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What Sweeter Music

By John Rutter

Customer Rating:   10 Reviews Write a Review


SATB choir and organ - Level B (easy)
Composed by John Rutter (1945-). Mixed Voices. Choral, 20th Century, Christmas and Sacred. Octavo. 8 pages. Duration 4.5'. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193431201).

Item Number: OU.9780193431201
ISBN 9780193431201. Choral, 20th Century, Christmas and Sacred. 9x12 inches.

For SATB and organ or string orchestra.

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Format: Octavo 

Level: Beginning 

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  • December 03, 2011 lovely piece

    This is a challenging piece for both singers and conductor--but worth the effort. Lovely and unique. Something I have both sung and directed and loved both!

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  • November 07, 2011 What Sweeter Music

    This is a beautiful arrangement and slightly different to many of John Rutter's usual carol arrangements. It requires a bit of work to learn it and cope with the key changes but it is well worth the effort.

    21 of 38 people found this review helpful.
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  • December 16, 2008 Great for small choir

    A little bit more challenging

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  • 4

  • September 21, 2008 Beautiful piece

    This one is such a beautiful piece. The melody is flowing throughout. However, balanced sections and the ability to sing the high notes are a must. It is very important to have a strong Soprano II section, as they have the voice leading in the divided women's sections.

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  • February 05, 2008 The Choir Boys sing the Sweeter Music

    This has to be one of most beautiful pieces of music written over the last few centuries. Radio stations who had eber heare "the Choir Boys' ever, are singing their praises and their artrangement coutrey by John Rutter Their should be much action in a the next few months I...

    should expect.

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