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
This work was composed by John Rutter to mark the colorful commemoration of the landmark event in the history of justice and freedom, the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. The prevailing
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