With words and music written by John Rutter, this is one of his earlier and frequently performed carols for Christmas. The beauty and simplicity lends itself to concert band instrumentation offering a
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
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 beautiful and unique arrangement of the familiar hymn quotes briefly from Handel's "Messiah," which gives a dramatic freshness to the piece known the world over. The arrangement is written and intended
This second John Rutter Christmas medley arranged for band includes an exciting setting of a Ding Dong! Merrily on High; The Very Best Time of Year; I Saw Three Ships;
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
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
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 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,
The Latin text of this lullaby has been known and admired for centuries. John Rutter's choral setting has been arranged here for combined concert band and chorus but may be performed by concert band alone.
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
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 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 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
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
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
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
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