A traditional Somerset carol, collected by Cecil Sharp from the Drayton wassailers.
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A setting of words from Psalm 27 featuring a solo clarinet with various choral groupings. A clarinet part is included in the vocal score. Instrumental material is available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: cl solo, hp, str
Orchestral material is available to hire at the OUP link below. Orchestration: fl, ob, cl, bsn, glock, perc, str A different arrangement for unaccompanied SA voices is in Carols for Choirs 4.
This witty and enjoyable musical entertainment, based on the book by Kenneth Grahame, is for five soloists, narrator, SATB chorus, and instrumental ensemble. The main roles are written for adult singers, with a chorus of children and adults. Orchestration: fl, ob, perc (dr kit, timp, glock), hp, elec pn (+pn), str (min: 22.214.171.124.1)
This hauntingly beautiful piece is extracted from Rutter’s large-scale work Visions. The expressive solo line features long phrases, double stopping in thirds and sixths, and a quasi-improvised section, making it an ideal concert work for advanced violinists.
Orchestral transcriptions of five of John Rutter’s choral anthems. Please be aware that this piece is for orchestra only. Orchestration: 2 fl, ob, ca, 2 cl (one in A), 2 hn, hp, hpd, str
A three-movement orchestral rollercoaster in celebratory mood. Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bn, 4 hn, 3 tpt, 3 tbn, tba, timp, 3-4 perc (SD, BD, sus cym, clash cym, tam, tamb, claves, marac, bongos, glock, xylo, vib), hp, str
An opera for young people on the theme of the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Part musical, part opera, the work is full of vivid music, frolicking choruses, and memorable solo songs. Any school, with even fairly limited musical and dramatic resources, could undertake a performance. The libretto is by David Grant. Available to hire only. … Read more »
The Falcon was John’s first large-scale choral work. Written in 1969, when John Rutter was still a student, it was premiered in the chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, under the baton of Sir David Willcocks. The kernel of the work is the medieval poem that gives it its title, a poem rich with symbols of… Read more »
Words from Psalm 100. Orchestral material is available to hire at the OUP link below Orchestration: 2(+picc).2.2.2-126.96.36.199-timp.perc-hp-str