John Rutter: The Lord Bless You And Keep You (SA)

Livre | Accompagnement Piano

Compositeur: John Rutter
Format: Partitions | Oeuvre Vocale
Une composition douce et solennelle de John Rutter qui appelle à la méditation, spécialement arrangée ici pour voix aiguës. Convient également pour un chœur d'enfants. Cette expressive œuvre pour chorales s'inspire d'un extrait de Numbers 6:24.
Numéro ISBN: 9780193415218
Skill Level: Intermédiaire Explain this
Publié le: 03 septembre 1992
Nombre de pages: 4
Langue: Anglais
Numéro de catalogue: R1521
 
     
       

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        Qualité du contenu
        9,4
        Rapport qualité/prix
        9,0
        Évaluation générale
        9,3
        Notes de 9.3 sur 10 d'après 23 avis

        Évaluations Musicroom

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        Évaluation
        5
        Gorgeous piece of music. We sing it in choir quite often but usually in SATB!
        Anonyme - ()
        3
        This is a nice arrangement for two voices but is much nicer in four parts
        Anonyme - (Doncaster, United Kingdom)
        5
        sehr schönes Stück, für Jugendchöre geeignet, Klavierbegleitung gut spielbar, angenehme Singlage
        Anonyme - (Lübbecke, Germany)
        5
        This is a lovely piece of music well loved by all my choir members. It is relatively simple to learn.
        Anonyme - (Barnstaple, United Kingdom)
        5
        This piece was perfect for our small community choir and we have peformed it twice now. It is a simple and easy arrangement with a breathtaking result. We had men and women singing both parts and it worked well. Although only for SA, there is enough in the composition to make rehearsals interesting.
        Anonyme - (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
        5
        lovely piece of music, well set out and easy to follow.
        Anonyme - (saltney, United Kingdom)
        5
        Gentle, comforting and serenely beautiful song which uses the words of the blessing the high priest Aaron and his sons were commanded to use to bless the people of Israel - taken from Numbers 6 verses 24-26 in the Bible. A lovely duet. The top part reaches a high G so needs to be confident in the upper register.
        Anonyme - (CHESSINGTON,, United Kingdom)
        4
        A good, clear, manageable, alternative arrangement for a less-experienced choir. Also outstanding service from Musicroom as it arrived within 24hrs of ordering.
        Anonyme - (Watford, United Kingdom)
        5
        I love John Rutters arrangements of beautiful lyrics. thanks for such a good service
        Anonyme - (Norwich, United Kingdom)
        4
        Delighted with the music. Fairly easy to find on website. Service swift and efficient.
        Anonyme - (Lanarkshire)
        5
        Lovely piece of music. Not difficult to learn and a beautiful result. Great for amateurs.
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        5
        This is a really excellent version of the more familiar four-part Rutter. It has proved to be a good challenge to my young inexperienced choir and their inexperienced conductor but not too daunting. At the moment an adult will sing the alto line in the first performance but I look forward to developing the two parts.
        Anonyme - ()
        4
        Did the job. Great for SA voices. Quick delivery.
        Anonyme - (London, United Kingdom)
        4
        L'arrangement est simple mais efficace, ça sonne bien même à 2 voix!
        Anonyme - (SARREGUEMINES, France)
        5
        Great piece of music. Not difficult to learn the melodies, so good for amateur musicians. I use this song a lot in my singing lessons for duet singing.
        Anonyme - ()
        5
        This is a lovely piece of music and took me back to my childhood. Would definitely recommend it.
        Anonyme - (Bury, United Kingdom)
        5
        What a beautiful song, we will be performing this song in joint venture between a visiting American High School choir and our own choir. I expect it will be awesome.
        Anonyme - (Penicuik, United Kingdom)

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