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.
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Inspired by the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, this album highlights music commissioned or chosen by the Royal Family for their own weddings, funerals and anniversaries during the lifetime of Queen Elizabeth II.
An introduction to each new carol included on the ‘I Sing of a Maiden’ new digital EP, written by John.
Rutter’s Magnificat for soprano, choir and orchestra uses the traditional Magnificat text, based on the Virgin Mary’s prayer on learning she would give birth to Christ and extended with Marian prayers and poems chosen by the composer, to create a work reminiscent of outdoor processions in honour of the Virgin.
We regret to announce that, until further notice, we are unable to ship orders to EU countries.
CD orders received from 24th December onwards, will be packed and shipped on 30th December. Happy Christmas to you all!
John Rutter – The Piano Collection is being released by Decca Records on 20th November 2020.
John was recently a guest on the Choralosophy Podcast: Finding Your Niche, hosted by Chris Munce.
Insights evening into the life and music of Beethoven and performance of Beethoven’s Septet by the Outcry Ensemble’s principal players. In what promises to be a fascinating evening, conductor James Henshaw is joined by a fantastic panel to discuss the music of, and life of Ludwig van Beethoven. James will be joined by Oscar Perks,… Read more »
The Purcell Singers are absolutely thrilled to be returning to live singing, with their first concert in over 18 months. This programme is dedicated to the forces of nature, with pieces inspired by traditional folk songs, poetry, and prose. This concert will feature the world première performance of John Rutter’s Three Shakespeare Songs, three new pieces based on texts from Twelfth Night, The Tempest, and Much Ado About Nothing.