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Hark, The Herald Angels Sing! – Arrangement for Orchestra (£28.00)
O Come All Ye Faithful – Arrangement for Orchestra (£28.00)
O Little Town Of Bethlehem – Carol Arrangement for Orchestra (£28.00)
While Shepherds Watched Their Flock – Arrangement for Orchestra and Choir (£25.00)
Many more Christmas and Easter arrangements available, including:
Carols On The Concourse – for Winds & Brasses – 15 Popular Carols
Here is the answer to your needs for some handy outdoor Carols
to play in the snow, or in the Shopping Concourse in Christmas
week. These 15 titles include all of your favourites and they
add some fresh ideas in counter melodies and flowing quaver harmonies.
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing – Christmas Carol
Here is a big arrangement of a very popular carol. Mendelssohn
and David Willcocks’s Descant combined with brass fanfares
and verse links. Added bass and rhythm guitar options – chord
symbols to help – and all three verses set up for a festival congregation.
Long Time Ago In Bethlehem (Mary’s Boy Child) – Carol Arrangement
From an original piano arrangement of this popular calypso carol,
I have made a full orchestral setting with Latin percussion sounds
and lilting phrases redolent of the gentle breezes of the Caribbean
islands. Lots of rhythmic music with a swing – in church!
Good Christians All Rejoice – Carol arrangement for Orchestra
A simple treatment for orchestra in a congregational setting.
This has two bar links for repose and contrasting dynamics
in various sections to add colour and variety to the sound.
It should not be too ponderous or too quick in pace
– for the sake of vocal phrasing.
Christmas Eve – March – SWB & Marching Band
A jolly selection of Christmas tunes for marching band. This is the full
arrangement for marching band to play out there in the snow!. Now you
can play it outside from landscape style parts and enjoy a medley of English
Carols all around the world! Be the first to get it out there this coming Christmas.