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15th century carol This stunning a cappella arrangement of the classic carol opens with the voices ad libbing cluster chords to imitate the chiming of church bells. A soprano soloist introduces the traditional melody and then both women's and men's secti
From John Leavitt's Festival of Lessons and Carols, this beautiful setting of the English carol is not to be missed. The accompaniment may be performed on keyboard or harp for an exceptional concert experience. Opt. flute.Available separately <br />
Two treasured Christmas melodies are artfully paired in this setting of What Child Is This and The Coventry Carol. Perform it a cappella or accompanied with piano and optional bass and obbligato melodic instrument or guitar. Available separately: SATB, SA
"""(Lully lullay). Arranged by Richard Robert Rossi. For SATB choir, soprano voice solo, piano reduction. Christmastide, Holy Innocents, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day. Sacred. Easy. Text language: English. 8 pages. Published by GIA Publications """
Coventry Carol Seven optional handbells, ranging from D5 to G6, accompany SATB voices in the repeated refrain of this anthem on an English melody. The bells read right off the choral score. Measures total 64 . MGIG6102 Coventry Carol - SATB Voices and Optional Handbells . $1 .90 Grace Many Our Prayers
Alternate sacred and secular texts make this fresh new setting of the traditional Coventry Carol appropriate for school or church use. Coventry Lullaby contains new harmonies and a slightly altered melody, yet maintains the gentle melancholy of the origin