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The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols

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Oxford University Press  |  SKU: 9780193364622  |  Barcode: 9780193364622
  • Editor: Alan Bullard
  • Instrumentation: Piano, SATB Choir
  • Work Languages: English, Latin
  • ISBN: 9780193364622
  • Size: 7.5 x 10.6 inches
  • Pages: 288

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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 carols for Advent, Christmas, New Year, and Epiphany, and a fabulous range of accessible, quality material, this is a must-have collection for all choirs at Christmas.

  • 56 flexibly scored carols
  • Suitable for mixed choirs, upper-voice choirs, choirs with few men, unison choirs, small choirs, and all other groups
  • New flexible arrangements of traditional carols and modern favorites
  • Brand new carols written specially for the collection
  • Variety of composers, including Kerry Andrew, Malcolm Archer, Alan Bullard, Bob Chilcott, Stephen Cleobury, Cecilia McDowall, John Rutter, Mack Wilberg, and David Willcocks
  • Wide range of material, from Medieval to the present day and including wassails, gallery carols, world carols, and spirituals
  • Accessible keyboard accompaniments suitable for organ (with or without pedals) or piano
  • Available in both standard and spiral-bound editions

  • Antony Baldwin: A babe is born

  • Christopher Wiggins: A little child there is yborn
  • Graham Ross: Adam lay ybounden
  • Peter Warlock, lower voice parts by Alan Bullard: Adam lay ybounden
  • Nicholas Burt: Angels, from the realms of glory
  • W. J. Kirkpatrick, arr. Bob Chilcott: Away in a manger
  • William Billings, arr. Alan Bullard: Away with Your Sorrows
  • Trad. African, trans. and arr. Fred Onovwerosuoke, accomp. Alan Bullard: Born this day is the Son of God
  • Trad. Dominican Republic, arr. Juan Tony Guzmán: Cantemos a María
  • Thomas Hewitt Jones: Child of the stable's secret birth
  • Bob Chilcott: Christmas-tide
  • John Rutter: Christmas Lullaby
  • Alan Bullard: Come and Worship!
  • 18th-cent. West Country carol, adap. Alan Bullard: Come, let us all with heart and voice
  • Roderick Williams: Coventry Carol
  • 16th-cent. French, arr. Alan Smith: Ding dong! merrily on high
  • Jenny McLeod: Falantidida
  • from Piae Cantiones (1582), arr. Alan Bullard: Gaudete!
  • Trad. Engl ish, arr. Richard Shephard: Gloucestershire Wassail
  • Malcolm Archer: Gold for a manger bed
  • Trad. American, arr. Pete Churchill: Go tell it on the mountain
  • Old German carol, arr. Alan Bullard: Good Christians all, rejoice
  • Alan Bullard: His Praises We'll Sing
  • Trad. French, arr. Neil Matthews: Il est né, le divin enfant
  • Alan Smith: In the Beginning
  • Gustav Holst, descant and accomp. Alan Bullard: In the bleak mid-winter
  • Trad. Polish, arr. Neil Matthews: Infant holy, infant lowly
  • Mina folk song, trans. and arr. by Fred Onovwerosuoke: Jesus Christ is here!
  • Max Reger, arr. Alan Bullard: Mary's Cradle Song
  • Alan Bullard: Natus est Immanuel
  • Edmund Jolliffe: Now is the Time for Christemas!
  • Gwyn Arch: O faithful star
  • Adolphe Adam, arr. Alan Bullard: O holy night!
  • Trad. English, arr. Jonathan Willcocks: Past three o'clock
  • Trad. American, arr. Gordon Thornett: Rise up, Shepherd, and Follow
  • Sarah Rodgers: See amid the winter's snow
  • Franz Xaver Gruber, arr. Al an Bullard: Silent night
  • Trad. Puerto Rican, arr. Alan Bullard: Song of the Wise Men
  • John Rutter: Star Carol
  • David Willcocks: Starry night
  • Austrian carol, arr. Mack Wilberg: Still, still, still
  • Alan Bullard: Sweet was the song
  • Jenny McLeod: Te Kaiwhakaora
  • Kerry Andrew: The Cherry Tree Carol
  • David Hamilton: The First Christmas
  • Ian Ray: The light of the world
  • Cecilia McDowall: The Night is Still
  • Trad. Swahili, arr. David Blackwell: The Saviour's Come
  • Andrew Smith: The Truth from Above
  • Anon. 15th cent., arr. Alan Bullard: There is no rose
  • John Gardner: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
  • John Henry Hopkins, arr. Stephen Cleobury: We three kings of Orient are
  • Trad. West Country carol, arr. Benjamin Woodgates: We wish you a merry Christmas
  • Trad. English, arr. Antony Baldwin: What child is this?
  • John Gardner: When Christ was born of Mary free
  • Alan Bullard: Wisselton, wasselton
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Oxford University Press

The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols

$ 39.25

Listen

Description

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 carols for Advent, Christmas, New Year, and Epiphany, and a fabulous range of accessible, quality material, this is a must-have collection for all choirs at Christmas.

  • 56 flexibly scored carols
  • Suitable for mixed choirs, upper-voice choirs, choirs with few men, unison choirs, small choirs, and all other groups
  • New flexible arrangements of traditional carols and modern favorites
  • Brand new carols written specially for the collection
  • Variety of composers, including Kerry Andrew, Malcolm Archer, Alan Bullard, Bob Chilcott, Stephen Cleobury, Cecilia McDowall, John Rutter, Mack Wilberg, and David Willcocks
  • Wide range of material, from Medieval to the present day and including wassails, gallery carols, world carols, and spirituals
  • Accessible keyboard accompaniments suitable for organ (with or without pedals) or piano
  • Available in both standard and spiral-bound editions

  • Antony Baldwin: A babe is born

  • Christopher Wiggins: A little child there is yborn
  • Graham Ross: Adam lay ybounden
  • Peter Warlock, lower voice parts by Alan Bullard: Adam lay ybounden
  • Nicholas Burt: Angels, from the realms of glory
  • W. J. Kirkpatrick, arr. Bob Chilcott: Away in a manger
  • William Billings, arr. Alan Bullard: Away with Your Sorrows
  • Trad. African, trans. and arr. Fred Onovwerosuoke, accomp. Alan Bullard: Born this day is the Son of God
  • Trad. Dominican Republic, arr. Juan Tony Guzmán: Cantemos a María
  • Thomas Hewitt Jones: Child of the stable's secret birth
  • Bob Chilcott: Christmas-tide
  • John Rutter: Christmas Lullaby
  • Alan Bullard: Come and Worship!
  • 18th-cent. West Country carol, adap. Alan Bullard: Come, let us all with heart and voice
  • Roderick Williams: Coventry Carol
  • 16th-cent. French, arr. Alan Smith: Ding dong! merrily on high
  • Jenny McLeod: Falantidida
  • from Piae Cantiones (1582), arr. Alan Bullard: Gaudete!
  • Trad. Engl ish, arr. Richard Shephard: Gloucestershire Wassail
  • Malcolm Archer: Gold for a manger bed
  • Trad. American, arr. Pete Churchill: Go tell it on the mountain
  • Old German carol, arr. Alan Bullard: Good Christians all, rejoice
  • Alan Bullard: His Praises We'll Sing
  • Trad. French, arr. Neil Matthews: Il est né, le divin enfant
  • Alan Smith: In the Beginning
  • Gustav Holst, descant and accomp. Alan Bullard: In the bleak mid-winter
  • Trad. Polish, arr. Neil Matthews: Infant holy, infant lowly
  • Mina folk song, trans. and arr. by Fred Onovwerosuoke: Jesus Christ is here!
  • Max Reger, arr. Alan Bullard: Mary's Cradle Song
  • Alan Bullard: Natus est Immanuel
  • Edmund Jolliffe: Now is the Time for Christemas!
  • Gwyn Arch: O faithful star
  • Adolphe Adam, arr. Alan Bullard: O holy night!
  • Trad. English, arr. Jonathan Willcocks: Past three o'clock
  • Trad. American, arr. Gordon Thornett: Rise up, Shepherd, and Follow
  • Sarah Rodgers: See amid the winter's snow
  • Franz Xaver Gruber, arr. Al an Bullard: Silent night
  • Trad. Puerto Rican, arr. Alan Bullard: Song of the Wise Men
  • John Rutter: Star Carol
  • David Willcocks: Starry night
  • Austrian carol, arr. Mack Wilberg: Still, still, still
  • Alan Bullard: Sweet was the song
  • Jenny McLeod: Te Kaiwhakaora
  • Kerry Andrew: The Cherry Tree Carol
  • David Hamilton: The First Christmas
  • Ian Ray: The light of the world
  • Cecilia McDowall: The Night is Still
  • Trad. Swahili, arr. David Blackwell: The Saviour's Come
  • Andrew Smith: The Truth from Above
  • Anon. 15th cent., arr. Alan Bullard: There is no rose
  • John Gardner: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
  • John Henry Hopkins, arr. Stephen Cleobury: We three kings of Orient are
  • Trad. West Country carol, arr. Benjamin Woodgates: We wish you a merry Christmas
  • Trad. English, arr. Antony Baldwin: What child is this?
  • John Gardner: When Christ was born of Mary free
  • Alan Bullard: Wisselton, wasselton
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