Christmas Collection is an updated version of the popular ‘New Christmas Praise’ book which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. The new version contains many of the same carols and arrangements, but also has 46 additional or newly arranged carols and songs as well as 10 popular Christmas marches and carol arrangements that have been reprinted from the ‘Sounds of Christmas’ journal.
Christmas Collection is now also available in A4 large print format along with the traditional march card size part books.
Instrumental ArrangementsThe general harmonic format is in four parts wherever possible and are marked parts 1 – 4 on the part book. The parts are allocated as follows:Part I: Solo & 1st Cornet Bb, Flute 1, Oboe, Clarinet 1 Bb, Soprano SaxophonePart II: 2nd Cornet Bb, Solo & 1st Horn Eb, Horn 1 in F, Flute 2, Clarinet 2 Bb, Alto Saxophone 1 EbPart III: 2nd Horn Eb, Horn 2 in F, Baritone Bb, Alto Saxophone 2 Eb, Tenor Saxophone BbPart IV: Bass Eb, Bass Bb, Baritone Saxophone Eb, Bassoon, Tuba, String Bass
All other parts are non essential and add additional colour to the arrangementsAt the end of the book there are ten additional pieces taken from the Sounds of Christmas publication. These arrangements work in a basic five Part format. The Euphonium parts now becomes an essential part as (Part V)
Return of Printed MusicReturns are not accepted on this item unless the item is faulty or incorrect to the order made. Replacements will be made with a copy of the same part as ordered only. This condition is to protect copyright laws and the rights of the composer/arrangerA child this day is born, A Christmas lullaby, A great and mighty wonder, All I want for Christmas is you, All my heart this night rejoices, Angels, from the realms of Glory (Come and worship), Angels, from the realms of Glory (Iris), Angels we have heard on high, A starry night, As with gladness men of old, Auld lang syne, A virgin most pure, Away in a manger (The manger scene), Away in a manger (Traditional), A winter’s tale, Bethlehem, Brightest and best (Spean), Brightest and best (Traditional), Calypso Carol, Carol for the Nativity, Carol of the bells, Carol of the drum, Child of Mary, Christians Awake!, Christ is born (Il est né), Christ was born on Christmas Day, Come and join the celebration, Come, children, come quickly, Coventry Carol, Deck the hall, Ding dong! merrily on high, Do you hear what I hear?, Frosty the snowman, Gabriel’s Message, Gaudete, Glory in the highest, Glory in the highest Heaven, God of God, the uncreated, God rest you merry, gentlemen, Good Christian men, rejoice, Good King Wenceslas, Go, tell it on the mountain!, Happy Christmas (War is over), Hark the glad sound!, Hark! the herald angels sing, Have yourself a merry little Christmas, Here we come a-wassailing, How far is it to Bethlehem?, Huron Carol, Infant Holy, In the bleak midwinter (Cranham), In the bleak midwinter (Darke), I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus, I saw three ships come sailing in, It came upon a midnight clear (Traditional), It came upon a midnight clear (Willis), It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, It’s the most wonderful time of the year, I wish it could be Christmas everyday, I wonder as I wander, Jesus, good above all other, Jingle Bells, Jingle bell rock, Joy to the world!, Last Christmas, Let it snow!, Little baby Jesus, Little children, wake and listen, Little Donkey, Little Jesus, sweetly sleep, Lo! he comes with clouds descending, Long, long ago, Love came down at Christmas, Mary’s boy child, Mary’s Child, Masters in this hall, Merry Christmas everyone, Mistletoe and wine, Noel, O Christmas tree, O come, all ye faithful, O come, Immanuel, O Heaven-sent King, O holy night!, O little town of Bethlehem (Christmas Carol), O little town of Bethlehem (Forest Green), O little town of Bethlehem (St Louis), Once in royal David’s city, Past three o’clock, Patapan, Personent Hodie, Praise ye the Lord, Ring the bells, Rise up, shepherd!, Rockin’ around the Christmas tree, Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer, Sans day carol, Santa Claus is comin’ to town, Saviour’s Day, See, amid the winter’s snow, Silent Night!, Sleigh Ride, Softly the night is sleeping, So here it is, merry Christmas, Stars are shining, Still, still, still, Stop the cavalry, Sussex Carol, Sweet chiming bells, Sweet chiming Christmas bells, The candle song, The cherry tree carol, The Christmas song, The first Nowell, The holly and the ivy, The infant King, The light has come, The shepherds’ farewell, The stable door, The star in the east, The twelve days of Christmas, The virgin Mary had a baby boy, They all were looking for a king, Thou didst leave thy throne, Three kings’ march, Unto us a boy is born, Walking in the air, We gather round the manger-bed, We three kings of Orient are, We wish you a merry Christmas, What child is this?, When a child is born, When Santa got stuck up the chimney, Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?, When wise men came seeking, While shepherds watched (Cranbrook), While shepherds watched (Handel), While shepherds watched (Winchester Old), White Christmas, Who is he?, Winter Wonderland•Worldwide Christmas message, Zither Carol, A starry night, Christmas Joy, Christmas Praise, Coventry Carol, Infant Holy, Mid-winter, Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer, The everlasting light, To celebrate his birth, Yuletide Rag
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