Brooks-Davies, Douglas (arr.), Christmas Cradle Songs for Recorder Quartet (descant, treble, tenor, bass)

Composer
anon.
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These arrangements complement my Seven Christmas Carols for recorder quartet. They are: Reger's Maria Wiegenlied; the Austrian carol, Still, still, still; the delightful Polish Lulajze Jezuniu (Lullaby, baby Jesus); Kirkpatrick's Away in a Manger; and the sixteenth-century Sweet was the Song the Virgin Sung. With the exception of the Reger, which is in effect a transcription of parts of the original for voice and piano, these are arrangements designed to give interest, however simple the songs, to the individual parts - not forgetting the tenor and bass. Sweet was the Song is the Egerton MS version, originally for voice and bass instrument. The inner parts are my own addition.


Score ID
200700
Composer
anon.
Year of composition
1850
Year of arrangement
2017
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
11 minutes
Instrumentation
Quartet of Treble Recorders
Genre
Other
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