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Caroling Fantasy (SATB Or Ssa)
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Caroling Fantasy (SATB Or Ssa)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Desc Satb Or Ssa
Arranger B Wayne Bisbee
Publisher Santa Barbara Music Publishing
Catalog # SBMP1041

Price: $2.50

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Caroling Fantasy (SATB Or Ssa) Arranged by B Wayne Bisbee. For SATB. Published by Santa Barbara Music Publishing. (Catalog # SBMP1041, UPC: 608938358318)

Composer Bisbee has created a festive and clever medley of "The First Noel," "Sing Nowell," "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," and "Have a Merry Christmas." An aleatoric rendering of the latter greeting leads to the final dramatic phrase: "And a happy new year." Throughout, a sprightly flute part decorates the melodies; the piano adds great rhythmic and harmonic support; the handbells add elegance with their special ring; and the drum and triangle add rhythmic emphasis and sparkle. The versatile arrangement can be sung by treble choirs and/or by mixed voices. This piece is a great choice for concluding a holiday concert, perhaps with more than one choir combining forces.

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