This distinctive setting, for choir and organ, of the traditional Cornish carol is a welcome addition to the Rutter Anniversary Editions series.
A stunning arrangement of s standad by John Rutter. Flute with a cappella voices creates a distinctive sound the reflects the true nature of the song. Misty, thought provoking and timeless.
Based upon the Latin text for nuptial responses, this tranquil hymn speaks to the mysterious alchemy of divine love. An outstanding concert feature for a cappella choirs.
This traditional carol is given an energetic a cappella treatment by John Rutter. The joyous mood begins with the divided bass part while the tenors carry the melody. Each verse has a slightly different
Although first published in 1974, the John Rutter carol, Jesus Child, remains just as fresh today as it was when first issued.
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This secular work by John Rutter sets the text of Shakespeare's Sonnet No. 18. Rutter skillfully weaves the figurative language of the sonnet within the melodic lines of the music. Shakespeare's text is
This charming carol, composed in 1975 by Barbara Bell, was discovered by John Rutter, who enlisted the help of John Suchet and Classic FM to track down the composer. This Christmas lullaby is haunting in
This sprightly setting of a sixteenth-century English text tells the tale of a jolly shepherd named Wat. With upbeat triple meter and a joyous message, this John Rutter carol features imaginative,
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For SATB choir, oboe & organ. First printing. Dedicated to Mark Williams and the combined choirs of Jesus College, Cambridge. The music sets a poem by George MacDonald, as well as a Latin text from the
John Rutter has created a gentle and lyrical setting of the well-known 15th-century English text, A Babe Is Born All of a May, to Bring Salvation unto Us. The SATB divisi voices and soprano solo
This deeply expressive arioso opens Handel's Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, which was written circa 1713. It is best known, more recently, for its use in the royal wedding of Meghan Markle and
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