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John Rutter: A Gaelic Blessing: SATB
It is also known by the repeating first line of the text, "Deep peace". Rutter, an Anglican , set many biblical texts for Christian services. 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. Rutter has said that his English-only composition is based on "an old Gaelic rune", and that he added a line mentioning Jesus and the word Amen, to make it also a Christian anthem. 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". Rutter scored the piece for four vocal parts SATB and organ , or orchestra. The choir voices enter together, with the lower voices also moving slowly like the left hand a full measure for "Deep", another one for "peace" , while the soprano pronounces "peace" sooner and moves up in eighth-notes on "running wave".
A Gaelic Blessing