20 Favourite Christmas Carols for Saxophone Quartet, SATB or AAAT
20 Favourite Carols for Saxophone Quartet, SATB or AAAT is a collection of the best-known Christmas carols arranged primarily for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Baritone Saxophones. There are alternative/additionals part 1 and 3 for Alto, and part 4 for Tenor, so these carols can also be performed by an AAAT or AATB ensemble.
20 Favourite Carols for Saxophone Quartet, SATB or AAAT is fully compatible with the other Brass, Woodwind and String volumes in the series.
• There are also solo and duet versions available of the same carols, in the same keys, so that no matter what instrument you play they will fit together. • This makes them ideal for building a full and flexible band or ensemble for school, community or church. • The keys chosen are the standard singing keys • These arrangements will provide colourful accompaniment to carol singing anywhere throughout the Christmas period. The carols are in alphabetical order and are as follows • Away in a Manger • Deck the Halls • Ding Dong Merrily on High • The First Nowell • God Rest ye Merry Gentleman • Good Christian Men Rejoice • Good King Wenceslas • Hark, the Herald Angels Sing • The Holly and the Ivy • I Saw Three Ships • In the Bleak Midwinter • It Came upon a Midnight Clear • O Cone All Ye Faithful • O Come, O Come Emmanuel • O Little Town of Bethlehem • Once in Royal David’s City • Silent Night • We Three Kings • While Shepherds Watched • We Wish you a Merry Christmas
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