The Magnificat by John Rutter is a musical setting of the biblical canticle Magnificat , completed in The extended composition in seven movements "for soprano or mezzo-soprano solo, mixed choir, and orchestra or chamber ensemble "  is based on the Latin text, interspersed with " Of a Rose, a lovely Rose ", an anonymous English poem on Marian themes , the beginning of the Sanctus and a prayer to Mary. The music includes elements of Latin American music. The composer conducted the first performance in Carnegie Hall on 26 May , and the first recording with the Cambridge Singers and the City of London Sinfonia. While the canticle Magnificat was often set to music, being a regular part of Catholic vespers and Anglican evensong , Rutter's work is one of few extended settings, along with Bach's composition.
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