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A choral celebration in five movements.
50 carols for sopranos and altos (suitable for boys’, girls’, or women’s choirs). It contains mostly simple arrangements of the best-loved carols, some less well-known ones, and four original pieces by Britten (2), Rutter, and Hadley. Most of the Christmas hymns are presented in two versions; for choirs only, unaccompanied, and for choir and audience/congregation,… Read more »
A choral celebration for SATB and orchestra. From Canticles of America.
Caribbean music became widely popular in Britain from the 1950s, and this carol shows its influence. Also arranged for SATB and upper voices.
A version for unison voices with a simplified piano accompaniment. Also available for SATB. Also in Carols for Choirs 4.
An arrangement of the nineteenth-century Christmas hymn. Also available in 100 Carols for Choirs. Score and parts are available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: 2 tpt, timp, strings
This original hymn is touching and lyrical, with unison first and second verses blossoming into four-part writing in the third verse. It may be performed as either a congregational hymn (a congregation part is included), or as a choir anthem.
This gentle arrangement of the well-known Gaelic folk song Morning Has Broken, also known as the hymn tune ‘Bunessan’, is part of a collection of six hymn arrangements for choir with harp or piano. The entire series of hymn arrangements has been recorded by the Cambridge Singers, directed by John Rutter, on the Collegium CD… Read more »
This is a simple and gentle setting of the popular American folk hymn. Beginning softly with the sopranos accompanied by piano/harp in the first verse, Rutter explores a wide variety of textures, building to a powerful final verse before ebbing away in a poignantly quiet close.