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Christmas Reflections - Score

by Robert Frost

Christmas Reflections - Score

Christmas Reflections is an arrangement of three Christmas carols. The first carol, The Friendly Beasts, is a traditional English carol. It is based on an old belief that farm animals receive the gift of speech at midnight on Christmas eve.  The second carol is a traditional carol from Austria. As Lately We Watched is a description of the nativity scene as observed by shepherds guarding their flocks. The third carol in the arrangement, O Come Little Children, was written by German composer, J. A. P. Schulz (1747-1800). Schulz studied music in Berlin and was a prolific composer of sacred vocal music. He also composed operettas, instrumental works, and various piano pieces. The carol is an invitation for all people, especially children, to visit the nativity.

Product Details:

Media: Music Books
Level or Grade: 1
Instrumentation: String Orchestra

Edition Number: SO76F / Price: $5.00


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