John Rutter: Nativity Carol (Unison)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Unison Voice, Piano Accompaniment, Recorder, Descant Recorder, Percussion (Optional) (UNIS/REC/DESC REC/PERC/PFA)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Composer: John Rutter
Series: Oxford Carols
Catalogue #: R2054
ISBN: 9780193420540
This Item Earns 3 Musicroom Points

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A beautifully tranquil Christmas carol for unison voices with a reduced piano accompaniment. Words and music by John Rutter, with optional parts for recorders and tuned percussion.



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Nativity Carol

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Customer Rating Excellent choice for a small inexperienced church "choir" who are unable to cope with part singing but wanted to sing something more than a usual carol.
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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 09/09/1976
Format: Vocal Score
Length: 4 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Kenneth Pont

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