10 Popular Christmas Carols for Brass Quartet (symphonic or brass band)

Angels from the realms of glory,As with Gladness Men of Old, Christians Awake, God rest you Merry,Gentlemen, Hark the Herald, In the Bleak Mid-Winter, It came upon the midnight clear, O come all ye faithfull,(2 diff.verse arr.) O Little town of Bethlehem

By: Ibid. arr.Ray Thompson
For: Brass quartet
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Composer
Ibid. arr.Ray Thompson
Arranger
Ray Thompson
Publisher
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
8 minutes
Genre
Other
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Arranged for brass quartet. They are all in the same key as the UK’s hymn books "Songs of Praise" and "The Oxford Book of Carols" so that you can play along with organ/piano. Other brass parts are included: horn in F,tenor horn,euphonium,and bass. Parts are numbered 1 to 4 so any combination will work as long as all 4 parts are covered. Brass Band cornet players should of course play off the trumpet parts. Contains: Angels from the realms of glory, As with Gladness Men of Old, Christians Awake, God rest you Merry,Gentlemen, Hark the Herald, In the Bleak Mid-Winter, It came upon the midnight clear, O come all ye faithfull,(2 diff.verse arr.) O Little town of Bethlehem, While shepherds watched (2 Tunes)

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