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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Willcocks; John Rutter
|Language Note:||Words chiefly in English; some carols in Latin; carols originally in French or German include English translation.|
|Notes:||For chorus, with or without soloists, with piano or organ acc. or unacc.
Includes traditional and contemporary carols for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, and Easter.
|Description:||1 score (386 pages) ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Adam lay ybounden ; All my heart this night rejoices ; Alleluya, a new work is come on hand ; Angels, from the realms of glory ; Angelus ad virginem ; As with gladness men of old ; Ave plena gracia ; Away in a manger ; A babe is born ; Birthday Carol ; The cherry tree carol ; Child in a manger ; A child is born in Bethlehem ; Christmas night ; Coventry carol ; Coventry carol ; Cradle song ; The crown of roses ; Deck the hall ; Ding dong! merrily on high ; Ding dong! merrily on high ; The first Nowell ; Gabriel to Mary came ; Gabriel's message ; God rest you merry, gentlemen ; Good King Wenceslas ; A great and mighty wonder ; Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary ; Hark! the herald-angels sing ; He is born the divine Christ-child ; Here we come a-wassailing ; The holly and the ivy ; Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber ; I saw a maiden ; I saw three ships ; I saw three ships ; I wonder as I wander ; Il est ne le divin enfant ; In Dulci Jubilo ; In the bleak mid-winter ; In the bleak mid-winter ; Infant holy, infant lowly ; The Infant King ; It came upon the midnight clear ; Jesus child ; Jesus Christ is risen today ; Jesus Christ the apple tree ; Jingle, bells ; Joy to the world ; Joys seven ; King Jesus hath a garden ; Kings of Orient ; Lo! he comes with clouds descending ; Lo, how a Rose e'er blooming ; Longfellow's carol ; Lord of the Dance ; Lute-book lullaby ; A maiden most gentle ; Mary's Lullaby ; A merry Christmas ; Myn lyking ; Nativity carol ; A New Year carol ; O come, all ye faithful ; O come, o come, Emmanuel ; O little one sweet ; O little town of Bethlehem ; O little town of Bethlehem ; O Queen of heaven ; Of the Father's heart begotten ; Once, as I remember ; Once in royal David's city ; Out of your sleep ; Past three a clock ; Personent hodie ; Quelle est cette odeur agreable? ; Quem pastores laudavere ; Rise up, shepherd, and follow ; Sans Day Carol ; See amid the winter's snow ; The shepherds' farewell ; Shepherds in the field abiding ; Shepherds left their flocks a-straying ; Shepherd's pipe carol ; Silent night ; Sing aloud on this day! ; Sir Christemas ; A spotless Rose ; Star carol ; Still, still, still ; Stille Nacht ; Sussex carol ; There is a flower ; There is no rose ; This Christmas night ; This joyful Eastertide ; The three kings ; Tomorrow shall be my dancing day ; The truth from above ; The twelve days of Christmas ; Unto us is born a son ; Up! good Christen folk, and listen ; A virgin most pure ; Wassail song ; Wexford carol ; What cheer? ; When Christ was born ; Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing? ; While shepherds watched their flocks ; Ye choirs of new Jerusalem|
|Other Titles:||One hundred carols for choirs
Carols for choirs
|Responsibility:||edited and arranged by David Willcocks and John Rutter.|