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Sweet Little Manger Child

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Robert Macgimsey
Arranger Clark/Moses
Publisher Carl Fischer, Llc
Catalog # CM9292

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Sweet Little Manger Child Composed by Robert Macgimsey. Arranged by Clark/Moses. For SATB. Published by Carl Fischer, Llc. (Catalog # CM9292, UPC: 798408090821)

This understated and tasteful arrangement for the holiday season contains a unique pairing of the African-American spiritual Sweet Little Jesus Boy with one of the most beloved traditional carols, Away in a Manger. Larry Clark, arranger and composer extraordinaire, continues to find creative ways to seamlessly combine well-known Christmas favorites, creating arrangements that sound as if the two songs were always meant to be performed together. Originally scored for band, the choral arrangement for Sweet Little Manger Child can be performed with band or piano accompaniment. You and your students will enjoy learning and performing this stunning arrangement!

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