John Gardner: The Holly And The Ivy Op.58 No.2

Books | SATB

Composer: John Gardner
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

The popular and well known traditional Christmas Carol by John Gardner in a marvellous and lively setting for equal or mixed voices, 3 or more parts, and Piano accompaniment. This versatile and variable arrangement can be sung by almost any combination of equal or mixed voices, choral or solo and is a real choral treat for any choir, audience and performance.

ISBN: 9780193531543
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 03 September 1964
No of pages: 8
Language: English
Catalogue No: N3154

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        Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 17 reviews

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        The children in my school really enjoy this piece. It's not too difficult and they do actions to the chorus !
        Anonymous - (Ballyclare, United Kingdom)
        Perfect for my mixed choir of varying musical abilities. Definitely lightens the mood of choir practice! Hopefully the congregation will enjoy this upbeat version of the Holy & The Ivy too when we sing it!
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        Junior choirs will love this lively piece, which has a very effective canon in the chorus.
        Anonymous - (York, United Kingdom)
        I love this arrangement of The Holly and the Ivy. It is so cheerful and great fun to listen to. I have never sung it but am hoping to this Christmas!
        Anonymous - (Lutterworth, United Kingdom)
        This item was exactly as described and of good quality. It arrived promptly and the sturdy packaging ensured that it was delivered undamaged.
        Anonymous - (Lincoln, United Kingdom)
        This was a request from my grandson - he wanted to learn the harmonies for Christmas. Arrived promptly and well in time. Many thanks.
        Anonymous - (Watford, United Kingdom)
        This is such a clever version of this Carol and works on many levels. You can have the chorus in a three part canon with descant, or just in canon, with three parts or with two. If your choir isn't up to that you can just have the single melody line. Great tune and fun accompaniment, always enjoyable!
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)