Also in Carols for Choirs 3 and 100 Carols for Choirs. The orchestral accompaniment is available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: 18.104.22.168-0.0.0.0-hp(opt)-str(opt)
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This lovely Irish carol became widely-known when Vaughan Williams included it in the Oxford Book of Carols in 1928. This arrangement by John Rutter was written in 1978. Also in Carols for Choirs 3 and 100 Carols for Choirs.
An organ duet based on the theme ‘O Filii et Filiae’.
This setting can be found both in Five Traditional Songs and Folk Songs for Choirs 1. The text is simple, while the arrangement is varied and charming.
The finale from The Wind in the Willows is now available in this arrangement for separate performance. Orchestral material is available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: fl, ob, drum kit, hp, electric pno, str
A setting of haunting lyrical simplicity. Also available in The New Oxford Easy Anthem Book and John Rutter Anthems. An SSA version is also available. The accompaniment for strings is available to hire at the OUP link below.
A movement from Fancies – a cycle of six choral settings of Elizabethan poetry by Campion, Herrick, Middleton, Shakespeare, and others. Orchestral material is available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: fl, ob, cl, hn, hp, solo strings
This version makes one of John Rutter’s most beloved carols accessible to unison choirs. Pont’s arrangement is a shortened version with a simplified piano accompaniment. Also available in versions for SATB and upper voices by John Rutter.
John Rutter’s original setting of this popular Easter hymn is resplendent and celebratory, with frequent metre changes that give a fresh feel to these historic words. Also available in Anthems for Choirs 4 and Ash Wednesday to Easter for Choirs, with a version for SSA and organ available in Anthems for Choirs 3. Orchestral scores… Read more »
A simple and touching carol which upper voice choirs will find very appealing. Words and music by John Rutter. The original SATB version is also available (X272).