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Written in 1844 in thanksgiving for the preservation of the life of the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm after an unsuccessful assassination attempt, this is the original a cappella version of the well-known
This masterful choral is one that has connected with singers and congregations all over the globe. It is a timeless anthem you'll come back to each and every year. If you haven't already,
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 well-known anthem by John Rutter is a beautiful setting of 1st Corinthians 14. The accompaniment can be played by organ or chamber orchestra, which includes double winds and french horns and
The timeless prayer by Saint Francis of Assisi is treated with reverence and musical mastery in this classic setting. Also available in TTBB.
This sweet, simple a cappella setting of a text by Jane Leeson is perfect for any sacred choral concert or worship service.
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 sets an original text to sublime music that hearkens back to his Lord, Make Me An Instrument. With a focus on light, thanks and creation Rutter intersperses phrases of Latin text and
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