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Mass of The Children

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Rutter, John
Publisher Collegium Records

Price: $16.98

Catalog #HS278CD

UPC code: 040888012924

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

This is the FIRST ALL NEW RECORDING OF JOHN RUTTER'S MUSIC IN TEN YEARS! "Mass of the Children was written in late 2002 and early 2003. The occasion of its first performance in February 2003 was a concert in New York's Carnegie Hall involving children's choir, adult choir, soprano and baritone soloists, and orchestra. I had always wanted to write a work combining children s choir with adult performers, not only because I find the sound of children's voices irresistible but also because I wanted to repay a debt. As a boy soprano in my school choir I had been thrilled whenever our choir took part in adult works with children's choir parts, such as the Mahler Third Symphony and the Britten War Requiem, and years later I remembered this experience and wanted to write something that would give children a similar opportunity to perform alongside adult professionals". --John Rutter (from the notes)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CLARE BENEDICTION, A RUTTER, JOHN  
COME DOWN O LOVE DIVINE RUTTER, JOHN  
I MY BEST-BELOVED'S AM RUTTER, JOHN  
I WILL SING WITH THE SPIRIT RUTTER, JOHN  
LOOK AT THE WORLD RUTTER, JOHN  
MASS OF THE CHILDREN RUTTER, JOHN  
MUSICA DEI DONUM RUTTER, JOHN  
TO EVERY THING THERE IS A SEASON RUTTER, JOHN  
WINGS OF THE MORNING RUTTER, JOHN  
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