World Carols for Choirs

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31 carols for SATB accompanied and unaccompanied World Carols for Choirs is a ground-breaking collection including new pieces and arrangements from some of the world's finest carol composers as well as from writers whose work may be new to many. The editors have searched the globe for vibrant, exciting music representing a range of choral traditions and styles. Each piece may be sung in its original language or English, and pronunciation guides are provided for those who wish to sing the original texts. This collection will help to refresh the repertoire of choirs the world over, with most pieces suitable for choirs of all sizes and abilities.

Title: World Carols for Choirs

Series: …for Choirs

Editors / Compilers: Bob Chilcott and Susan Knight

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

Price: £13.50

ISBN-10: 0-19-353231-X
ISBN-13: 978-0-19-353231-1

Voicing of works: SATB - accompanied & unaccompanied

Publication date and place: 2005 28 July by Oxford University Press in 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.

Title - (In order by country) Composer / Arranger
1 Villancico de la Falta de Fe (For a World Without Faith) - Argentina Eduardo Falú
2 Khorurd Metz (Great Mystery) - Armenia Movses Khorenatsi, arr. Vahram Sargsyan
3 Southern Cross - Australia Stephen Leek
4 Kuttun Kantak (Night Songs) - Basque Country (Spain) Javier Busto
5 Nu is die roe van Jesse (The Rod of Jesse) - Belgium Traditional| arr. Vic Nees
6 Acalanto para o Menino Jesus (Carol for the Baby Jesus) - Brazil Ernani Aguiar
7 The Huron Carol - Canada Traditional, arr. Eleanor Daley
8 Notre divin Maître (Our master, Lord Jesus) - Canada (Quebec) Traditional arr. Gilbert Patenaude
9 Llega la Navidad! (Christmas is Coming) - Dominican Republic Ramón Díaz, arr. Juan Tony Guzman
10 Nüüd ole, Jeesus, kiidetud (Now blessed be thou, Christ Jesu) - Estonia Traditional arr. Mart Siimer
11 Tuikkikaa, oi joulun tähtöset (Twinkle bright, you stars of Christmastide) - Finland Pekka Juhani Hannikainen, arr. Pekka Kostiainen
12 Ainsi que parmi la prée (On a hillside in the cold) - France Bruno Gousset
13 Süßer die Glocken nie klingen (Sweetly the Bells are Ringing) - Germany Traditional arr. Karsten Gundermann
14 Krismas dodzi v o (Christmas Time is Here) - Ghana Robert M. Kwami
15 Nagykarácsony Éjszakáján (On Great Christmas Night) - Hungary Miklós Kocsár
16 Immanúel oss í nátt (Emmanuel, to us this night) - Iceland Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson
17 Carúl Fáilte (A Carol of Welcome) - Ireland Séamas de Barra
18 Infant Joy - Japan Rikuya Terashima
19 Jajang, jajang, Ahgi Yesu (Lullay, lullay, Baby Jesu) - Korea Hyun Chul Lee
20 Dedziet skalu, putiet guni (Bring us fire, bring us light) - Latvia Traditional arr. Selga Mence
21 Lullaby Carol - New Zealand David Hamilton
22 Amuworo ayi otu nwa (For unto us a child is born) - Nigeria Christian Onyeji
23 Det hev ei rose sprunge (A spotless rose) - Norway Ola Gjeilo
24 Hej, hej, lelija! (Hey, hey, lily!) - Poland Traditional arr. Stanislaw Szczyci'nski
25 Ena noc polna veselja (On a starlit night) - Slovenia Traditional arr. Maksimiljan Fegu
26 Susa ninna - South Africa Peter Louis van Dijk
27 Ett Nyfött Barn (A Newborn Child) - Sweden Robert Sund
28 Im Silbernen Wassergrund (In silvery darkness) - Switzerland Carl Rütti
29 My Dancing Day - UK Bob Chilcott
30 Who is the baby - USA Rosephanye Powell
31 Niño lindo (Lovely baby) - Venezuela Alberto Grau