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Benjamin Britten: A Ceremony Of Carols Op.28~ Vocal Score (Choral, Piano Accompaniment, SSA, Harp)

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Available here is the score for Britten's A Ceremony of Carols Op.28, for SSA Choir with Harp or Piano accompaniment.

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Benjamin Britten: A Ceremony Of Carols Op.28 (SATB)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Piano Accompaniment, Harp)

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Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols is certainly one of the most popular choral works for Christmas time. English and German text.

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Francis Pott: That Yonge Child~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment, Soprano)

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The setting of an anonymous medieval text for solo Soprano and SATB chorus, by Francis Pott. The piece includes full Organ accompaniment.

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Benjamin Britten: A Ceremony Of Carols (Harp Part)~ Instrumental Work (Harp)

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This is an unusual setting for treble voices and harp. The words of the carols are largely the product of mostly anonymous 15th and 16th century writers.


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