Christmas Sing-a-Long (arr Ployhar)
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Speak to one of our experts today. Overview Alfred Music's Ultimate Christmas Instrumental Solos series offers a versatile selection of Christmas music for flute, clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, horn in F, trombone, violin, viola, and cello. Although this version was conceived as an accompaniment it works well as a stand-alone piece without the choir.
A section is also included in the instrumental medley Belles at Christmas found higher up on this page. The carol is also available with piano accompaniment see Carols and an instrumental version can be heard in a brass quintet medley of carols called "Belles at Christmas" see above. This medley takes four traditional carols and adds a little modern Christmas spice.
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The parts are not exceptionally hard although 1st Trumpet and Trombone are quite high Trumpet 4 also has a solo role. Taken from Handel's "Messiah" and often performed at Christmas, this glorious piece shows of the sparkling virtuosity of the performers. Strong players are needed, especially on Horn and Trombone 1 doubling the horn part is quite acceptable. This is a showpiece and not an accompaniment for a choir. This version includes an original Fanfare and Descant and harmonisation for all verses. The Fanfare may be played as an introduction or as an interlude before the final verse there is an alternative introduction in this case.
Christmas Sing-a-Long (arr Ployhar) - Wind Repertory Project
Scored for the established 10 piece brass line-up, timpani and cymbals parts are included although not essential. Versions for Wind Band, Brass Quintet and Orchestral Brass are also available but the harmonies differ so do not mix the parts.
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There is also a version in Concert F a tone lower. Although not the traditional key for the Choir it is less of a strech for the brass especially Horn and Trombone 1.
Timpani and Cymbals parts are included although not essential. Versions for Wind Band and Brass Quintet are also available but the harmonies differ so do not mix the parts. This version includes a Fanfare and new descant. Verses 1 and 2 may be sung in traditional Mendelssohn's four part harmony.
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These harmonies will fit even though the brass parts are developed. The final verse should be sung in unison with the optional descant part provided. The Fanfare may be played at the start of the piece, or before the final verse, in which case use the last 2 bars of verse 1 as an introduction. Scored for 3 Trumpets, 4 Horns, 3 Trombones, Euphonium, Tuba and Percussion, the percussion parts are entirely optional, just written for percussionists who are desperate to join in. The Euphonium part is optional, as are the 3rd and 4th Horn parts, although it would be sad to lose the Horns!