Musicians are a mischievous lot – as evidenced by the nickname ascribed to John Rutter’s A Gaelic Blessing. No sooner had it been composed in than it . A GAELIC BLESSING lyrics! Deep peace of the running wave to you. Deep peace of the flowing air to you. Deep peace of the. to.˙. ˙ œ.˙ you. ˙ œ you. P. P. P. P. ˙ œ. Deep peace œ œ# œ. Deep peace.˙. Deep.˙#. Deep. -. A GAELIC BLESSING. John Rutter. Gruppo Corale “G. Casiraghi”.
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John Rutter: A Gaelic Blessing – Classic FM
All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from June Articles with permanently dead external links Pages with timeline metadata. The composition is characterized as slow-paced and of a gentle nature. Rutter scored the piece for four vocal parts SATB and organor orchestra.
This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Both Sharp’s and Rutter’s compositions begin every line with “deep peace”, and refer in a repetitive manner to the elements of nature, such as, “running wave”, “flowing air”, “quiet earth”, “shining stars”, “gentle night”, “healing light”, and in Rutter’s version to “Christ, light of the world”.
The format of the text is based in a similar format to that found in some Celtic Christian prayers and songs, such as those found in the Christian-era Scottish Gaelic collection, the Carmina Gadelica. Gloria Requiem Magnificat Mass of the Children Retrieved from ” https: The pattern is kept for most of the piece. Archived from the original PDF on Dynamically, the music begins softly pgrowing slightly to mp for the “shining stars”, and again later for “moon and stars”.
Under the Dark Star. The Beatles Concerto Suite Antique Rutter has said that his English-only composition is based on “an old Gaelic rune”, and that he added a line mentioning Jesus and gaeilc word Amen, to make it also a Christian anthem.
The original, English-language piece that the central lines of Rutter’s piece are directly excerpted from, published in the novel, The Dominion of Dreams: It is also known by the repeating first line of the text, “Deep peace”.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A climax is “Christ”, marked crescendo to a strong f “light of the world” with all voices holding the word “light” for more than a measurebut diminuendo to a very soft ending, with all voices and the accompaniment calming to slow movement.
The Dominion of Dreams: Choral compositions Compositions by John Rutter compositions.
Rutter, an Anglicanset many biblical texts for Christian services.