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  • David Willcocks

    A Child is Born in Bethlehem

    Samuel Scheidt (1587 - 1654) was a German composer, organist and teacher of the early Baroque era, and was one of Germany's most distinguished composers at that time, especially in the field of keyboard music. His three volumes of Tabulatura...

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  • John Rutter

    A Gaelic Blessing

    There are Gaelic and old Irish blessings for every occasion whether a funeral, wedding or birthday. While many of these old blessings petition or request the help or intervention of God in some way, it does not always mean that the person saying them...

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  • John Rutter

    All bells in paradise

    "All bells in paradise" was written for the 2012 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held each Christmas Eve at King's College. For this, John Rutter turned to a carol text more or less contemporary with King's Chapel itself, the 15th century Corpus...

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  • David Willcocks

    As with gladness men of old

    As with Gladness Men of Old is an Epiphany hymn, written by William Chatterton Dix on 6 January 1859 (Epiphany) while he was ill in bed. Though considered by many as a Christmas carol, it is found in the Epiphany section of many hymnals and still...

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  • David Willcocks

    Away in a Manger - Willcocks

    Away in a Manger is a Christmas carol first published in the late nineteenth century and used widely throughout the English-speaking world. In Britain, it is one of the most popular carols; a 1996 Gallup Poll ranked it joint second. Although it was...

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  • David Willcocks

    Blessed be that maid Mary

      The text for Blessed be that maid Mary comes from an anonymous 15th century English author. It makes liberal use of a common literacy device of the time: mixing English and Latin phrases together. The melody is from William Ballet’s Lute...

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  • John Rutter

    Christ is the morning star

    Christ is the morning star is sheer beauty in its simplicity and message. Whether performing this arrangement with or without a chorus, the beauty remains. The choral part is included in the score as reference, but is not a part of the download...

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  • John Rutter

    Christmas Night

    Christmas Night is John Rutter’s setting of a traditional French Carol, with words by John Rutter. It became the theme of one of his Christmas albums, focusing on the central event of the Christmas story – the birth at Bethlehem –...

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  • David Willcocks

    Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth

    Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth is an Advent hymn with roots in a Latin hymn attributed to St. Ambrose of Milan (340 - 397), 'Veni Redemptor gentium.' It was translated into English by John Mason Neale in the middle of the nineteenth century and set...

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  • John Rutter

    Dormi, Jesu

    The Latin text of this lullaby has been known and admired for centuries. It was translated into English by S. T. Coleridge (1772-1834). This arrangement is written for combined Concert Band and Chorus, but may be performed by Concert Band alone The...

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  • John Rutter

    Down in Yon Forest

    Down in Yon Forest is a traditional English Christmas carol dating to the Renaissance era, ultimately deriving from the anonymous Middle English poem known today as the Corpus Christi Carol. The carol has been arranged in modern English by John...

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  • John Gardner

    English Dance Suite - Revised Arrangement

    Arranged for the modern Concert/Wind Band, scored for three trumpets, reasonable doubling of parts where the original musical effect is not altered so that players can have a more responsible and enjoyable experience, more legible parts with...

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