Selected from the 15th through 18th centuries, these Eight Early English Carols are not often heard today, but indicate the rich tradition of Christmas carols in English musical history. Sure to make a great addition to your holiday gig repertoire, they are arranged here for string trio. Each piece is short, but may be repeated (as a sung carol would be) to your group's liking. Many of the carols are modal, and some employ multiple time signatures, but otherwise the arrangements are very accessible and could be played by beginning and intermediate players with little difficulty.
Contains a score and parts for violin, viola, and cello. Transcribed and edited by Graham Bastable. Published by the International Music Company.
1. As I Rode Out the Other Night (The Coventry Shepherd's Carol) - 16th Century 2. Alleluya: A New Work is Come on Hand - 15th Century 3. Nowell: Out of Your Sleep Arise - 15th Century 4. Lully, Lulla (The Coventry Carol) - 16th Century 5. Remember, O Thou Man - attributed to Thomas Ravenscroft (c. 1582 - c. 1635) 6. Marvel Not, Joseph - 15th Century 7. Sweet Was the Song the Virgin Sang - 16th Century (arranged by Thomas Hammond, d. 1662) 8. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night - John Foster (1752-1822)
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