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Soprano Sax (opt. - subs for Alto Sax I) from The Big Book of Christmas Carols III for Saxophone Quartet

Composer
Trad.
Duration
32 minutes
Genre
Classical music

It's the Christmas holiday season, and musical ensembles throughout Christendom get ready to serenade congregations in churches, shoppers in malls, and party goers at festive receptions. Here is Volume III, with 22 more of the best known carols for the Christmas season arranged for saxophone quartet.

1. Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light (J. S. Bach) 2. Ding Dong Merrily on High (Traditional French) 3. The Holly and the Ivy (Traditional English) 4. In the Bleak Midwinter (Gustav Holst) 5. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear [British] (Sir Arthur Sullivan) 6. Lullay My Liking (15th C., Arr. Gustav Holst) 7. Noel Nouvelet (Traditional French) 8. Nous Voici Dans la Ville (Traditional French) 9. Nowell We Sing, Both All and Some (Medieval English) 10. Once in David's Royal City (Henry John Gauntlett, Harm. Arthur Henry Mann) 11. Past Three O'Clock (Traditional English) 12. Pat-a-pan (Traditional French) 13. Personent Hodie (German, 1360, Arr. Gustav Holst) 14. Puer Nobis (Piae Cantiones, 1562) 15. The Rocking Carol (Traditional Czech) 16. Sans Day Carol (Traditional Cornish) 17. See Amid the Winter's Snows (Sir John Goss) 18. The Seven Joys of Mary (Traditional English) 19. The Shepherds' Farewell from L'Enfance du Christ, Op. 25 (Hector Berlioz) 20. Still, Still, Still (Traditional Austrian) 21. The Wexford Carol Good People All (Traditional Irish) 22. While Shepherds Watched (Este's Psalter, 1592)

adds 22 more carols to the 40 carols of Volume I: www.sibeliusmusic.com/index.php?sm=home.score&scoreID=129601&stid=75

and Volume II: www.sibeliusmusic.com/index.php?sm=home.score&scoreID=132128&stid=75

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