Jacob B. Weber has arranged six Christmas tunes. These are perfect for use a preludes, and provide different emotions for the season.
Published by Concordia Publishing House, 2013
Difficulty level: Medium
Softbound, 24 Pages
Music for trumpet and organ for the Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany seasons. Each piece includes parts for trumpet in B-flat and C.
This collection by Charles Callahan includes an Advent Prelude, an Advent Postlude, a Christmas Prelude, and a Christmas Postlude. These are based on the hymntunes Conditor alme siderum, Cranham, In dulci jubilo, Veni Emmanuel, Wachet auf, and Yorkshire.
These three gentle pieces are useful for quiet program moments in Christmas church services and recitals. Infant Holy, Infant Lowly; Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head; and Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child are beautifully arranged in this collection of carol lullabies.
This collection of eighteen easy to moderate carols is for organ, chamber organ, harpsichord, or piano. These pieces stand in the tradition of the German "house music" of the 17th century. These settings by J. William Greene will surely be useful for Christmas service music, and registration suggestions are included for each piece.
Compiled by Dennis Eliot, this Christmas Collection is of intermediate difficulty.
Three Advent/Christmas pieces arranged for Brass Quintet and Organ. Arranged for Two Trumpets, Horn in F, Trombone, and Tuba. Beginning difficulty, sure to be a success for all players since the organ will support the instruments nicely throughout.
A compilation of joyous Postludes for the Advent Season. This collection features seven excellent composers/arrangers, and seven great tunes.
Three Christmas Carol Settings for Organ. Includes delightful settings of the tunes Antioch, Mendelssohn, and Go Tell It. Joy to the World opens with a toccata in 34and the melody is the pedal in augmentation. A contrasting soft 'B' section that returns to the energetic opening 'A' section. Hark the Herald Angels Sing is in trio format, with the cantus firmus in the left hand against right hand sixteenth notes and quarter notes in the pedal. Go Tell It on the Mountain is in a syncopated style where even the melody is treated to some jazzy ornamentation.
Choral Fantasy on Old Carols arranged for Organ and Brass Quintet by Craig Garner.
Robert Hobby's arrangement of Joy to the World arranged for Brass Quintet, Timpani, Organ as well as optional Handbells and Cymbals.
Eight Carols for Organ
Click for a complete list of the included Christmas Carol settings, all of moderate difficulty.
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For this Dover edition, Rollin Smith includes both familiar seasonal works and rare Christmas music, such as Duprťís finale to Daquinís NoŽl X and his Variations sur un NoŽl; Karg-Elertís Chorale Improvisation on In Dulci Jubilo, Maleingreauís Sympohnie de NoŽl, etc. Click the headline for titles and to order.
Easy to moderately difficult arrangements of melodies familiar and adventurous in a beautiful edition from Baerenreiter
This Christmas edition of the Sunday Morning Organist includes 26 solo arrangements of classic carols. It also features a wide variety of musical styles by several talented arrangers. Whether you need solo pieces to use as preludes, offertories, or postludes in worship services or holiday programs, this compilation provides a complete resource for your performance needs during the Christmas season.
Compiled by Robert Gower. Thirty-five favorites, including famous arrangements by Sumsion, Purvis, Willcocks, Willan, Lloyd-Webber, Hancock, and many more
All My Heart This Night Rejoices (WARUM SOLLT ICH/ EBELING); He Whom Shepherds Once Came Praising (QUEM PASTORES); I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day (WALTHAM); In the Bleak Midwinter (CRANHAM); The Snow Lay on the Ground (VENITE ADOREMUS).
Pieces in the Romantic Style on the Christmas Carol O du frŲhliche
Joy to the World: Favorite Carols From Many Lands
NEW! This remarkable collection of carols arranged by Jack W. Jones will certainly take you on a holiday trip around the world.