Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine, Duet for Bassoon & Harp
by Traditional German Carol
Bassoon - Digital Sheet Music

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Instrumental Duet Bassoon,Harp,Instrumental Duet - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1160898

Composed by Traditional German Carol. Arranged by Serena O'Meara. Children,Christmas,Holiday,Sacred,Traditional. Score and parts. 12 pages. O'Meara Music #761210. Published by O'Meara Music (A0.1160898).

The hymn tune, “Resonet in Laudibus” (Let Our Praises Resound), is from 14th Century. The first appearance of this song is in a play in 16th Century Leipzig, Germany. Additionally, it is known as “Song of the Crib”. The melody of the Verse without the Refrain, is known as “Christ Was Born on Christmas Day”. Brahms used this melody in an Art Song for Alto & Viola.


Arranged with 3 Verses, this gently rocking lullaby features melody on Harp for the first and third verses.

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