Thoughts about composing music for Christian communities today.
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Programme notes for a number of John’s compositions: major works and shorter pieces.
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How did you get on with this year’s Christmas Quiz? Some questions trickier than others…
Here are my 10 music discoveries from the year.
NOTES FOR THE GUIDANCE OF UK SINGING DAY ORGANISERS by John Rutter – as at 8th July 2019 General I have been leading Come-and-Sing days for well over twenty years, at the request of many different organisations – the RSCM, ABCD, Making Music, choral societies, churches, charities – and many of the same questions… Read more »
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So here you are – the answers to my 12 Christmas Quiz questions – some of them quite tricky!
John Rutter compositions, arranged for concert band by Paul Noble Arrangements of John Rutter compositions by Paul Noble are available on the website Bandmusicpdf.net. Where available, choral parts are shown in the score for reference, but are not part of the download. Choral parts may be purchased separately from Oxford University Press or their affiliates. For… Read more »
It’s a sensible enough question, and one that every composer is asked – yet none of us has a good answer.