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Requiem Rutter Ensemble Score

By John Rutter

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SATB choir, soprano voice solo, chamber orchestra (flute, oboe, 3 pedal timpani, glockenspiel, harp, cello, organ) - Difficulty: Medium (Adult)
Composed by John Rutter (1945-). This edition: Hardcover. Extended Works. Main Key: G Major. Sacred, Concert. Ensemble Score. 116 pages. Duration 40 minutes. Published by Hinshaw Music Inc. (HI.HMB164EFS).

Item Number: HI.HMB164EFS

Key: G major.

Rutter's skill and virtuosity shine forth from this monumental addition to serious choral literature. This hardcover bound full score would be a welcome addition to any music library. The organ part is different from the piano reduction that appears in the vocal score.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    ON, Canada
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2011-02-16 00:00:00.0 Rutter Requiem Ensemble Score

    This is a hardcover conductor's score for the following instrumentation: flute, oboe, cello, timp, glock, harp and organ. Individual parts must be rented from Hinshaw Music, currently US$250 for a 6 wk period, + $5 each additional week. Note also an additional ASCAP/SOCAN fee of $75 for performance...

    of this score.

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  • 5

    Marcus Reinkeluers
    Location:
    Toronto, ON, Canada
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • 2007-07-16 00:00:00.0 Rutter's Requiem for Chamber Ensemble

    This arrangement of Rutter's Requiem requires significantly smaller resources in both the instrumental and the choral parts. Our choir of 16 voices, will be accompanied by a small ensemble of secondary school students from a local audition only arts school. My only complaint, is that Rutter removed the clarinet...

    from the scoring and had the oboe or flute "pick up the slack". As my oboist is also a member of the choir, I may re-write a clarinet part back in prior to performance in the spring. This is an excellent arrangement if you do not wish to go the route of full orchestra and large choir. While the choral and ensemble parts look deceptively easy, the lines are long and must be carefully shaped! The instruments must be in full control of their tone and dynamic, as they are out there all alone! Everybody's a soloist.

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