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  • John Rutter

    Agnus Dei, from Mass of the Children

    Mass of the Children represents something new in the composer’s work insofar as it was conceived with an integral role for a children’s choir alongside an adult mixed choir, two soloists, and orchestra (now band). The role of the...

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  • John Rutter

    Angels' Carol

    The music was adapted and arranged by Lowell Mason in 1839 from an older melody which was then believed to have originated from Handel, not least because the theme of the refrain (And heaven and nature sing...) appears in the orchestra opening and...

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  • David Willcocks

    Angelus ad virginem

    Angelus ad Virginem (or its English title, Gabriel, From Heven King Was To The Maide Sende) was a popular medieval carol,whose text is a poetic version of the Hail Mary and the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary. Probably Franciscan in origin, it was...

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  • Johan Halvorsen

    Arietta, for Saxophone Quintet

      The original orchestration for "Arietta" was for five-part strings alone, which lends itself well for transcribing to other wind sections. The piece works very well for saxophone quintet, and is scored for the standard 2 alto saxes, 2 tenor...

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  • Peter Warlock

    Bethlehem Down

    There are few instrumental pieces amongst the works of Peter Warlock who wrote chiefly vocal items. Several of his carols have become firmly established in the seasonal repertoire of singers and choirs; none moreso than Bethlehem Down. The string...

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  • John Rutter

    Child in a Manger

    The tune for Child in a manger first appeared as "Bunessan", composed in the Scottish Islands, published in 1900 as a Christmas carol with lyrics translated from the Scottish Gaelic by Mary McDonald. The hymn tune later appeared in 'Songs of Praise',...

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  • John Rutter

    Deck the Hall

    John Rutter has created a delightful rendition of this notable carol, originally published as an a cappella choral piece, to which this equally delightful adaptation has been made for combined Concert Band and Chorus, or for band alone. The choral...

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  • David Willcocks

    Deck the hall - Brass Quintet

    "Deck the Halls" (originally titled "Deck the Hall"), is a traditional Christmas, yuletide, and New Years' carol. The melody is Welsh dating back to the sixteenth century, and belongs to a winter carol, "Nos Galan", ("New Year's Eve"), a traditional...

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  • John Rutter

    Distant Land

    Distant Land was written in 1991, inspired by the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. It was originally written as a choral piece, and later scored by Rutter as an orchestral version. This arrangement is written as a piece for Concert/Wind Band.

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  • John Rutter

    Distant Land, Version for Band and Chorus

    “Distant Land" was written in 1991, inspired by the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. It was originally written as a choral piece, and later scored by Rutter as an orchestral version. This arrangement is written as a piece for combined...

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  • Ralph Vaughan Williams

    England's Pleasant Land - Concert Band version

    It is a rare privilege for me to be able to present a first publication of such a prominent musical giant in our history.  I am grateful to The Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust, Oxford University Press and Dr. Peter Horton for their...

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  • John Gardner

    English Dance Suite (Original - Complete)

    The English Dance Suite was originally composed by John Gardner for Wind Band, and has been re-set for the modern Concert Band instrumentation. Both the original version, edited and type-set by Paul Noble, and this arrangement are first...

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