John Gardner Carols
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John Gardner Carols : Vocal score

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for SATB accompanied and unaccompanied This anthology of eleven carols celebrates the festive music of John Gardner (1917-2011). It contains some of his most well-known settings alongside new repertoire, including a previously unpublished Epiphany carol, 'Entry of the Three Kings'. From the reflective 'A Christmas Hymn' to his joyful setting of 'The holly and the ivy', John Gardner Carols presents a variety of styles and moods that will delight choirs and audiences alike. A number of pieces give alternative performance instructions to allow upper-voice choirs to enjoy this superb collection. A number of the carols are included on the EM Records CD 'John Gardner: Cantata for Christmas, Organ Concerto, Christmas Carols' (EMR CD009) with the City of London Choir, conducted by Hilary Davan Wetton and Chris Gardner.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 64 pages
  • 166 x 244 x 10mm | 140.61g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193388162
  • 9780193388161
  • 1,427,899

Table of contents

A Gallery Carol ; A Christmas Hymn ; Angels, from the realms of glory ; Balulalow ; How bright the Morning Star does shine ; O little town of Bethlehem ; Sunny Bank Carol ; The holly and the ivy ; Welcome, Yule! ; Entry of the Three Kings ; We wish you a merry Christmasshow more

About John Gardner

John Gardner was born in Manchester and educated at Wellington College and Oxford University. After 6 years in the RAF, he joined the music staff of the Royal Opera House, leaving at the end of 1952 to pursue a freelance career as composer, teacher, pianist, and conductor. He has composed three symphonies, several large-scale cantatas, four operas, and a great variety of ensemble, solo and choral music as well as theatre music for the Old Vic and the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford.show more