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The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols: Paperback

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The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols is the perfect resource for choirs of all types and sizes. Each piece is presented with flexible scoring options, clearly explained throughout, enabling performance by various combinations of singers. With a fabulous range of accessible, quality material, this is a must for all choirs at Christmas.

Orchestration: Thornett: Rise up, Shepherd, and Follow - fl,... Read more
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The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols: Paperback

The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols is the perfect resource for choirs of all types and sizes. Each piece is presented with flexible scoring options, clearly explained throughout, enabling performance by various combinations of singers. With a fabulous range of accessible, quality material, this is a must for all choirs at Christmas.

Orchestration: Thornett: Rise up, Shepherd, and Follow - fl, ob, cl, bn, hn, glock, hp, str Wilberg: Still, Still, Still - strings Hewitt Jones: Child of the Stable's Secret Birth - fl, 2 hn (opt), hp (opt), pno, (single strings) 2 vln, vla, 2 vc, db Rutter: Christmas Lullaby - fl, ob, cl, 2 hn, str Rutter: Star Carol - 4 tpt, 3 tbn, tba, 2 perc, timp, pn or org OR 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bn, 2 hn, 2 perc (glock, sus cym, tri, timp), hp, str Gardner: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day - strings and percussion (SD, tamb) Warlock: Adam lay ybounden - strings Bullard: His Praises We'll Sing - 2 tpt, hn, tbn, tba Chilcott: Away in a manger - harp and strings 



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1Antony BaldwinA babe is born
2Christopher WigginsA little child there is yborn
3Graham RossAdam lay ybounden
4Peter Warlock, lower voice parts by Alan BullardAdam lay ybounden
5Nicholas BurtAngels, from the realms of glory
6W. J. Kirkpatrick, arr. Bob ChilcottAway in a manger
7William Billings, arr. Alan BullardAway With Your Sorrows
8Trad. African, trans. and arr. Fred Onovwerosuoke, accomp. Alan BullardBorn this day is the Son of God
9Trad. Dominican Republic, arr. Juan Tony GuzmanCantemos a Maria
10Thomas Hewitt JonesChild of the stable's secret birth
11Bob ChilcottChristmas-tide
12John RutterChristmas Lullaby
13Alan BullardCome and Worship!
1418th-cent. West Country carol, adap. Alan BullardCome, let us all with heart and voice
15Roderick WilliamsCoventry Carol
1616th-cent. French, arr. Alan SmithDing dong! merrily on high
17Jenny McLeodFalantidida
18from Piae Cantiones (1582), arr. Alan BullardGaudete!
19Trad. English, arr. Richard ShephardGloucestershire Wassail
20Malcolm ArcherGold for a manger bed
21Trad. American, arr. Pete ChurchillGo tell it on the mountain
22Old German carol, arr. Alan BullardGood Christians all, rejoice
23Alan BullardHis Praises We'll Sing
24Trad. French, arr. Neil MatthewsIl est ne, le divin enfant
25Alan SmithIn the Beginning
26Gustav Holst, descant and accomp. Alan BullardIn the bleak mid-winter
27Trad. Polish, arr. Neil MatthewsInfant holy, infant lowly
28Mina folk song, trans. and arr. by Fred OnovwerosuokeJesus Christ is here!
29Max Reger, arr. Alan BullardMary's Cradle Song
30Alan BullardNatus est Immanuel
31Edmund JolliffeNow is the Time for Christemas!
32Gwyn ArchO faithful star
33Adolphe Adam, arr. Alan BullardO holy night!
34Trad. English, arr. Jonathan WillcocksPast three o'clock
35Trad. American, arr. Gordon ThornettRise up, Shepherd, and Follow
36Sarah RodgersSee amid the winter's snow
37Franz Xaver Gruber, arr. Alan BullardSilent night
38Trad. Puerto Rican, arr. Alan BullardSong of the Wise Men
39John RutterStar Carol
40David WillcocksStarry night
41Austrian carol, arr. Mack WilbergStill, still, still
42Alan BullardSweet was the song
43Jenny McLeodTe Kaiwhakaora
44Kerry AndrewThe Cherry Tree Carol
45David HamiltonThe First Christmas
46Ian RayThe light of the world
47Cecilia McDowallThe Night is Still
48Trad. Swahili, arr. David BlackwellThe Saviour's Come
49Andrew SmithThe Truth from Above
50Anon. 15th cent., arr. Alan BullardThere is no rose
51John GardnerTomorrow shall be my dancing day
52John Henry Hopkins, arr. Stephen CleoburyWe three kings of Orient are
53Trad. West Country carol, arr. Benjamin WoodgatesWe wish you a merry Christmas
54Trad. English, arr. Antony BaldwinWhat child is this?
55John GardnerWhen Christ was born of Mary free
56Alan BullardWisselton, wasselton
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