Soprano sax (opt., doubles Alto 1) part from Christmas Carols (Saxophone Quartet/Choir), vol. 2

page one of the Soprano sax (opt., doubles Alto 1) part from Christmas Carols (Saxophone Quartet/Choir), vol. 2

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A BARGAIN - 10 CAROL ARRANGEMENTS FOR ONE LOW 4.75!

These 10 carol arrangements are from a series for various instruments. They may be performed in any order. Tempi are suggestions only. For each carol, the last phrase or entire carol may be used as an introduction when accompanying congregational singing. A complete set of parts is available. A piano reduction is also available to fill in any missing parts in your ensemble. This score is fully compatible with all other scores in the "Chrismas Carols for…" series. Purchase of this music includes the right to make copies ONLY for the ORIGINAL church/school/group that purchases the music. Thanks! NOTE: The soprano sax part doubles alto 1; you can use soprano, alto 1, or both. See "ASSOCIATED SCORES" on this page for more volumes in this series.

Many carols are also available individually. Carols in this set include: Good Christian men, rejoice! (In dulci jubilo); O come, o come, Emmanuel! (Veni, veni, Emmanuel); Joy to the world!; Good King Wenceslas looked out; What Child is this? (Greensleeves); Angels we have heard on high; No�l nouvelet!; Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabelle! (Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle!); Guillo, bring your drum (Guill�, pran ton tamborin!); O, Christmas tree (O Tannenbaum)


Composer
trad.
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Rock and Pop Music
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