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Canadian Christmas

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Concert Band
Arranger Vince Gassi
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Series Young Band
Grade 2
Catalog # 38341

Price: $62.00

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Canadian Christmas Arranged by Vince Gassi. For Concert Band. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 38341, UPC: 038081436494)

Add a touch of Canada to your next holiday concert! A Canadian Christmas features carols that have been traditionally sung in Canada for many years. It opens with the joyous strains of Il Est N Le Divin Enfant (He is Born, The Divine Child) and continues with the plaintive and modal No l Nouvelet (Sing We Now of Christmas). The Huron Carol ('Twas In the Moon of Wintertime) is then presented with remnants of No l Nouvelet cleverly woven in. The dramatic conclusion develops brief dialogue between Good King Wenceslas and Il Est N Le Divin Enfant that brings the work to an exuberant and powerful close.

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