Carols for Choirs 3

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General information

Title: Carols for Choirs 3

Series: Carols for Choirs

Editors / Compilers: David Willcocks and John Rutter

Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, England (webpage for purchase)

Price: £13.50 (paperback)

ISBN-10: 0-19-353570-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-19-353570-1

Voicing of works: SATB & piano/organ/brass/orchestra

Publication date and place: 1978 7 September, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England.

Contents

Tip: Titles in the left column which appear in blue are hyperlinks to the score page on CPDL - click on them for free editions. If the work is a traditional carol, it is likely that the arrangements available here will not be arranged by the same composer. Those which are available here by the same arranger as in the publication are marked thus * .

Ordered alphabetically by title.

Note: This listing is of the original publication, published 1978. Future editions may vary in their contents.

Title Composer
1 A babe is born William Mathias
2 A babe is born in Bethlehem German Traditional, arr. Johann Hermann Schein
3 A child this day is born English Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
28 All in the morning* English Traditional, arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams
25 Angel tidings Moravian Traditional, John Rutter
6 Angelus ad Virginem 14th century English, arr. David Willcocks
9 Bethlehem, of noblest cities 18th century German, arr. David Willcocks
36 Birthday carol David Willcocks
43 Boar's head carol English Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
10 Child in a manger Celtic Traditional, arr. John Rutter
11 Christ was born on Christmas Day German Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
12 Christe, redemptor omnium Claudio Monteverdi
5 Christmas Oratorio (3 extracts) Johann Sebastian Bach
13 Come all you worthy gentlemen English Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
14 Come, rock the cradle for him Psalteriolum Harmonicum, 1642
26 Cradle song Flemish Traditional, arr. John Rutter
50 The crown of roses Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
15 Deck the hall Welsh Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
16 Donkey carol John Rutter
7 Flemish carol Flemish Traditional, arr. John Rutter
42 Gabriel's Message Basque Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
17 Hark! the herald angels sing Felix Mendelssohn, adapt. W. H. Cummings
20 He smiles within his cradle Austrian Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
21 Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber French Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
23 I saw three ships English Traditional, arr. John Rutter
24 Il est né le divin enfant French Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
27 In dulci jubilo German Traditional, arr. John Rutter
22 In the bleak mid-winter Gustav Holst
19 Jesus Child John Rutter
46 King Herod and the cock William Walton
29 King Jesus hath a garden John Rutter
48 Kings of orient John Henry Hopkins, arr. David Willcocks
30 Lo! he comes with clouds descending English Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
31 O come, all ye faithful J. F. Wade
32 O little town of Bethlehem Walford Davies
33 Omnis mundus jocundetur Michael Praetorius
35 Once, as I remember* Italian Traditional, arr. Charles Wood
34 Psallite unigenito Michael Praetorius
37 Salve puerule Marc-Antoine Charpentier
39 Shepherds, in the field abiding French Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
40 Sing we to this merry company 15th century English, ed. John Stevens
38 Star carol John Rutter
41 Stille Nacht Franz Xaver Gruber, arr. Donald Cashmore
8 Sunny bank Peter Hurford
4 Susanni Richard Rodney Bennett
45 There is no rose Benjamin Britten
Appendix 1 This joyful Eastertide* Dutch Traditional, arr. Charles Wood
44 Tryste Noel Herbert Howells
18 Wexford Carol Irish Traditional, arr. John Rutter
47 What Child is this? English Traditional, arr. David Willcocks
49 What sweeter music Richard Rodney Bennett