Oboe part from Born to be King Op.6

5 minutes

Born to be King is a simple carol for primary choir and intermediate orchestra. The vocal parts divide into two at the end of the first two verses and throughout verse three. It was written for the Roding Players Orchestra and the choir of Staples Road Junior School in Loughton, Essex. The dedication is to Jan Smithers, the school’s music teacher. A piano part is included but is optional, as are the parts for alto and tenor saxophones.

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