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Suitable for SATB unaccompanied, this title sets words from St Patrick's Breastplate (5th century).
Viola Time Runners is compatible with Fiddle Time Runners: all of the tunes (except the C string pieces) may be played together by viola and violin, either in unison, in unison with a few simple changes, or with the ensemble parts provided. The book uses the finger patterns 0-12-3-4 and 0-1-2-34, and includes 'C string specials'; extra pieces to give plenty of practice on the C string. Play-along tracks with lively and characterful accompaniments are available to download from a Companion Website, and piano and viola accompaniments are available separately.
for SATB and organ OR organ with 5-part brass ensemble and optional timpani and percussion OR orchestra Winchester Te Deum is a glorious work with a great sense of ceremony. This important setting is bright and joyful and equally suitable for church and concert performance. It pairs wonderfully in a concert half with Rutter's Gloria and provides perfect material for a festival evensong or occasional service.
Currently vinyl is coming alive and therefore all the artful covers of the last decade are dug out presenting us a piece of history every day. Known and unknown artists and photographers are collected in this tear-off-calender showing us the diversity of vinyl covers throug the years.
for TTBB and organ with optional brass and percussion or orchestra A festal setting of this familiar tune, imposing and exciting but not difficult, with a few thrillingly unexpected harmonies and modulations. Score and parts for brass and percussion are available on hire.
for SATB and piano or orchestra This chorus also appears in the anthology Opera Choruses. Orchestral material is available on hire
for SATB and piano, or piano, bass, and drum kit This show-stopping fughetta is part of John Rutter's 'musical fable' The Reluctant Dragon. Also available in Encores for Choirs. Instrumental material is available on hire.
for SATB unaccompanied Also in 100 Carols for Choirs.
Sir Henry J. Wood (1869-1944), co-founder and chief conductor of the Proms for nearly half a century, is often noted for his championing of the leading composers of the day, including Richard Strauss, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Sibelius, and Vaughan Williams. Less known is the part Wood played in advocating and performing the music of J.S. Bach, much of which, incredibly, was unknown in England at the turn of the twentieth century. This book uncovers Wood's pivotal role in the English Bach revival. Wood's performances of works such as the St Matthew Passion and B Minor Mass caused a stir; the Brandenburg Concertos and Orchestral Suites became staple fixtures in the musical calendar; and his orchestral arrangements of Bach's solo works and cantata arias were key to the popularisation of the composer in England. Largely untouched, the hundreds of Bach scores individually marked up by Wood, now preserved in his archive at the Royal Academy of Music, London, reveal the minutiae of his thoughts on performance and offer a fascinating parallel to his available recordings from the period. Illuminating a significant new aspect of the musical life of England before World War II, the book also demonstrates that Wood's advocacy continues to influence perceptions of Bach even today. DR HANNAH FRENCH is an academic, broadcaster, and Baroque flautist based in London. She broadcasts regularly on Radio 3 and has appeared as a TV presenter and commentator for the BBC Proms.
A fable with music for narrator, mixed choir, and small orchestra, or oboe, bassoon, and piano This delightful work tells the story of the 14th-century Dominican mystic Heinrich Suso who, according to legend, notated the carol In dulci jubilo after it had been sung to him by a band of angels; he is unexpectedly aided by Sigismund, his donkey. The work has been recorded by the Cambridge Singers and the City of London Sinfonia with Brian Kay (narrator), conducted by the composer. It forms part of a recording of the Christmas music of John Rutter (Collegium COLC 102).
Suitable for SSAATTBB unaccompanied or with orchestra.
This collection aims to provide a comprehensive survey of a highly significant part of the Christian Year: Ash Wednesday and Lent, Passiontide, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter. Its contents span all musical periods of what is a marvellously rich area of church music and it contains much that is not widely available elsewhere under one cover.
Ash Wednesday to Easter for Choirs includes a number of less familiar works together with new or recent arrangements of well-known tunes, such as Philip Ledger's 'This joyful Eastertide', Simon Lindley's 'Now the green blade riseth', and Bob Chilcott's setting of 'Were you there?'. Some of the anthems, for example Richard Shephard's 'Sing, my tongue' and Grayston Ives' 'Ride on', have been newly commissioned specifically for this collection, thus filling certain gaps.
Wherever possible new practical performing editions of 16th-century repertoire have been prepared, reflecting current scholarship and including an English singing translation and, where, the original had none, a dynamic scheme. Such dynamics are the editors' suggestions only and may be freely ignored or adapted. Note values have in some instances been halved. Unaccompanied items include keyboard reductions for rehearsal.
Suitable for SATB unaccompanied, this work presents a setting of the popular medieval Advent carol.
The Pearson Edexcel AS/A level Anthology of Music CDs introduce the AS and A level set works to a new generation of musicians and will inspire them to develop their music knowledge, understanding and skills and will help them prepare for their assessment. Published in partnership with Edition Peters and Faber Music, and edited by Julia Winterson, the audio CDs contain: recordings* of the set works in one triple-CD box set performances which correspond to the scores in the printed Anthology. *For copyright reasons some tracks may not be available on the CD. Full details will be released prior to publication.
Serge Ivanovitch Taneiev was a great teacher of composition in Russia, having taught the great Russian composers and influenced scores of other musicians. It includes names like Serge Rachmaninoff, Leonid Sabaneiev, Lazare Saminsky, Walter Piston, Philip Greely Clapp, Igor Stravinsky, Tchaikofsky, and Serge Koussevitzky, who wrote the introduction to this large volume. Music scholars who are acquainted with the "Convertible Counterpoint" of Serge Ivanovitch Taneiev consider it the greatest work ever written in its field.
for SATB and piano or brass quintet or small orchestra This is an attractive, not difficult carol to a traditional Scottish text and with a gentle 'folk-y' feel. A flowing melody, complete with flattened 7ths and delicate Scotch snaps, appears in various guises, each verse ending with a lullaby refrain. It is available in both mixed and upper-voice versions. Material is available on hire for an accompaniment for brass quintet and for small orchestra.
Why study music? How much practical use is it in the modern world? This introduction proves how studying music is of great value both in its own terms and also in the post-university careers marketplace. The book explains the basic concepts and issues involved in the academic study of music, draws attention to vital connections across the field and encourages critical thinking over a broad range of music-related issues. - Covers all main aspects of music studies, including topics such as composition, opera, popular music, and music theory - Provides a thorough overview of a hugely diverse subject, from the history of early music to careers in music technology, giving a head-start on the areas to be covered on a music degree - New to 'neume'? Need a reminder about 'ripping'? - glossaries give clear definitions of key musical terms - Chapters are carefully structured and organized enabling easy and quick location of the information needed
for men's voices & piano or chamber ensemble or chamber orchestra These are extracted from The Sprig of Thyme. Accompaniments are for piano or chamber ensemble (using one player per string part) or chamber orchestra. Instrumental parts are available on hire.
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