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Pacem Noel
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Pacem Noel

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format String Orchestra
Arranger Larry Clark
Publisher Carl Fischer, Llc
Series Performance
Grade 2
Catalog # YAS86

Price: $50.00

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Product Description

Pacem Noel Arranged by Larry Clark. For String Orchestra. Published by Carl Fischer, Llc. (Catalog # YAS86, UPC: 798408073428)

In your never ending search for fresh approaches to Christmas music, be sure to check this unique blending of Dona Nobis Pacem and The First Noel, loosely translated as Peace for Christmas. The arranger himself admits that although he originally scored it for band, when he redid it for strings it actually worked and sounded a whole lot better! It won't be surprising if it becomes one of the best selling holiday pieces for strings ever - it's that good! Not technically difficult, it modulates from C to G and flows so easily that once the F naturals are conquered and your students get used to following your baton through the Rubato sections it will be performance-ready before you know it. It could even work as a last minute filler for H.S.

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