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Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, Harp I
Harp, Harp duet, Harp Ensemble, Chamber, Small Ensemble - Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Traditional French Carol. Arranged by Serena O’Meara. Baroque Period, Christian, Sacred, European, Christmas. Individual Part. 5 pages. Published by O'Meara Music (S0.763713).
Item Number: S0.763713
A beautiful, flowing Carol from 17th Century France arrangedwith 3 verses. The lyrics tell of the two shepherdesses who discovered thestable with the baby Jesus and his mother. They joyfully run to tell thevillagers the news. This arrangement allows harpists to create a most soothingsound as for the sleeping baby.It is in the key of G. The melody is divided evenly between parts. Dynamicsare clearly marked. There are tolling of bells within the introduction,interlude and ending.
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