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All Bells in Paradise - click for larger image
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click here - Rutter, John 1945-
Rutter, John 1945-

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click here - Noble, Paul 1935- (Photo: bandmusicpdf.net)
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Title All Bells in Paradise
Article no. 4088571
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Wind music and choir
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band); Chor (adlib)
Instrumentation/info Concert Band, Optional Chorus
Format PrtStm (full score and parts); Download
Country of publication USA (us)
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Year of publication 2016
Price 56.18 EUR suggested
Composer Rutter, John
Arranger Noble, Paul
Difficulty level 1
Duration 5:20
Additional info/contents "All bells in paradise" was written for the 2012 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held each Christmas Eve at King's College. For this, John Rutter turned to a carol text more or less contemporary with King's Chapel itself, the 15th century Corpus Christi Carol, to which he added his own text. This arrangement is written for combined Concert Band and Chorus, but may be performed by Band alone. Bands will find this arrangement very accessible in its technical demands. Its beauty and simplicity will add to music for the Christmas season.

Choral parts are not included and if desired must be purchased independently. This arrangement is compatible with the original scoring, except that it is one-half step (semitone) higher than the original, to better accommodate band instruments.

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