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Te Deum

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Voicing/Format Performance CD
Desc Col0122cd
Composer John Rutter
Arranger John Rutter
Publisher Hinshaw Music Inc
Catalog # HMB171CD

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Product Description

Te Deum Composed by John Rutter. Arranged by John Rutter. For Performance CD. Published by Hinshaw Music Inc. (Catalog # HMB171CD, UPC: 040888011224)

Englishman John Rutter is today's most popular composer of church music, primarily owing to his accessible style and purposeful commitment to both professional and amateur choirs. This recording features some of Rutter's most popular sacred choral works from the 1980s--definitively performed by Rutter's own Cambridge Singers, conducted by the composer himself.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL CREATURES OF OUR GOD AND KING RUTTER, JOHN  
AS THE BRIDEGROOM TO HIS CHOSEN RUTTER, JOHN  
BE THOU MY VISION RUTTER, JOHN  
CHORAL FANFARE, A RUTTER, JOHN  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN AGAIN RUTTER, JOHN  
GO FORTH INTO THE WORLD IN PEACE RUTTER, JOHN  
I BELIEVE IN SPRINGTIME RUTTER, JOHN  
LORD IS MY LIGHT AND MY SALVATION, THE RUTTER, JOHN  
LORD MAKE ME AN INSTRUMENT OF THY PEACE RUTTER, JOHN  
NOW THANK WE ALL OUR GOD RUTTER, JOHN  
O BE JOYFUL IN THE LORD RUTTER, JOHN  
TE DEUM RUTTER, JOHN  
THY PERFECT LOVE RUTTER, JOHN  

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