Angels We Have Heard on High

Composer
Traditional French Carol
Arranger
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Originally called “Les Anges Dans Nos Campagnes,” this French traditional was translated into English by James Chadwick (who was the Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle). And while it uses the same melody as the original, the translated lyrics were obviously derived from his own inspiration. The song is about the birth of Christ as it was told in the Gospel of Luke — specifically, when the shepherds coming into Bethlehem have an encounter with a group of angels who sing praises to the newborn Savior. This brass choir arrangement uses many aspects of the original carol with some added ideas of my own, and I believe I have captured the festive nature of this Christmas favorite.


Score ID
364909
Composer
Traditional French Carol
Year of composition
1862
Arranger
Year of arrangement
2018
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
4 minutes
Instrumentation
Brass choir
Genre
Classical music
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