Christmas Duets for All (Holiday Songs from Around the World)
Alto Saxophone (E-flat Saxes & E-flat Clarinets)
Alto Saxophone (E-flat Saxes & E-flat Clarinets). Arranged by William Ryden. Duet or Duo; Mixed Instruments - Flexible Instrumentation. Christmas; Winter. Book. 24 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL9557).
Item Number: AP.EL9557
This collection of 26 holiday songs and carols can be played together in harmony by any number or combination of instruments. Woodwinds, brass, strings, and mallet percussion can have fun playing in like instrument ensembles and get creative with any mixed ensemble. They are also outstanding tools for auditions, sight reading, and learning the art of ensemble playing.
Titles: The Sleep of the Child Jesus * The Angels and the Shepherds * Unto Us Is Born a Son * A Child This Day Is Born * O Come, O Come, Emmanuel * It Came Upon a Midnight Clear * Silent Night * O Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum) * O Sanctissima * I Saw Three Ships * O Come, All Ye Faithful * Tell Us Wisemen * O Little Town of Bethlehem * The Babe in Bethlehem's Manger Laid * Deck the Halls * The New Born Babe * Good King Wenceslas * What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby? * Fum, Fum, Fum! * Hark! What Mean those Holy Voices? * Masters In this Hall * Born Today Is the Child Divine (Il Est Ne) * Rocking * March of the Three Kings * A La Media Noche * PataPan.
- A La Media Noche
- The Angels and the Shepherds
- The Babe in Bethlem's Manger Laid
- Born Today is The Child Divine (Il Est Ne)
- A Child This Day Is born
- Deck the Halls
- Fum, Fum, Fum!
- Good King Wenceslas
- Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices!
- I Saw Three Ships
- It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
- March Of The Three Kings
- Masters in this Hall
- The New born Babe
- O Christmas Tree (Otannenbaum)
- O Come, All Ye Faithful
- O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
- O Little Town of Bethlehem
- O Sanctissima
- Silent Night
- The Sleep of the Child Jesus
- Tell Us Wise Men
- Unto Us Is Born a Son
- What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby?
- O Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum)
- Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices?