O Come, O Come Emanuel was written in the thirteenth century by an unknown composer. It was set as a single melodic line as many Gregorian chants were constructed. Lush, modern harmonies have been
The haunting melody of this Advent favorite is enhanced by rich, shifting harmonies. This arrangement makes a wonderful contrast selection in a holiday program. And it is scored for five saxophones with
Scored for 2 oboes, English horn and 2 bassoons. Arranged by Eric Rath for the 2015 TMEA.
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
This clever arrangement by James Christensen of the pop/jazz classic opens with finger snaps in the flute and oboe while the clarinet and bassoon begin the tune. The hornist gets to simulate the sound of a
The delicate setting and simple melody of Placid create a peaceful mood akin to intimate friends having a quiet conversation in a fire-lit sitting room. Though it's not a holiday classic, it sure sounds
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