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Mendelssohn Motets: 1 Weihnachten [Christmas Day]

Composer
Felix Mendelssohn arr. David Grace
Year of composition
1843
Arranger
Year of arrangement
2015
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Brass band
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Patapan, Traumerie [Schumann], Lullay My Liking, Christmas Morn, A Mercy of Peace from Mass of St John Chrysostrom, Cherubic Hymn, Der Jager Abschied [The Hunter’s Farewell][Mendelssohn], Nunc Dimittis and Gloria [Mendelssohn], Ave Maria [Elgar], Ave Maria [Mozart], Mendelssohn Motets 5: Im Advent [Advent], Mendelssohn Motets 4: In der Passionszeit [Passion Sunday], Mendelssohn Motets 2: Am Neujahrstage [New Year’s Day], Mendelssohn Motets 6: Am Charfreitage [Good Friday], Mendelssohn Motets 3: Am Himmelfahrtstage [Ascension Day], Angelus ad virginem, Sweet was the song the Virgin sung, In Excelsis Gloria, Sussex Mummers Carol, El Noi de la Mare [Catalonian Carol], Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabelle, At the Cradle [Grieg], En Natus Est Emanuel, Up Good Christan Folk and Listen, King Jesus Hath A Garden, The Christmas Tree [Cornelius], A Christmas Lullaby [Grieg], Beside Thy Cradle Here I Stand, I Sing the Birth [Parry], Christmas Tree Carol [Grieg/Grace], Chorale: Herr Gott, dich loben wir[Bach], Hodie Christus natus est, In Heaven Above [Grieg], Nunc Angelorum Gloria, I Sing the Birth [Sullivan], Three Kings from Persian Lands Afar, Christmas Tree Song [Grieg], Three Christmas Chorales, Hail, Jesu Christ [Christmas Chorale], Blessed be that Maid Marie [English Carol], Sleepers Wake, Break Forth O Beauteous Heav’nly Light, The Son of God is Born for All, Confirm in us, Lord God [Byrd], God so loved the world, Wexford Carol, I Know That My Redeemer Liveth and Ave Verum Corpus (Mozart)

The first of six 8-part motets arranged for brass set around the Christian year. This relates to Christmas Day. Some doubling of parts allows for variations in instrumentation.

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