John Rutter ... always produces very beautiful works. This is no exception. From beginning to end it floats serenely on a gentle accompaniment. All intervals are singable. The organist can set the instrument up easily for the whole work with very few additions. No choir should be without this lovely work. The Organ Here is a jolly piece, based on I Corinthians 14 v.15, which consistently remains restrained and never becomes extrovert, uses highly understandable harmony and modulations, does not try to be intellectually far-fetched (its cleverness is in its comparative simplicity) and has a straightforward organ part with lots of simple rhythmic interest largely centred on a syncopated motif. A particularly magic touch is the very soft ending on the word 'Alleluia'. This is a wonderful anthem in all respects, and I strongly recommend it to all choirs looking for something new without being difficult - it is also available in a two-part version. Organists' Review
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There are two versions of the vocal parts - for two-part upper voices with piano or for SATB with organ. An orchestral accompaniment is also available for both versions. Words are from Corinthians 1:14 Full scores and parts for the orchestral accompaniment are available on hire. Also available in John Rutter Anthems.