Nowell, nowell we sing! by David Wheatley for a capella mixed double choir

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This lively Christmas piece for unaccompanied voices, has a jolly original tune, which interweaves with several well known Christmas tunes. Ideal for any Christmas concert or a service of lessons and carols. It is equally effective whether sung by 8 solo voices or a large choir/choral society.

Score ID
Year of composition
David Wheatley
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Modern classical music
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