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Cherry tree carol (mixed double choir) with organ accompaniment

Year of arrangement
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Modern classical music
Choir + keyboard
Instrumental parts
Not available
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This is a very straightforward, but highly effective and beautiful arrangement of a carol whose history is largely unknown. Although scored for double SATB choir, it also works well with just 8 singers (i.e. 1 per part). The undemanding organ part, though written for a 2 (or even 3) manual instrument, may be played on even a 1 manual instrument.

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