A collection of 11 of John Rutter’s finest and most popular pieces. With the inclusion of so many ‘classics’ covering a dazzling variety of texts, styles, and scoring, this anthology will prove a treasured addition to any choir library.
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10 carols by John Rutter. Full of joy and tenderness, John Rutter’s carols illuminate and celebrate the Christmas story in works of great imagination and variety. This selection of his most popular carols forms an essential collection for all choirs. Instrumental material for individual carols is available to hire at the OUP link below.
Version for upper voices of John Rutter’s tender Christmas song. With a simple, appealing melody and a flowing accompaniment, The Colours of Christmas evokes a touching sense of longing for the joys of the festive season. Also available in a version for SATB Orchestration: 2 fl, ob, 2 cl, bn, 2 hn, cel, hp, str
The 5/8 rhythm of this carol evokes the ambling gait of the donkey on the road to Bethlehem. Also available in versions for upper voices and unison The accompaniment for orchestra is available to hire and for sale. An accompaniment for brass (4tpt.3tbn.tuba.perc) is available to hire at the OUP link below.
A hoedown in party mood. No. 1 of Three American Lyrics.
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.
Festival hymn with introductory fanfare. No. 2 of Two Hymns of Praise. Orchestration: Brass & organ: 4 tpt, 3 tbn (or 2 hn and 1 tbn), tba, timp, perc, org Orchestra: 126.96.36.199-4.4.4(1 opt).1-timp.perc-org-str Orchestral material is available to hire at the OUP link below.
Here John Rutter uses oriental musical influences to create a highly original arrangement of the popular Christmas carol. The verses are dark and mysterious in character, with warmth and joy radiating from the choruses. This setting can also be found in Rutter’s Christmas collection Joy to the World. Scores and parts for the orchestral accompaniment… Read more »