This lively 17th-century French carol opens as a jaunty dance as two women, Jeannette and Isabella, run to the manger to see the Christ Child. The quieter middle section incorporates handchimes and is more straightforward. The piece closes with a return to the carefree dance. The use of dotted eighth and sixteenth notes to depict the dance offers a good teaching opportunity while enjoying this upbeat and lighthearted piece.
(Love Has Come)arr. Sandra Eithun - Choristers Guild
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