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Oh Come All Ye Faithful

Sheet Music

Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Arranger David Schwoebel
Publisher Choristers Guild
Catalog # CGA1133

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Oh Come All Ye Faithful Arranged by David Schwoebel. For Unison 2 Part. Published by Choristers Guild. (Catalog # CGA1133, UPC: 749193013205)

Regal and majestic, this setting of the timeless carol is reminiscent of English boy choirs and cathedral congregations proclaiming together the joyous news of Christ's birth. Accompanied by an organ and trumpet fanfare, children's voices open the anthem singing the traditional Latin invitation, "Venite adoremus Dominum." Congregations then have the option to join the children on stanza one singing either the Latin or English text. The piece incorporates fresh harmonies throughout and employs an especially delightful accompaniment pattern on stanza two before a climatic modulation propels the anthem to its final stanza, underscored by a powerful free accompaniment and soaring vocal descant.

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