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Enchanted Carols (Upper Voices)

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Voicings: SSA & Piano/Organ

Accompaniment: Accompanied

Howard Goodall’s beautiful Enchanted Carols is an exciting collection of 6 original Christmas carols, as well as interpretations of traditional carols, arranged for upper voices. Enchanted Carols is the second dedicated album from the Classic FM composer in residence, and follows the chart-topping CD, Enchanted Voices.

Howard Goodall is an EMMY, BRIT and BAFTA award-winning composer of choral music stage, musicals, film and TV scores and a highly respected broadcaster. He is currently Composer-in-Residence for Classic FM and is also England’s National Ambassador for Singing.

Optional instrumental accompaniments for many of these carols are available to hire from hire@fabermusic.com

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571535615

Item Code: 0571535615

EAN: 9780571535613

Price: £9.99
Availability:53 in stock

Genre(s): Christmas, Choral, Hymns

Product Language: English

Territories: Item available Worldwide

Difficulty Level: Easy

Series: Enchanted Carols

Instruments:
  • Upper Voices
  • Piano
  • Organ
Contents:
  1. The First Nowell
  2. Angels From The Realms Of Glory
  3. Gaudete
  4. O Little Town Of Bethlehem
  5. In Dulci Jubilo
  6. Sussex Carol
  7. The Angel Gabriel
  8. O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Veni, Veni Emmanuel)
  9. Silent Night
  10. The Wise Men And The Star (Stella Quam Viderant Magi)
  11. The Angel And The Virgin (Angelus Ad Virginem)
  12. From Lands That See The Sun Arise (A Solis Ortus Cardine)
  13. The Word Was Made Flesh (Verbum Caro Factum Est)
  14. Lullaby Of Winter
  15. A Little Child There Is Y-Born
  16. We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  17. Puer Nobis

As you would expect from Goodall, everything is sensitively written for voices and seldom difficult to pitch, and would suit any upper-voice choir looking for well-turned Christmas arrangements that challenge neither the singers nor the listeners too much.

Music Teacher Magazine, September 2011