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A collection of seven Christmas carols popular in Norway and Scandinavia (arranged for Recorder Consort), which includes ’’Away in a Manger’’, Silent Night(Glad jul), ’’Deilig er den himmel blaa’’, Deilig er jorden’’, ’’Et barn er fodt i betlehem’’, ’’Her kommer dine arme smaa’’, and ’’O jul, men din glede’’.
There are some high notes in some of the carols, for example ’’Et barn er fodt i betlehem’’, has several high B’s in the descant part. I recommend the use of a sweet recorder for this part; under advice from the eminent Ameriacn musician and recorder player Charles Fischer.
There are some low f’s and f#’s in the bass recorder part, so your players will need an instrument with these extra keys!
If you would like more information on these carols, please refer to my string settings.
My arrangements of these carols for Brass, Flexible Band and Piano are now published and available exclusively from my Norwegian publisher:www.musikk-huset.no
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of 7 julsangs (Xmas Carols) for Recorder Consort (Norwegian Christmas carols)
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