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John Rutter – The Piano Collection is out now, comprising 17 of John’s best-loved choral works arranged for solo piano.
John Rutter writes about the Cambridge Singers: “When I formed the Cambridge Singers in the early 1980s as a professional mixed chamber choir with recording rather than public performance as its principal focus, the idea was a new one, and I never dreamed that we would still be recording – albeit with changing though still… Read more »
The Purcell Singers write: Join us on Saturday 13th November at the wonderful St George’s Cathedral, Southwark, for our joyful return to live performance! We are absolutely thrilled to be returning to live singing, with our first concert in over 18 months, My Spirit sang all day: Forces of nature in choral music! Join us… Read more »
**THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. FULL REFUNDS WILL BE MADE SOON. WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE THIS EVENT AND PUBLISH INFORMATION AS SOON AS WE CAN** Share this wonderful opportunity to spend the day with one of Britain’s leading choral composers and conductors in the glorious setting of Wells Cathedral. The day is open to singers… Read more »
This joyful setting of the much-loved Christmas hymn is extracted from the Christmas collection Joy to the World. Leaving the first five verses in their familiar form, Rutter adds a spectacular descant to the sixth verse, before an original and grandiose setting of the final verse. Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn,… Read more »
This is a jolly carol praising the Queen of Heaven. Orchestral and brass accompaniments are available for hire at the OUP link below Orchestration: Brass: 4 tpt, 3 tbn, tuba, perc Orchestra: 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168-timp.perc-hp-str
A powerful and moving setting, written for the annual St Cecilia’s Day sung by the joint choirs of Westminster Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and St Paul’s Cathedral, and premiered in Westminster Abbey in November 1998.
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21 hymns reflecting 15 centuries of Christianity. Gregorian chant rubs shoulders with German chorales, Celtic folk melodies and 18th-century London street songs (in Anglican guise) in arrangements ranging from delicate harp accompaniment to thrilling festival treatments with brass, timpani, percussion and organ.