John Rutter

John Rutter dirigiendo un ensayo.

John Rutter Milford, CBE (nacido 24 de septiembre de 1945 y comandante del Imperio Británico) es un compositor británico, director de coro, director, arreglista y productor.

Nacido en Londres, fue educado en la Highgate School. En 1981 fundó su propio coro, el "Cambridge Singers", con quienes presenta muy variado repertorio sacro que los ha de caracterizar (incluida su propia obra), y tiene varias grabaciones, en particular bajo su propia etiqueta: Collegium Records. Vive cerca de Cambridge, pero con frecuencia dirige otros coros y orquestas de todo el mundo.

En 1980 se le hizo un becario de honor de Westminster Choir College, Princeton, y en 1988 miembro del Gremio de Músicos de Iglesia. En 1996 el Arzobispo de Canterbury le confirió un Doctorado de Música, en reconocimiento de su contribución a la música sacra.


Contenido

Lista de Composiciones y Arreglos

Villancicos

  • "Angels' Carol"
  • "Candlelight Carol"
  • "Carol of the Children"
  • "Cantique de Noël"
  • "Christmas Lullaby"
  • "Christmas Night"
  • "Deck the Hall"
  • "Donkey Carol"
  • "Dormi Jesu"
  • "I Wonder as I Wander"
  • "Jesus Child"
  • "Joy to the World" (in pseudo-Handelian style)
  • "Love Came Down at Christmas"
  • "Mary's Lullaby"
  • "Nativity Carol"
  • "Of a Rose, a lovely Rose"
  • "Shepherd's Pipe Carol"
  • "Silent Night"
  • "Star Carol"
  • "There is a Flower"
  • "The Very Best Time of Year"
  • "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
  • "Wexford Carol"
  • "What Sweeter Music"
  • "Wild Wood Carol"

Trabajos Corales

  • "A Gaelic Blessing" for SATB and organ or guitar. Commissioned by the choir of 1st United Methodist Church in honor of music director Mel Olson, Omaha, Nebraska USA (1978)
  • "Carols for Choirs 2" ed. Willcocks and Rutter
  • "Carols for Choirs 3" ed. Willcocks and Rutter
  • "Carols for Choirs 4" ed. Willcocks and Rutter
  • "Dancing Day" for SSA with harp or piano
  • "Eight Childhood Lyrics"
  • "Eight Christmas Carols, Set 1" for mixed voices and piano
  • "Eight Christmas Carols, Set 2" for mixed voices and piano
  • "100 Carols for Choirs" ed. Willcocks and Rutter
  • "Twelve Christmas Carols, Set 1" for mixed voices and small orchestra or piano
  • "Twelve Christmas Carols, Set 2" for mixed voices and small orchestra or piano
  • "Child in a manger" from Carols for Choirs 3 for SATB and keyboard or orchestra
  • "Christmas Night" for SATB and keyboard or strings
  • "Come Down, O Love Divine" for double mixed choir and organ
  • "Cradle Song" from Carols for Choirs 3 for SATB unaccompanied
  • "Donkey Carol" for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "Flemish Carol" from Carols for Choirs 3 for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "For the Beauty of the Earth" for SATB, SA, or TTBB, and piano
  • "Here we come a-wassailing" from Twelve Christmas Carols, Set 1
  • "The holly and the ivy" for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "I saw three ships" from Carols for Choirs 3 for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "Jesus Child" for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "Jesus Child" for unison and piano
  • "Joy to the world!" for SATB and keyboard or orchestra (2 trumpets, timpani and strings)
  • "King Jesus hath a garden" from Carols for Choirs 3 for SATB and piano or flute, harp and strings
  • "Love came down at Christmas" for SATB and keyboard or strings
  • "Mary's Lullaby" for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "Nativity Carol" for SATB and keyboard or strings
  • "O come, O come, Immanuel" from Twelve Christmas Carols, Set 1 for SATB and keyboard or orchestra.
  • "Quem pastores laudavere" for SATB unaccompanied
  • "Quittez, pasteurs" for SATB unaccompanied
  • "Shepherd's Pipe Carol" for SATB and piano or orchestra or for SSAA and piano or orchestra
  • "Sing we to this merry company" for SATB and orchestra or organ
  • "Star Carol" for SATB and piano or orchestra or brass with optional children's voices or for unison and piano
  • "There is a flower" for SATB unaccompanied
  • "Three Carols" from Carols for Choirs 4 for SS and SSA unaccompanied
  • "Tomorrow shall be my dancing day" from the cycle of carols, Dancing Day for SSA and harp or piano
  • "The twelve days of Christmas from Carols for Choirs 2 for SATB and piano or orchestra
  • "Wexford Carol" for SATB unaccompanied
  • "What sweeter music" for SATB and organ or strings

Otras Composiciones

  • All Creatures of our God and King
  • All Things Bright and Beautiful
  • As the bridegroom to his chosen
  • Be Thou my vision
  • Behold, the Tabernacle of God
  • Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind
  • Children's chorus, opt.
  • A Choral Amen
  • A Choral Fanfare
  • Christ the Lord is risen again
  • A Clare Benediction
  • Distant Land
  • The Falcon
  • Fancies (part of "Eight Childhood Lyrics")
  • Feel the Spirit
  • Gloria
  • Go forth into the world in peace
  • God be in my head
  • Gregorian Chant
  • Greensleeves
  • How Firm A Foundation
  • Heavenly Aeroplane
  • Hymn to the Creator of Light
  • I believe in springtime
  • I will lift up mine eyes
  • I will sing with the spirit
  • I will worship the Lord
  • I Wonder as I Wander
  • Let us go in peace
  • Look at the World
  • The Lord bless you and keep you
  • The Lord is my light and my salvation
  • The Lord is my Shepherd: SATB & organ
  • Loving shepherd of thy sheep
  • Magnificat
  • Mass of the Children: sop. and bar. soli, children's SSA choir, mixed SATB choir, and orchestra or chamber ensemble
  • Now thank we all our God
  • O be joyful in the Lord
  • O clap your hands
  • Open Thou Mine Eyes
  • The Peace of God
  • Pie Jesu
  • Praise the Lord, O my soul
  • Praise ye the Lord
  • A Prayer of Saint Patrick
  • Te Deum
  • Thanksgiving Prayer
  • The Peace of God
  • Thy Perfect love
  • Toccata in 7
  • Requiem
  • Suite Antique
  • When Icicles Hang
  • When the saints go marching in
  • Wings of the Morning

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