Willcocks: 100 Carols for Choirs (Pack of 10 copies) Mostly SATB & piano

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Catalogue No: 9780193532304
Shop Product Code: 241448K
100 Carols for Choirs (Pack of 10 copies) Mostly SATB & piano

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Department: Choral - Choral Mixed Voices

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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74 of the most popular items from Carols for Choirs 1, 2 and 3 in one volume, plus 26 pieces new to the series. The volume contains both accompanied and unaccompanied items, and the Order of Service for a Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. Orchestral and brass ensemble accompaniments for many of the items are available on hire.

Contents and Reviews


Warlock: Adam lay ybounden * Ebeling: All my heart this night rejoices * Wishart: Alleluya, a new work is come on hand * Willcocks: Angels, from the realms of glory * Willcocks: Angelus ad virginem * Willcocks: As with gladness men of old * Maxwell Davies: Ave plena gracia * Kirkpatrick/Willcocks: Away in a manger * Mathias: A babe is born * Willcocks: Birthday carol * Willcocks: The cherry tree carol * Rutter: Child in a manger * Willcocks: A child is born in Bethlehem * Rutter: Christmas night * Rutter: Coventry carol * Shaw: Coventry carol * Rutter: Cradle song * Tchaikovsky: The crown of roses * Willcocks: Deck the hall * Willcocks: Ding dong! merrily on high * Wood: Ding dong! merrily on high * Willcocks: The first Nowell * Willcocks: Gabriel to Mary came * Willcocks: Gabriel's message * Willcocks: God rest you merry, gentlemen * Willcocks: Good King Wenceslas * Praetorius: A great and mighty wonder * Wood: Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary * Mendelssohn/Willcocks: Hark! the herald-angels sing * Willcocks: He is born the divine Christ-child * Rutter: Here we come a-wassailing * Walford Davies: The holly and the ivy * Willcocks: Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber * Pettman: I saw a maiden * Rutter: I saw three ships * Willcocks: I saw three ships * Niles/Rutter: I wonder as I wander * Willcocks: Il est n'e le divin enfant * Pearsall: In Dulci Jubilo * Holst: In the bleak mid-winter * Darke: In the bleak mid-winter * Willcocks: Infant holy, infant lowly * Willcocks: The Infant King * Willcocks: It came upon the midnight clear * Rutter: Jesus child * Willcocks: Jesus Christ is risen today * Poston: Jesus Christ the apple tree * Pierpont/Willcocks: Jingle, bells * Mason/Rutter: Joy to the world * Cleobury: Joys seven * Wood: King Jesus hath a garden * Hopkins/Willcocks: Kings of Orient * Willcocks: Lo! he comes with clouds descending * Praetorius: Lo, how a Rose e'er blooming * Percival: Longfellow's carol * Carter/Willcocks: Lord of the Dance * Ballet/Shaw: Lute-book lullaby * Carter: A maiden most gentle * Rutter: Mary's Lullaby * Warrell: A merry Christmas * R. R. Terry: Myn lyking * Rutter: Nativity carol * Britten: A New Year carol * Wade/Willcocks: O come, all ye faithful * Willcocks: O come, o come, Emmanuel * J. S. Bach: O little one sweet * Vaughan Williams/Armstrong: O little town of Bethlehem * Walford Davies: O little town of Bethlehem * Rogers: O Queen of heaven * Willcocks: Of the Father's heart begotten * Wood: Once, as I remember * Gauntlett/Mann/Willcocks: Once in royal David's city * Rodney Bennett: Out of your sleep * Wood: Past three a clock * Holst: Personent hodie * Willcocks: Quelle est cette odeur agr'eable? * Rutter: Quem pastores laudavere * Rutter: Rise up, shepherd, and follow * Rutter: Sans Day Carol * Willcocks: See amid the winter's snow * Berlioz: The shepherds' farewell * Willcocks: Shepherds in the field abiding * Rutter: Shepherds left their flocks a-straying * Rutter: Shepherd's pipe carol * Gruber/Willcocks: Silent night * Holst: Sing aloud on this day! * Mathias: Sir Christ`emas * Howells: A spotless Rose * Rutter: Star carol * Ledger: Still, still, still * Gruber/Willcocks: Stille Nacht * Willcocks: Sussex carol * Rutter: There is a flower * Stevens: There is no rose * Williamson: This Christmas night * Wood: This joyful Eastertide * Cornelius/Atkins: The three kings * Willcocks: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day * Vaughan Williams: The truth from above * Rutter: The twelve days of Christmas * Willcocks: Unto us is born a son * Woodward: Up! good Christen folk, and listen * Wood: A virgin most pure * Vaughan Williams: Wassail song * Rutter: Wexford carol * Walton: What cheer? * Jacques: When Christ was born * Willcocks: Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing? * Willcocks: While shepherds watched their flocks * Gauntlett/Willcocks: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem