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  • Publisher
    Aurea Capra Editions
  • Editor
    Parry, E; Alley, J (arr)
  • Orchestration
    fl; fl, pn; 2 fl; 2 fl, pn; fl, ob, pn; fl, vn, pn
  • Includes CD
    No
  • Classification
    Collections
  • Genre
    Christmas
  • Contents
    • Once in royal David’s city — H.J. Gauntlet
    • O come, O come Emmanuel — 15th C. French
    • The holly and the ivy — English trad.
    • Sans day carol — Cornish trad.
    • Silent night — Franz Gruber
    • Coventry carol — From the Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors (1591)
    • Away in a manger — W.J. Kirkpatrick
    • Il est ne le divin enfant — French trad.
    • In dulci jubilo — Old German carol
    • The first nowell — English trad.
    • While shepherds watched their flocks by night — Words Nahum Tate; Este’s Psalter
    • O holy night — Alphonse Adam
    • Carol of the drum — Czech carol
    • In the bleak midwinter — Gustav Holst
    • I saw three ships — English trad.
    • O little town of Bethlehem — English trad.
    • Good King Wenceslas —  Word J.M. Neale; Piae Continues (1582)
    • Angels, from the realms of glory — French trad.
    • Ding dong! merrily on high — 16th C. French
    • Hark! the herald angels sing — F. Mendelssohn
    • God rest you merry, gentlemen — English trad.
    • O come, all ye faithful — J.F. Wade
    • Deck the halls — Welsh trad.
    • We wish you a merry Christmas — West Country trad.
    • We three kings — J.H. Hopkins
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A Calendar of Carols

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Aurea Capra Editions presents 'A Calendar of Carols' including 25 traditional Christmas carols in flexible arrangements.

How to use this book: This collection of 25 traditional carols is designed to be as flexible as possible so that everyone - young and old, beginner and advanced, student and teacher, whether as a solo player or in a duo or mixed ensemble - can enjoy the festive musical delights of the Christmas season.

Each carol works equally well as a:
solo
solo with piano accompaniment
duet
duet with piano accompaniment
or with downloadable backing tracks.

The arrangements are suitable for any treble C instrument (flute, recorder, oboe, violin, soprano sax) and duets can be played by two matched instruments or in mixed ensembles. Parts for B flat instruments (clarinet, trumpet, cornet) can be purchased and downloaded from the provided link from the publisher, as well as easy-to-play piano parts and recordings of all the accompaniments! Each carol even comes with words for those who want to sing along.

'We hope that you will have fun playing these carols with friends and family - at home, at school, in lessons, and in church - this and every Christmas!' -Elisabeth Parry

  • Publisher
    Aurea Capra Editions
  • Editor
    Parry, E; Alley, J (arr)
  • Orchestration
    fl; fl, pn; 2 fl; 2 fl, pn; fl, ob, pn; fl, vn, pn
  • Includes CD
    No
  • Classification
    Collections
  • Genre
    Christmas
  • Contents
    • Once in royal David’s city — H.J. Gauntlet
    • O come, O come Emmanuel — 15th C. French
    • The holly and the ivy — English trad.
    • Sans day carol — Cornish trad.
    • Silent night — Franz Gruber
    • Coventry carol — From the Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors (1591)
    • Away in a manger — W.J. Kirkpatrick
    • Il est ne le divin enfant — French trad.
    • In dulci jubilo — Old German carol
    • The first nowell — English trad.
    • While shepherds watched their flocks by night — Words Nahum Tate; Este’s Psalter
    • O holy night — Alphonse Adam
    • Carol of the drum — Czech carol
    • In the bleak midwinter — Gustav Holst
    • I saw three ships — English trad.
    • O little town of Bethlehem — English trad.
    • Good King Wenceslas —  Word J.M. Neale; Piae Continues (1582)
    • Angels, from the realms of glory — French trad.
    • Ding dong! merrily on high — 16th C. French
    • Hark! the herald angels sing — F. Mendelssohn
    • God rest you merry, gentlemen — English trad.
    • O come, all ye faithful — J.F. Wade
    • Deck the halls — Welsh trad.
    • We wish you a merry Christmas — West Country trad.
    • We three kings — J.H. Hopkins
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