are not a part of the set.
John Rutter created a delightful rendition of this notable carol, originally published as an a capella choral piece. It has been arranged here as an equally delightful adaptation for combined concert band
The luscious sounds of this piece match the beauty and gentleness of the text, with words and music by John Rutter. The choral part is shown in the score for reference but is not included as a part of the
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
The title of this folk carol is a corruption of St. Day, the Cornish village (named after a Breton saint) where it was heard and written down in the early 20th century.
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
John Rutter made this setting of the English folk song for The Bach Choir in 1977. The choral part is shown in the score for reference but is not included in the set. The arrangement is compatible with the
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
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
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,
This well-known piece by John Rutter is set in a subtle Latin mode, to which the arranger has enhanced by adding castanets, maracas, claves, and congas. The arrangement is written for combined band and
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
This folk-carol is known throughout the Spanish-speaking world for its melody and dance-like spirit. John Rutter's arrangement capturesthis perfectly, pairing soloist and chorus, with exuberance and
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
Originally written for two-part children's choir and small orchestra, this fresh arrangement is written for combined concert band and chorus but can be performed by band alone. The text shows John Rutter's
Commissioned as a wedding gift for Prince William and Kate Middleton, this anthem by John Rutter was one of the highlights of the wedding. This arrangement is taken from the setting for orchestra and chorus
The melody of this composition is beautiful in its simplicity, and the words are descriptive of the holiday spirit. This arrangement is written and intended for combined band and chorus but may be performed
Originally written as a choral piece inspired by the release of Nelson Mandela from prison, composer John Rutter was encouraged to make a purely orchestral version from which this concert band arrangement
This work represents something new in the composer's work as it was conceived for a children's choir alongside an adult mixed choir, two soloists, and orchestra (now band). The children's choir adds a
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