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Rutter "Requiem" organ stand alone edition

I am looking for information to obtain a stand alone organ score for Rutter's "Requiem".
I am aware of the Orchestral and Chamber versions.
Does anyone have an organ edition that duplicates the piano vocal score reduction but for organ without instruments?
 
Edwin Foster
NJ Conservatory
Mountain Lakes, NJ
on March 15, 2014 1:52pm
I think the orchestral reduction would work. A trained organist would do a quite interesting job with lots of color changes: I've heard it played quite often (once or twice by organist Melanie Barney), directly from the orchestral reduction, and it works really well. My friend Martin Dagenais, conductor of Grand Choeur de Montréal and La Petite bande de Montréal, usually does a version with cello. One can also add an oboe and a flute for more orchestral colors... But to answer your question, I do not know of any organ reduction of the work...
 
Guillaume St-Gelais, M.Mus
Quebec City, QC
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