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Carols for Choirs Book 3 - Willcocks / Rutter - SATB

Carols for Choirs Book 3 - Willcocks / Rutter - SATB

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The "Carols for Choirs" series is a classic resource for Christmas choral singing.Beautifully presented and edited by the OUP team in 5 volumes: volume 3, edited by David Willcocks & John Rutter, Oxford University Press, 1978, for SATB (mixed voices).

Volume 3 SATB

All in the morning - Trad. English arr. Vaughan Williams - a capella

Angel tidings - Rutter

Angelus ad Virginem - Trad. 14th c. arr. Willcocks

Babe is born in Bethlehem, A - Trad. German arr. Schein - a capella

Babe is born, A - Mathias

Bethlehem, of noblest cities [Psalmodia Sacra 1715] - arr. Willcocks - a capella

Birthday carol - Willcocks

Boar's head carol - Trad. English arr. Willcocks - a capella

Child in a manger {Morning has Broken} - Trad. Scottish arr. Rutter

Child this day is born, A - Trad. English arr. Willcocks - a capella

Christ was born on Christmas Day - Trad. German arr. Willcocks - a capella

Christe, redemptor omnium - Monteverdi - Latin text only

Christmas Oratorio: Ah! dearest Jesu & With all thy hosts – Bach, J.S.

Come all you worthy gentlemen - Trad. English arr. Willcocks - a capella

Come, rock the cradle for him [Psalteriolum Harmonicum 1642] - a capella

Cradle song - Trad. Flemish arr. Rutter - a capella

Crown of roses, The (Legend) - Tchaikovsky - a capella

Deck the hall (Nos Galan) - Trad. Welsh arr. Willcocks - a capella

Donkey carol - Rutter

Earth has many a noble city

Flemish carol - Trad. Flemish arr. Rutter

Gabriel's message - Trad. Basque arr. Willcocks - a capella

Hark! the herald angels sing - Mendelssohn arr. Cummings - a capella

He smiles within his cradle - Trad. Austrian arr. Willcocks - a capella

Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber - Trad. French arr. Willcocks - a capella

I saw three ships - Trad. English arr. Rutter

Il est né le divin enfant - Trad. French arr. Willcocks - a capella

In dulci jubilo - Trad. German arr. Rutter

In the bleak mid-winter - Holst - a capella

Jesus Child - Rutter

King Herod and the cock - Walton

King Jesus hath a garden - Trad. Dutch arr. Rutter

Kings of orient - Hopkins arr. Willcocks - a capella

Lo! he comes with clouds descending - Anon. English arr. Willcocks

O come, all ye faithful - Wade (attrib.) - a capella

O little town of Bethlehem (2 versions) - Davies, Walford - a capella & accompanied versions

Omnis mundus jocundetur / Earth this glad day rejoices [Musae Sioniae 1607] - Praetorius - a capella

Once, as I remember - Trad. Italian arr. Wood - a capella

Psallite unigenito [Musae Sioniae 1607] - Praetorius - a capella - Latin text only

Salve puerule / Welcome, thou Holy Child [In Nativitatem Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Canticum] - Charpentier arr Rutter

Shepherds, in the field abiding - Trad. French arr. Willcocks - a capella

Silent night / Stille Nacht - Gruber arr. Cashmore - a capella

Sing we to this merry company - Anon. English 15th c. arr. Stevens - a capella

Star carol - Rutter

Sunny bank - Hurford

Susanni [5 Carols] - Bennett, Richard Rodney - a capella

There is no rose [Ceremony of Carols, A] - Britten

This joyful Eastertide - Trad. Dutch arr. Wood - a capella

Tryste Noel - Howells

Wexford Carol - Trad. Irish arr. Rutter - a capella

What child is this? {Greensleeves} - Trad. English arr. Willcocks

What sweeter music - Bennett, Richard Rodney - a capella

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