John Rutter - The Tewkesbury Collection

John Rutter - The Tewkesbury Collection

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A celebration of Britain’s best-loved living composer, John Rutter.

Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum
Carleton Etherington organ
Benjamin Nicholas director


For his final recording with the men and boys of Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum, Benjamin Nicholas has chosen to celebrate Britain’s best-loved living composer, John Rutter. Rather than simply sticking to familiar classics, this programme explores the full range of the composer’s output from The Lord is my shepherd and Lord, thou hast been our refuge to his most recent piece This is the day, written for the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Rutter’s rare communicative gifts are given a special glow by the refulgent acoustic of Tewkesbury Abbey and the choir’s luminous singing.

The choir are full of the abandon of this delicious music
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The young trebles of Tewkesbury Abbey are a force to be reckoned with. They sing musically and fearlessly with excellent diction and a mature, warm tone
- Choir & Organ

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The Schola Cantorum sing the weekday choral services at the Abbey.

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Dean Close Preparatory School

The choristers are all educated at Dean Close Preparatory School in Cheltenham.

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