Fantasy on O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

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This new interpretation of the Christmas standard begins with a chorale statement of the original hymn and then heads into new territory as various percussion instruments are added to the mix. Changing time signatures, unique rhythmic patterns and various musical styles are explored as the piece builds to a climactic ending that will provide a fun memorable finale to your holiday concert. NOTE: The MP3 recording contained here begins AFTER the chorale section (measure 36) so the listener may get a feel for the more upbeat, distinctive sections of the music without having to wait through the more traditional section. To hear the entire recording, go to the Youtube page:

Score ID
Year of arrangement
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Concert band / wind band

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