Trpt. 2 part from Silent Night

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This music has been transposed from the original key.

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CAROLS FOR AUDIENCE AND ORCHESTRA Many orchestras, amateur and professional, have Christmas Concerts at which they encourage the audience to ’sing-a-long’ some carols. Here is another setting for full orchestra giving the orchestra something more to do than play the ’hymnbook’ version for every verse. The MC or conductor should tell the audience that there are intro’s before each verse and that they should watch the conductor to bring them in!

All these ’Carols for Audience’ have been played by the Kent Concert Orchestra at their annual Christmas Concerts in the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury and now by various orchestras all over the world due to the wonder of Sibelius.

Scoring: 2,2,2,2: 4,2,3,1: Timps. Harp(optional) & Strings. PLEASE LOOK at other ’Carols For Audience & Orchestra’.

REVIEW: Excellent writing! Great bargain! This is one of three of the Royse carol arrangements I used recently and all of them are wonderful. Not only are they a bargain to purchase, but they are creative arrangements which work very well with leading the audience singing. I plan to purchase additional carol arrangements by Tony and recommend them highly. Robert Weiss Jr.


Composer
Gruber
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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