Novello Merrily on High (Advent, Christmas & Epiphany Anthems for Upper Voice Choirs) 2PT TREBLE

  • Item # 1380157
  • Model # 14021295

Merrily On High is an exciting compilation of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany music for church, cathedral, school, youth and community choirs of upper voices - trebles or sopranos and altos. Thirty pie… Learn More

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Merrily On High is an exciting compilation of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany music for church, cathedral, school, youth and community choirs of upper voices - trebles or sopranos and altos. Thirty pieces are included, eleven published for the first time. Contents include new settings and arrangements of familiar and lesser known carols, a 3-part Advent Responsory and Mark Blatchly's setting of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in B flat. Lyrics are in English, French, German, Latin and Polish. Includes invaluable historical and performance notes for each piece by Barry Rose. Contents: A Child Is Born (Peter Moorse) · Adam Lay Ybounden (Michael Hurd) · Brightest and Best (Malcolm Archer) · Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth (Barry Rose) · Come, Watch with Us This Christmas Night (Malcolm Archer) · Down in Yon Forest · Fum, Fum, Fum · Gabriel's Message · Go, Tell It on the Mountain (John Abdenour) · How Far Is It to Bethlehem? (Geoffrey Shaw) · I Look from Afar (Barry Rose) · Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Mark Blatchley) · Myn Lyking (R.R Terry) · No Room at the Inn (D.A. Connett) · Now the Most High Is Born (Michael Rose) · O This Night Is Born Noel · People, Look East · Rejoice and Be Merry · Say, Where Is He Born? (Felix Mendelssohn) · Silent Night (Franz Gruber) · Still, Still, Still · Sweet Was the Song (Gerald Hendrie) · The Holly and the Ivy · The Shepherds' Farewell (Hector Berlioz) · Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day · Torches! (John Joubert) · Two Polish Carols · Watt's Cradle Hymn (Barry Rose) · When Christ Was Born of Mary Free (John Gardner) · Whence Is That Goodly Fragrance Flowing?