Various: The Ivy & the Holly 14 Contemporary Carols (New Horizons series)

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Catalogue No: 9780193361805
Shop Product Code: 229221X
The Ivy & the Holly 14 Contemporary Carols (New Horizons series)

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Series: New Horizons

Department: Choral - Christmas Choral

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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for mixed voices accompanied and unaccompanied

The Ivy and the Holly is a superb collection of carols and motets for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany by contemporary composers. Scored for mixed voices - a cappella and with organ - the pieces present a wide range of styles and sonorities. A great collection for church and concert choirs alike.

New Horizons showcases the wealth of exciting, innovative, and occasionally challenging choral music being written today. It encompasses the whole gamut of small-scale choral genres, both secular and sacred, and includes pieces for upper-voice and mixed choirs. With titles by some of the most accomplished choral composers active in Great Britain and abroad, the series introduces new repertoire and fresh talent to a broad spectrum of choirs.

New Horizons features composers with growing reputations for quality composition reflecting a strong individual voice. The series is continually expanding and should be the first place to look for attractive and performable contemporary choral music.


Contents and Reviews


Kerry Andrew The Contest of the Ivy and the Holly Basil Athanasiadis Antiphon to Mary Alan Bullard And all the stars looked down Richard Causton Cradle Song Bob Chilcott The Shepherd's Carol Michael Finnissy Telling Gabriel Jackson The Magi Cecilia McDowall Now may we singen Terry Mann Gabriel fram Hevene-King Joseph Phibbs St Margaret's Carol Francis Pott Mary's Carol John Rutter Dormi, Jesu Howard Skempton Rejoice, rejoice Andrew Smith Veni, redemptor gentium