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A BARGAIN � LESS THAN TEN CENTS A CAROL!
These 41 (FORTY-ONE!) carol arrangements are for unaccompanied soloist. They may be performed in any order. Tempi are suggestions only. For each carol, the last phrase or entire carol may be used as an introduction when accompanying congregational singing. Visit drfeezell.com for more great music.
NOTE: A higher octave version for cello is also available HERE. The following keys have been changed between high and low versions and are incompatible: #17, 24, 33, and 38.
Alphabetical list of carols (some carols are listed in two languages): Adeste, fideles; Angels We Have Heard on High; Angels, from the Realms of Glory (tunes used in U.S. and U.K.); Auld Lang Syne; Away in a Manger (tunes used in U.S. and U.K.); Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabelle!; Coventry Carol; Deck the Halls; Ding! Dong! Merrily on High; Go, Tell it on the Mountain!; Good Christian Men, rejoice! (In dulci jubilo); Good King Wenceslas Looked Out; Guill�, pran ton tamborin! (Guillo, Bring Your Drum); Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; Here we Come A-Wassailing; I Heard the Bells; I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In; It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; Jingle Bells; Joy to the World!; Lo! How a Rose E’er Blooming; Lully, lulla (The Coventry Carol); No�l nouvelet!; O, Christmas Tree; O Come, All ye Faithful (Adeste, fideles); O come, O come, Emmanuel!; O Jesulein s�ss! O Jesulein mild!; O Little Town of Bethlehem; O Tannenbaum (O, Christmas Tree); O, Holy Night!; Once, in Royal David’s City; Personent hodie; Rise up, Shepherd, and Follow!; Silent Night (Stille Nacht); The First Noel; The Holly and the Ivy; This is the Truth Sent from Above; Wassail! Wassail All Over the Town!; We Three Kings; We Wish You a Merry Christmas; What Child is This? (Greensleeves); While by my Sheep I Watched at Night
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