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A Symphony of Carols

A Symphony of Carols

Product Number: RBM-104*

Composer: Bass, Randol Alan

Sku Product Name Price Qty
RBM-104 A Symphony of Carols (Choral Score)
$8.95
RBM-210 A Symphony of Carols (Wind Ensemble Accompaniment)
$150.00
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This arrangement was written for the Dallas Symphony in 1997 and is dedicated to eminent film composer John Williams.

The following six carols are designed to be performed without interruption, and are fashioned in a form resembling that of a four-movement, choral symphony:
Chanticleer (English)
Pat-a-Pan / Fum, Fum, Fum (French/Spanish)
Stille Nacht (Silent Night)/Still, Still, Still) (German/English)
Adeste Fideles (O Come, All Ye Faithful) (Latin/English)

This arrangement has also been voiced for TTTB [RBM-104a] and may be performed using any of the available accompaniments.
The original, full orchestration (3333 / 4331, timp, 3 perc, hp, org, stgs), as well as a reduced orchestration (2121 / 2220, 2 perc, hp, org, stgs) are available for this work on a rental-only basis. The accompaniment has also been transcribed for wind ensemble [RBM-210] by the arranger, this version being available for purchase.

The original, full-orchestral version of this piece appears on the Kodanja Records release A Feast of Carols, conducted by the composer and is available for purchase.

(dur: 12:00")

Additional Information

SKU (Product number) RBM-104*
Available Editions SATB Choral Score, RBM-104
TTBB Choral Score, RBM-104A
Wind Ensemble Accompaniment Score & Parts, RBM-210
Full and Reduced Orchestra score and parts available for rental.
Composer/Arranger Bass, Randol Alan
Voicing & Instruments SATB, [Piano] or [Full or Reduced Orchestra] or [Wind Ensemble]
Liturgical Year Christmas
Historical Period 21st Century
Notable & Recent Performances DCINY- Distinguished Concerts International New York, 2018
Popular Choral Searches Multi-Movement/Large Choral Work
Publisher Randol Bass Music

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