A "Fantasia" in the truest sense, this choral tapestry of English carols was composed in 1912 after Vaughan-Williams had completed the scores for his first symphony ("The Sea"), and the Tallis Fantasia. In
Dan Forrest's setting of this beloved carol takes a wonder-filled, reflective gaze inside the stable in Bethlehem. The anthem takes its time to savor the beauty and meaning of the scene and to communicate
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This glorious processional will create an impressive opening to your holiday concert. The modal harmonies and open intervals are not difficult to sing, but capture the sound of the season. And a light
From Piae Cantiones, this setting of Gaudete! is in a progressive style, yet well suited to the medieval melody. Its energy is derived from the accented rhythms and dance-like percussive
"Gloria in excelsis Deo, et in terra pax..." This beautiful, expressive original weaves fragments of carols into the musical texture. With a reflective text and a warm C-instrument obbligato, this is a
What a great way to feature the gentlemen of your middle school, junior high or high school chorus! Your guys get to imitate the sound of a swinging, walking string bass as they lay the foundation for the
Inspired by his arrangement in The International Carol Library - British Isles, Larry Shackley presents an imaginative choral setting of the perennial Christmas favorite. Perfect for worship and
This accessible setting of the traditional English carol provides many opportunities for Part 2 to sing the melody. Strophic in nature, the arrangement features varied textures in each verse, and is truly
Now available in mixed and men's voicings is this calypso-flavored treatment of the familiar English carol with a fa-la-la chorus, fresh harmonies and a cool bass line! Festive!
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