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The Shorter New Oxford Book of Carols

From Lands that See the Sun Arise
Gabriel, fram Heven King
Dies est Leticie
In Hoc Anni Sirculo
Verbum Patris Umanatur
O Come O Come Emmanuel
He Who Made the Earth so Fair
Of the Father's Heart Begotten
On this Day Earth Shall Ring
Unto Us is Born a Son
Nova! Nova!
Hayl Mary Ful of Grace
Ther is no Rose of Swych Aryse
Nowel: Owt of your Slepe Aryse
Thys Endere Nyghth I Saw a Syghth
Lully Lulla thow Little Tyne Child
Come Love we God
Swete was the Song the Virgine Soong
Thus Angels Sung
While Shepherds Watched Thier Flocks By
O Remember Adam's Fall
Riu Riu Chiu
Verbum Caro factum est
Lo! born is our Emmanuel
A Boy is Born in Bethlehem
Let the Voice of Praise Resound
Joseph, Dearest Joseph Mine
Shepherds Sang Thier Praises O'er Him
Good Christian Men, Rejoice!
From Highest Heaven I Come to Tell
While by my Sheep I Watched at Night
Come Angels Come! From Heaven Appear!
He Smiles Within His Cradle
A Great and Mighty Wonder
O Little One Sweet! O Little One Mild!
O Come all ye faithful
Christians Awake
Lo! he comes with cloudds desending
Joy to the world
Come let us all with hear and voice
A virgin unspotted
Ye nations all on you I call
Glory to god on high
Hail he blessed morn
Silent night holy night
ye tenants of the earth rejoice
Sound your insruments of joy
Hark the hearld angels
Once in royal David's city
See amid the winter's snow
Angels from the relm of glory
Good King Wenceslas looked out
What Child Is This?
Three kings of orient
Away in a manger
O little town of bethlehem
It came upon a midnight clear
Ding Dong
Past Three o'clock
Blessed be that maid Marie
Ding Dong merrily on high
I saw a maiden
In the bleak mid-winter
Wither's Rocking Hymn
Watt's Cradle Hymn
Make we joy now in this fest
There is no rose of such virtue
Adam lay ybounden
O Joseph, being an ild man truly
The Seven Joys of Mary
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Rejoice and be merry

This--the performers' edition of the massive New Oxford Book of Carols--is a selection of 120 carols in 173 different settings. The music, which is divided into composed carols and traditional carols, covers nine centuries of Christmas music from around the world. Popular and unknown material is included: the settings are straightforward and each carol is accompanied by a note on historical background. The emphasis is on the fresh approach to the carol, and the editors have cleared away the accretions of years to recapture the original spirit and vigor of the music. Selections from the book are featured on EMI Classic's recordings "The Carol Album," "The Christmas Album," and "Carol Album 2," performed by the Taverner Consort, Choir, and Players under the direction of Andrew Parrott.

Item code: 6612B | Songbook | $17.98 add item to cart
Choral | Primarily a cappella | SATB | 341 Pages | Softcover | 7 x 10

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