O come, all ye faithful (SATB)

Probably byJohn Wade
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This old favourite Christmas number has been sung with David Willcocks’ glorious descant to "Sing choirs of Angels", and his organ accompaniment to the last verse, ever since he published them. Perhaps choir singers will appreciate this fresh arrangement (of the 4 verses usually sung) for unaccompanied SATB: and so will small carol-singing groups who go out collecting for charities. "Sing, choirs of Angels" has a treat for sopranos & tenors, and the last verse has a new atmospheric touch.

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Probably byJohn Wade
Year of composition
Year of arrangement
Anon 18th cent. Latin, tr. F. Oakely et al.
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Classical music
Instrumental parts

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