Christmas Music of John Rutter
Are You Familiar with John Rutter's Christmas Music?
It can be interesting to take a look at the HubPages forum topics. Even simple ones can be thought provoking and inspiring. Being reminded of lovely music was a recent delight.
Compelled by the forum question, “What is your favorite Christmas song?” I decided to share something of John Rutter's beautiful Christmas music in a short hub.
Perhaps you know him well, or maybe you have never heard his name. Either way, don't miss this chance to plan on filling your entire holiday season with his lovely sounds of Christmas.
If you are not familiar with his work, prepare to be surprised by and to enjoy some of the most beautiful sounds of the season!
The Music of Christmastide
Who is John Rutter?
That’s easy to find out. Just go to
this biography from "John Rutter" (be sure to peruse the entire site)
to read some of the information that has written about him.
However, if you really want to know who he is, listen to his music and learn why words like “talented” have to be preceded with “breathtakingly” in order to begin to do justice to a proper description of him and his music.
A writer such as myself should probably not begin the task of writing about him, but I am qualified to say that his Christmas music is worth finding and making your own if you love all that is beautiful.
If you are not familiar with the lovely music that John Rutter has given the world then become so this Christmastide. To miss the opportunity would be to incredibly deprive yourself of a gift worth having and holding on to for future Christmases.
Christmastide Greetings to You!
Music of John Rutter
Beginning with the Music
The following links will give you a preview of Rutter, but don’t let these satisfy you. Explore the exquisite music that is available and make your choice of what to own:
In The Bleak Midwinter:
Carol of the Magi:
A Christmas Festival
Enjoy and Give Beautiful Christmas Music
Beginning with iTunes you can access Christmas choral compositions to enrich your holiday season. Collegium Records offers The John Rutter Christmas Album and a chance to listen to samples of selections.
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Don't forget to have some of this lovely music delivered to your own address even as you consider that it would make wonderful gifts for others.
Christmastide is the season of beauty and this music would make a beautiful and lasting gift for friends and loved ones.
As well, learn the texts to the marvelous music of Christmas. Embrace them, let them resound in your heart and mind throughout the wonderful season that will be upon us in a blink!
• If you are a vocalist you might enjoy this opportunity to listen to Candlelight Carol.
Rutter's What Sweeter Music
Christmastide by Donald Fraser
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