Behold New Joy: Ancient Carols of Christmas

Behold New Joy: Ancient Carols of Christmas : Vocal score

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for SATB and organ, brass and organ, or orchestra This colourful Christmas work brings together several carols from the 1582 Piae Cantiones collection in a modern and refreshing through-composed medley. Using largely familiar tunes, this is a very singable concert suite, with interest provided through use of texture, and festive flourishes in the accompaniment. Texts are in English, Latin, and German, with English singing translations more

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  • Sheet music | 32 pages
  • 208 x 263 x 3mm | 94g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193393085
  • 9780193393080

About Shawn Kirchner

Shawn Kirchner is a composer, arranger, singer and pianist active in the music circles of Los Angeles. He currently serves as Composer in Residence for the Los Angeles Master Chorale and his compositions and arrangements are performed by choirs throughout the world. As a singing member of the LA Master Chorale since 2001, Kirchner has performed with the Master Chorale and the LA Philharmonic in collaboration with the world's leading composers and conductors. Best known for his choral setting of the Kenyan song Wana Baraka, Kirchner has a strong interest in folksong and carol traditions. His original songwriting ranges in style from jazz and gospel to folk and bluegrass; the latter featured on his CD Meet Me on the Mountain. Kirchner also works as a jazz pianist and songwriter in club and concert performances with his jazz more

Table of contents

Personent hodie ; In dulci jubilo ; Ecce novum gaudium ; Corde natus ex parentisshow more

Review quote

A very exuberant addition for Christmas concerts. Medium difficulty. * Philip Brunelle, The American Organist, November 2014 *show more